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Religion, education and governance in the Middle East : between tradition and modernity

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Global interdisciplinary studies series, Ashgate, Farnham, Surrey ; Burlington, VT, p.217 (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb LC910.3 .R45 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9801250

Keywords:

Islam and politics--Middle East, Islamic education--Political aspects--Middle East

Abstract:

Contents: List of Contributors -- Introduction / Sai Felicia Krishna-Hensel -- 1. Global Governance, Islamism, and Authority in the Middle East / Alise Coen -- 2. Modernity, Islam and Religious Activism / Deina Abdelkader -- 3. The Interrelated Dynamics of Culture, Religion and Nation in the United Arab Emirates / Vania Carvalho Pinto -- 4. Lebanon's Quest for Independence: Between Fragmentation, Political Instability and Foreign Intervention / Benedetta Berti -- 5. Challenging the Hashemites: Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic Action Front in Jordan / Kürsad Turan -- 6. The Micro-foundations of Religious Party Moderation: Religious Party Supporters and Ideological Changes / Sultan Tepe -- 7. Politics of Religious Education in Turkey / Yusuf Sarfati -- 8. Uncertainty in the Governance Processes: Political Economy of Biosafety Policies in Turkey / Ebru Tekin -- Epilogue

Publication Language:

eng