Youth and Education in the Middle East: Assessing the Performance and Practice of Urban Environments (Library of Modern Middle East Studies Book 177) (English Edition) por Daniele Cantini

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Youth and Education in the Middle East: Assessing the Performance and Practice of Urban Environments (Library of Modern Middle East Studies Book 177) (English Edition) por Daniele Cantini

Titulo del libro: Youth and Education in the Middle East: Assessing the Performance and Practice of Urban Environments (Library of Modern Middle East Studies Book 177) (English Edition)

Autor: Daniele Cantini

Número de páginas: 240 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: January 27, 2016

Editor: I.B.Tauris

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The uprisings that were seen throughout the Middle East during 2010 and 2011, make it difficult to over-state the role of educated youth in the region’s politics. Daniele Cantini combines an analysis of young people in Jordan, of its relevance and of its perceived crisis, with one which looks at education and the pursuit of knowledge. He thereby highlights the unprecedented rise in youth population and the growth in institutions of higher learning as a way to explore and explain the challenges Arab-majority societies are currently facing. It proposes an understanding of the university as an institution integral to the survival of the regime, discusses its fragile reforms, and crucial in the formation of young people’s social and political identities. Youth and Education in the Middle East, offers vital first-hand accounts of the role of educational institutions and the impact they have in shaping transnational and local constituencies as well as in the micropolitics of everyday life.