Often, being woman is used to provide the visible and invisible characteristics for a community or nation. In Tunisia, for instance, pro- independence leaders who argued for a Tunisian national identity that is distinct from colonial French identity, used womanâ€™s dress code and behavior to argue for an independent Tunisia. After independence, these same leaders used women again, to give Tunisia a new identity. In this sense, being woman represented the collectiveâ€“culturally, religiously, politically, etc. Provide other examples where being a woman was used for cultural, political, legal, economic, and/or ideological purposes. To underscore the pervasiveness of this pattern, you should reference cases from different communities and different countries and different times, not just women in modern Muslim country or community. For example, you may want to consider if women in American are in some ways used to represent â€œAmerican cultureâ€ and contrast that to the way women are used to represent â€œIslamic cultureâ€ in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iran, and/or Tunisia. Consider this topic in ten (10), double spaced pages, written in Times New Roman 12 point font. This does NOT include your bibliography, or any other supplemental information like graphs, charts, etc. You must use a minimum of five scholarly sources to make your argument, including scholarly publications, books, academic journals, primary sources (constitutions, case laws, letters, press releases, official documents), interviews, etc. Please keep your use of internet sources to a minimum. You must define key concepts, explain the functions of key concepts, and provided reasoned analysis and critique. The best papers will provide an original argument, concise analysis, clear prose, and a clear comprehension of the material, amongst other things.