Repressed Identity - Center Domination and Identity Fragmentation


  • Prof.Dr. Aqeel Abdul Hussein Basra University / College of Arts - Department of Arabic Language
  • Maher Hameed Abd Basra University / College of Arts - Department of Arabic Language



identity, ideology, oppression, violence, domination


The researcher in the issue of identity and its representations in the ancient Arab narrative, especially in the third Abbasid era, faces many problems. As a result of the great transformations witnessed in this era that affected the nature of public order, and changed the course of the political, social, and cultural history of the society due to the authority and its practices, which negatively affected identity, which led to the identification of identities at times, and their disappearance at other times, and as a result became more blurry From its predecessor, as well as national and sectarian conflicts that resulted in the emergence of conflicting political, religious, and cultural discourses among themselves in order to seize power and impose hegemony on the different social classes. These conflicts directly contributed to the reproduction of power and identity according to the ideological formation of the discourse system. Be it political, religious or cultural .                                     


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How to Cite

Abdul Hussein, A., and M. Abd. “Repressed Identity - Center Domination and Identity Fragmentation”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 55, Mar. 2023, pp. 414-26, doi:10.36317/kaj/2023/v1.i55.11230.