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Trajectories of education in the Arab world

Trajectories of education in the Arab world

legacies and challenges

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education -- Arab countries

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Osama Abi-Mershed.
    SeriesRoutledge advances in Middle East and Islamic studies -- 17
    ContributionsAbi-Mershed, Osama., Georgetown University. Center for Contemporary Arab Studies.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA1491 .T73 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23164586M
    ISBN 109780415485128, 9780203873755
    LC Control Number2009003570

    Relying on freshly drawn maps of Mosul overlaid on Google imagery, Dawood documented the complexities of the battle for each block of the city as he spoke. The chapters then focus on the role of modern state-based educational systems in constructing and preserving national identities, cultures, and citizenries and concentrates on the role of education in state-formation and the reproduction of socio-political hierarchies. In dealing with Daesh there may be no military solution, but the implication that there is a diplomatic path forward is also fraught with uncertainty. Of critical importance, Pickering said, is development and acceptance of an agreed vision of a long-term solution, which is essential if short-term steps are to lead down a meaningful pathway. There are, however, significant differences between universities; for example, a handful of universities in the Persian Gulf countries are designated for a single gender male-only or female-onlyand so female enrollment ranges from zero male-only to percent female-only. They get swept up in momentums that have no central authority and that, nonetheless, exercise a sweeping influence on those caught up in their tides.

    The study evaluates six dimensions of higher education in these countries: institutional characteristics i. The Universities in Bahrain are unable to make it to the top places in Arab World. Nikolay Plotnikov Institute of Oriental Studies expressed concern over the deepening of the water crisis throughout the Middle East. He was arguing against global elites who sometimes refuse to acknowledge the power of culture at all.

    Women in the Arab world may still be denied equality of opportunityalthough their disempowerment is a critical factor crippling the markets of the Arab nations to return to the first pitch of global leaders in star commerce, teenage learning and pop culture, according to a new United States -sponsored report in All of them are fast growing, owned by business houses, focus on local students and are affiliated with western universities in some way. For most of the past few decades, people in Arab nations were living under regimes that rule by fear. There are, however, significant differences between universities; for example, a handful of universities in the Persian Gulf countries are designated for a single gender male-only or female-onlyand so female enrollment ranges from zero male-only to percent female-only. It offers a fresh perspective on the historic and current issues facing education in the Arab world. In some ways, each of us is like every person on earth; in some ways, each of us is like the members of our culture and group; and, in some ways, each of us is unique.


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The researchers identified Morocco and Lebanon as the countries with the highest level of gender equity in terms of enrollment and co-education.

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The chapters then focus on the role of modern state-based educational systems in constructing and preserving national identities, cultures, and citizenries and concentrates on the role of education in state-formation and the reproduction of socio-political hierarchies.

New York: Routledge, The contributors bring together analyses and case studies of educational standards and structures in the Arab world, from the classical Islamic period to contemporary local and international efforts to re-define the changing needs and purposes of Arab education in the contexts of modernization, multiculturalism, and globalization.

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Political leaders in Arab states of the Persian Gulf are utilizing specialized "Western" universities to compete with local institutions and fill the gaps in their educational programs. The success of educational reforms and policy-making is then assessed, offering perspectives on future trends and prospects for generating institutional and organizational change.

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World-wide economic and social variations must be considered to explain rejection of liberal values and the nation, Roche contended, while material variables explain adverse contacts with authorities and justification of violence.

For example, in the East African context, both Seesemann this volume and Loimeier this volume highlight how Muslim coastal communities participated in patterns of intellectual exchange with the wider Muslim world and how British colonialism affected trajectories of Islamic education in Kenya and Zanzibar.

The educational domain has become a site for political, socioeconomic, and cultural struggle, and a domain for the definition of local histories. Some countries have proposed — and to various degrees, enacted — policies to increase the amount of instruction in Arabic.

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