In the book Veiled Sentiments, anthropologist Lila Abu-Laughed asks how the Awl adAli recruit members of society to participate in their system of honor and modesty. How does this participation create distinct limitations and opportunities for men and women?

How do these ideologies persuade members to enact and embody their shared rules?

In your 750-word essay, answer these question using theoretical analyses of gender and sexuality from both class lectures and Veiled Sentiments. In your essay, give specific examples from the book.