6 edition of Social forces in the Middle East. found in the catalog.
Social forces in the Middle East.
Sydney Nettleton Fisher
|Statement||[Papers presented at a conference sponsored by the Committee on the Near and Middle East of the Social Science Research Council]|
|Contributions||Social Science Research Council (U.S.). Committee on the Near and Middle East.|
|LC Classifications||HN660.8 .F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||55003448|
The armed forces have long been one of the Middle East’s most important institutions. The region’s armies have frequently seized political power and have always had a powerful influence on government policy. Every country in the region devotes a relatively large proportion of its resources for arms purchases and military spending. The high level of. On 11 June , Hitler and the supreme commander of the armed forces issued Directive No. Exploitation of the Arab Freedom Movement. The situation of the English in the Middle East will be rendered more precarious, in the event of major German operations, if more British forces are tied down at the right moment by civil commotion or revolt.
Middle East Command, later Middle East Land Forces, was a British Army Command established prior to the Second World War in primary role was to command British land forces and co-ordinate with the relevant naval and air commands to defend British interests in the Middle East and eastern Mediterranean : British Army. Few areas of the world have been as profoundly shaped by war as the Middle East in the twentieth century. Despite the prominence of war-making in this region, there has been surprisingly little research investigating the effects of war as a social and political process in the Middle by:
The Chinese President stressed that the Middle East is a region of great influence in the world. Without stability and development here, peace and prosperity in the world will be impossible. A harmonious Middle East is in the long-term interests of people in the region and the rest of the world. (Source: Shaoxian and Zhichao, ). Resources And Capabilities. U.S. Forces In The Middle East. DOI link for U.S. Forces In The Middle East. U.S. Forces In The Middle East book. Resources And Capabilities. By Anthony H Cordesman. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 14 March Cited by: 2.
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Social Forces in the Middle East [Fisher, Sydney Nettleton, Ed.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Social Forces in the Middle East. Social forces in the Middle East. Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press  (OCoLC) Online version: Fisher, Sydney Nettleton, Social forces in the Middle East.
Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sydney Nettleton Fisher; Social Science Research. Table of Contents. A General Overview of the Status of Social Work in the Middle East, Hussein Soliman 2.
Islam and Social Work, Hussein Soliman & Ali Zidan 3. Social Work and Services to the Elderly Population: Egypt, Ahmed Awad 4. The Role of the Political Conflict in Shaping Social Services: Palestine, Wahiba Abu-Ras & Mohammed (Ziad) Farag 5.
An Outlook on Services to Children: Jordan. Get this from a library. Social forces in the Middle East. [Papers presented at a conference sponsored by the Committee on the Near and Middle East of the Social Science Research Council].
[Sydney Nettleton Fisher; Social Science Research Council. Committee on the Near and Middle East.]. This book provides political and economic perspectives on social policy and its evolution in the Middle East and North Africa.
Chapters on Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey analyse its origins in populist or modernizing state activities, its decline in the era of neoliberalism and prospects for its renewal in a democratizing and. The book’s chapters cover the drivers of these trends such as the Arab Spring, militant Islam and al Qaida post-Usama bin Laden, the rise of ISIS, the Iranian-Arab power struggle, the war in Syria, the future of the monarchic regimes, the failure of the West to influence developments in the Middle East, the rise of the Internet as a major regional force for change, and future trends in the /5(74).
This article introduces and reviews critically the main regional and subregional institutions currently operating in the Middle East. After presenting some analytical perspectives that shed light on the weakness of regional institutions in the Middle East, it presents the main institutional features of six regional, subregional, or “hybrid” organizations (including the Arab League, the Cited by: 1.
Economic hardship, social exclusion, and anger over government corruption were the driving factors of protests in Egypt, where more than people were killed.
In Tunisia, decades of autocratic rule combined with widespread poverty led to a tide wave of protest, leaving people dead in its wake. Crisis and Conflict in the Middle East: A Reading List In his most recent book veteran Middle East expert Charles Glass combines reportage, analysis and history to provide an accessible overview of the origins and permutations defining the conflict, situating it clearly in the overall crisis of the region.
Protest, and Social Change in. This new textbook explores the societies and populations of the Middle East and North Africa. Presenting original chapters written by the world’s leading Middle East scholars, it analyzes the social fabric of the region’s varied countries to uncover the organizing structures, human vulnerabilities, and dynamic forces that shape everyday : Paperback.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Inside the Middle East: Making Sense of the Most Dangerous and Complicated Region on Earth/5(). The Middle East is a transcontinental region which generally includes Western Asia (except for Transcaucasia) and all of Egypt (mostly in North Africa), Turkey (partly in Europe), and Iran (a part of South Asia per the UN geoscheme).The term has come into wider usage as a replacement of the term Near East (as opposed to the Far East) beginning in the early 20th ent territories: Akrotiri and Dhekelia.
Book Description. This new textbook explores the societies and populations of the Middle East and North Africa. Presenting original chapters written by the world’s leading Middle East scholars, it analyzes the social fabric of the region’s varied countries to uncover the organizing structures, human vulnerabilities, and dynamic forces that shape everyday lives.
Extrait de la préface: "The subject of this study is social change in the Middle East, North Africa, and Afghanistan ; its impact on women's legal status and social positions ; and women's varied responses to, and involvment in, change processes.
It also deals with constructions of gender during periods of social and political change. Social change is usually described in terms of.
For over two decades, the international consensus for peace in the Middle East has involved the withdrawal of Israeli forces to within internationally recognized boundaries in return for security guarantees from Israel’s neighbors, the establishment of a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza, and some special status for a shared Jerusalem.
The data on GDP growth in states in the Middle East is indicative in this regard. Over the past 10 years in Turkey, GDP has increased by 27%, in Saudi Arabia by 55%, in Iran by 20%, in UAE by 35%, in Egypt by %, in Iraq by 93%, in Oman by 58%, in Lebanon by 93%, and in Jordan by %.Author: Veniamin Popov.
On Wednesday, a convoy led by U.S. Army soldiers was stopped at a Syrian army checkpoint east of the city of Qamishli. Middle [email protected] Following the patterns set by our highly-successful '[email protected]' series; 'Middle [email protected]' replicates the same format: concise, inclusive studies, rare images and high quality artwork providing new insights of both well-known and more esoteric aspects of armed conflict in this part of the World since LONGLISTED FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD • A searing reassessment of U.S.
military policy in the Middle East over the past four decades from retired army colonel and New York Times bestselling author Andrew J. Bacevich From the end of World War II untilvirtually no American soldiers were killed in action while serving in the Greater Middle by: 6.
ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: A general overview of the status of social work in the Middle East / Hussein Soliman --Islam and social work / Hussein Soliman and Ali Zidan --Social work and services to the elderly population: Egypt / Ahmed Awad --The role of the political conflict in shaping social services: Palestine.
The four volumes in our cultural sociology reference encyclopedia take a step forward in this endeavor by presenting concise information on those regions likely to be most "foreign" to U.S. students: the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. The intent is to convey what daily life .This book examines some of the driving forces of change in the Middle East and aims to provide a regional outlook.
The political and social events of the past years have significantly affected the regional structure across the Middle East, evident in socio-economic systems, security framework and the balance of power across the area.The Politics of Social Change in the Middle East and North Africa Author: Manfred Halpern Subject: An attempt to analyze the cause and character of a profound revolution taking place from Morocco to Pakistan.
Examines the forces, groups, ideas, and institutions now in motion.