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Language and identity in the Middle East and North Africa

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Published by Curzon Press in Richmond, Surrey, UK .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middle East,
  • Africa, North,
  • Middle East.,
  • Africa, North.
    • Subjects:
    • Anthropological linguistics -- Middle East,
    • Anthropological linguistics -- Africa, North,
    • Sociolinguistics -- Middle East,
    • Sociolinguistics -- Africa, North,
    • Ethnicity -- Middle East,
    • Ethnicity -- Africa, North,
    • Nationalism -- Middle East,
    • Nationalism -- Africa, North,
    • Middle East -- Languages -- Political aspects,
    • Africa, North -- Languages -- Political aspects

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Yasir Suleiman.
      ContributionsSuleiman, Yasir.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsP35.5.M628 L36 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination192 p. :
      Number of Pages192
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL594915M
      ISBN 100700704108
      LC Control Number96186971

      Get this from a library! State formation and identity in the Middle East and North Africa. [Kenneth Christie;] -- For states in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia, the "Arab Spring" has had different implications and consequences, stemming from the politics of identity . Moha Ennaji (موحى الناجي); born 1 January ) is a Moroccan linguist, author, political critic, and civil society is a university professor in the Department of English Language and Literature at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University at Fes, where he has worked for over 30 addition to his publications in linguistics, he has written on language, education.

      The question of identity in relation to language has hardly been dealt with in the Middle East and North Africa, in spite of the centrality of these issues to a variety of scholarly debates concerning this strategically important part of the world. The book seeks to cover a variety of. This volume offers insights on English language education policies in Middle Eastern and North African countries, through state-of-the-art reports giving clear assessments of current policies and futu.

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This book focuses on how these factors interact with globalization and affect state formation. This edited collection examines a range of English Language Teaching (ELT) research in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

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Language and Society in the Middle East and North Africa. Linguistic and cultural identity, language as a token and as a marker of cultural or national unity are themes which have grown in visibility in the postcolonial era. This preoccupation is not a novelty: it had, for.

LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA: STUDIES IN VARIATION AND IDENTITY. Edited by YASIR SULEIMAN.

Richmond, Curzon, pp. It is always a delight to read Yasir Suleiman's scholarly work. This book is his third volume in the Curzon's series of collections dealing with the role of language in society.

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Language, Memory, and Identity in the Middle East proposes a new reading of modern Middle Eastern history and suggests alternate solutions to the region's problems. The book is an attempt to rehabilitate and bring back to the fore of Middle East Studies the issue of language as a key factor in shaping (and misshaping) the region, with the hope Reviews: 3.

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The text includes papers on Arabic, Hebrew and Turkish in relation to variation, identity, gender, code-switching and politico-linguistics.The aim of the book is to encourage discussion on how the English language may (or may not) be challenging perceptions of culture and identity in peoples and groups of the Middle East and North Africa Region and in the UK.