4 edition of Education in the Arab Gulf states and the Arab world found in the catalog.
|Series||Garland reference library of social science ;, vol. 689., Reference books in international education ;, vol. 17, Garland reference library of social science ;, v. 689., Garland reference library of social science., vol. 17.|
|LC Classifications||Z5815.A69 E4 1992, LA1496 E4 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 572 p. :|
|Number of Pages||572|
|LC Control Number||91021261|
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The Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS) is an intergovernmental regional organization working within its seven member states, (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Yemen, Kuwait, Sultanate of Oman and Qatar), to promote cooperation and coordination in the fields of culture, education, science, information and documentation.
This annotated guide of English-language material on education in the Arab world includes books, journal articles, national and international reports and documents and Ph.D.
dissertations. The author opens with an introductory essay on the development of education in the Arab Gulf states and an analysis of current issues in educational research. Get this from a library. Education in the Arab Gulf states and the Arab world: an annotated bibliographic guide.
[Nagat El-Sanabary]. The book introduces the development of science education in the Arab Gulf states and presents a critical analysis of current issues and concerns in educational research in science education.
The key p. About Education in the Arab World. Education in the Arab World is a critical reference guide to development of education in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates and chapters, written by local experts, provide an overview of the education system in each.
Globalisation and Higher Education in the Arab Gulf States paperback pages, £ ISBN Not in any seriesCited by: The Arab world is a predominant part of the globe and holds a distinctive position. The Arab world comprises of many independent and powerful regions including countries like Egypt, Qatar, Oman, Muscat, Jordan, Tunisia, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Morocco, Bahrain, Lebanon and several others.
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24 rows Education is something that takes place in the Arab World where there is a tradition for. This book is a 1,item bibliography of English-language literature published between and on education in the Arab Gulf States and the Arab world as well as general works on the Arab countries as a whole.
The first chapter provides an introduction and discussion of major issues in various areas. The literature citations are grouped in six parts and 23 by: 2. Issues in English Education in the Arab World This book first published centrality to higher education in the Arab Gulf.
As Hopkyns describes, English is often employed across the Arab world as a high stakes gatekeeper of educational and social success in. Higher Education in the Arab world is non-compulsory, formal education that occurs after secondary education in the twenty-two Arab states.
The Arab world is home to one of the oldest universities in the world, Al-Azhar University, established in the tenth century C.E. in lly founded as a center for men to study Islamic law and theology, Al-Azhar now offers many academic. Science Education in the Arab Gulf States Visions, Sociocultural Contexts and Challenges Series: Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Science Education, Volume: 12/4; Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Science Education: Distinguished Contributors, Volume: 12/4.
In the Arab States, globalization and economic development have had a significant effect on education. Serious concerns have been expressed over the state of education in the Arab world.
Even in the oil-rich Gulf States, with over higher education institutions, education is problematic with a notable lack of emphasis on specialized science.
The book provides superior introductory information about the higher education sector in the region, about key issues and how the sector is changing to cope with what is going around the world.
The book is worth a read because it insights onto the complexities faced by the higher education sector globally and the impact on the Arab Gulf States. fast facts Business Summary Provides courses in coordination, cooperation and integration among arab gulf states in the fields of education, culture and science; creates an educational system for all members gulf states.
Through its main subsidiaries; it provides courses in arabic language. Country of Incorporation Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Government Established In Primary Sector. Get this from a library. Globalisation and higher education in the Arab Gulf states.
[Gari Donn; Yahya Al Manthri] -- In our knowledge-based world, the societies that prosper are the ones that generate knowledge - through research, through the interwoven relationship between the academe and funded research bodies. مكتب التربية العربي لدول الخليج. ٧٠٥٤ عمر بن أمية الضمري - السفارات.
الرياض ١٢٥١١ - ٣١١٣. In our knowledge-based world, the societies that prosper are the ones that generate knowledge--through research, through the interwoven relationship between the academe and funded research bodies and with industry.
They are the new "centre". It is strange indeed to think of the countries of the Arab Gulf States as the "periphery". But, as the authors of this book argue very persuasively, by Cited by: Science Education in the Arab Gulf States Visions, Sociocultural Contexts and Challenges Series: Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Science Education, Volume: 12/4; Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Science Education: Distinguished Contributors, Volume: 12/4Cited by: 4.
Education for All Regional Report for the Arab States 5 Introduction Education stands at a critical juncture in the Arab States – more than three years after the eruption of the Arab Spring sparked by young people of the region, and one year before theFile Size: 1MB.
Arab world is a vast area encompassing many diverse cultural phenomena,and readers are advised to consult reference books on individual countries of interest to supplement the more generic information contained here. * Readers who wish to enquire about this paper should telephone:+XX XXXX (S) The Arab World: An Introduction To Cultural File Size: KB.
The book is composed of three major sections. The first section is a collection of nine papers on current practices and challenges in education in the Arab world.
The second major section is devoted to the educational reforms that are being implemented in the Arabian Gulf. The third and final section is a collection of papers describing new Format: Paperback. It vividly imagines a near future in which the world has been transformed by climate change.
In the United States, the South has refused a ban on fossil fuels, igniting a civil war. An ascendant Arab world has unified—after a fifth, finally successful, revolution—and is interfering in the American : Ursula Lindsey.
The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Activities in the Arab World and the West: Consultant for the Arab Bureau for Education in the Gulf, the King Faisal Research Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the Children’s Culture House in Baghdad, Iraq, and the Heritage Center of the Arab Gulf States in Doha, Qatar.
UNESCO expert on Children’s Television and Theater in Qatar from 4 | The Arab World’s Education Report Card: School Climate and Citizenship Skills Therefore, prior to recommending a new citizenship education program in a specific Arab country, it is essential to study the school climate in that country.
School climate data are vital File Size: 2MB. The Arab Educational Information Network (Shamaa) is an online database that documents academic research produced in Arab countries about education and makes it publicly available. The network, which was founded in under the leadership of the Lebanese Association for Educational Studies, provides free access to its database in Arabic, English and French for researchers and those Author: Rasha Faek.
Obesity Prevention in the Arab Gulf States. The six Arab Gulf states are among the countries that have very high levels of obesity and overweight individuals. Around 30% or more of the population in these countries is obese (>or = to 30 kg/m 2), and more than 60% have a weight range higher than normal (>or = Cited by: 1.
The book, which will be a collection of winning works by successful journalists in the Arab world from the past four editions of the award, will be exclusively available for media students at the.
Alainna Liloia is a student in Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the University of Arizona. She researches gender and politics in the Arab Gulf states, and she has written both academic and popular articles about women’s issues in the Arab world.
Rafiah Altalei. PhD Candidate, Qatar University. The future of OPEC is discussed in the context of the state of the world oil market. Other chapters consider the lessons that have been drawn by the Arab Gulf oil producers and throughout the book there is comparison with the experience of Canada providing a number of important insights into the operation of the world oil industry.
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Book Description. This thought-provoking study measures and critically examines the effects that an averageÂ population growth rate of % could have on the development of the Arab Gulf States.Â ItÂ questions the ability of Gulf governments toÂ continue providing relatively high standards ofÂ education, health and employment under conditions of rapid population growth, an undiversified.
"Toby Matthiesen's Sectarian Gulf: Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the Arab Spring That Wasn't is an important book. It serves as both an eyewitness account to the initial phase of the Arab Spring, as demands for reform cascaded across parts of the Gulf states, and an analysis of how and why the regional counterrevolution succeeded in isolating and fracturing the burgeoning protest movements/5(10).
4- The cost of a university student in the Arab world is about $ a year and it might reach $ in some countries. In the Gulf countries, the student’s cost is between dollars. 5- The proportion of expenditure on university education in the Arab world is.
Sharjah, perhaps kicking off this eastwardly gravitational shift, became the first Gulf city to be designated the "Cultural Capital of the Arab World" by UNESCO inthe very same year the emirate inaugurated the reputable American University of Sharjah. Sharjah also hosts a prestigious art biennial, book fair and more than 20 museums of various : Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi.
The report, Progress and Tradition in the Gulf Cooperation Council States, is an in-depth analysis of recent Gallup surveys conducted in GCC countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
It offers an unprecedented look at the nationals' attitudes in some of the most dynamic and rapidly changing countries in the. The Arab Gulf states – Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar and Oman – are not known for eagerly incorporating reforms suggested by other countries.
Education is an exception, however. Young students attending universities are products of a system that owes much – and some would say too much – to foreign influence. Historically, the Arab World was not divided into states, but now it is, and its 22 countries form many popular regions such as the Gulf area, the Middle East, North Africa and the Sahara.
History, language, religion are some of the many unifying factors that exist in the consciousness of every Arab man. One of the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and categorized as a high-income economy, Oman has an estimated population of million, growing at a rate of percent.
The population under the age of 30 made up around 52 percent of the Omani population inthe highest among the GCC countries.The book functions as a reliable overall introduction and guide to international Arab politics.
Drawing on a wide range of Arabic and Western sources and his own experience, and providing in-depth comparisons of six key Arab states--Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia--Faour challenges the notion that Desert Storm solved more.The highest authority that supervises education in Saudi Arabia is the Supreme Committee for Educational Policy, established in According to the World Bank database, public spending on education is percent of GDP, and public spending on education as a percentage of government expenditure was percent in Education Minister: Dr.
Hamad AL Sheikh (since ).