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Democratization and citizenship discourses in the Mena region
Stockholm University, Faculty of Social Sciences.
2013 (English)Book (Other academic)
Abstract [en]

This edited volume is the result of a series of workshops, organized within the framework of the Swedish Research Links Programme (MENA). It includes chapters by scholars with expertise in fields related to democratization, citizenship, and good governance.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Istanbul, Turkey: Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul , 2013, 1. , 195 p.
, Papers / Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul, ISSN 1653-0578 ; 4
Keyword [en]
Arab Spring, citizenship, human rights, diaspora, education
National Category
Social Sciences
URN: urn:nbn:se:su:diva-102038ISBN: 9789197881319OAI: diva2:707319

Table of contents:

Foreword – Arne Jarrick and Marianne Boqvist

Chapter 1: Introduction - Michele Micheletti

Chapter 2:  From Rhetoric to Revolution: The Role of Human Rights in the Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions

Chapter 3: The Post-Revolutionary Tunisian Subject: Citizen or Believer?  - Nejet Mchala

Chapter 4: Citizenship in Iraq: Prospects for a Cross-Ethnic Polity - Renad Mansour

Chapter 5:  Barriers to Democratization: A Behavioral Perspective” R. Kent Weaver & Judy Barsalou

Chapter 6: End of Exile: Returning Diaspora Members and Political Leadership in the Arab World - Emma Lundgren Jörum

Chapter 7: Citizenship and the Pedagogical State in Turkey - Tuba Kanci

Chapter 8: Walking the Tightrope: The Case of Swedish Civics Education - Johan Sandahl

Chapter 9:  Learning and Teaching Citizenship - Michele Micheletti

10. Contributors

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