Two Mediterranean Worlds: Diverging Paths of Globalization and Autonomy (Globalization and Autonomy)

Two Mediterranean Worlds: Diverging Paths of Globalization and Autonomy (Globalization and Autonomy)

By: Kathe Roth (translator), William D. Coleman (editor), Yassine Essid (editor)Hardback

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This book will appeal to students and scholars of globalization,politics, and sociology and to anyone interested in the future ofdemocracy in the Mediterranean and the Near East.

About Author

Yassine Essid is an expert on the history ofIslamic economic thought and on the history and place of Islam in NorthAfrica and the Middle East. William D. Coleman hasoverseen the writing of the books in the Globalization and AutonomySeries. He carries out research on different theories aboutglobalization and on global governance. Contributors: Mongi Bahloul, Samouel Beji, HoudaBen Hassen, Almudena Hasan Bosque, Lotfi Bouzaiane, Abdeljabbar Bsaies,Faika Charfi, Hachmi Dhaou, Yassine Essid, Sonia Fellous, Amado A.Millan Fuertes, Nizard Jouini, Rulof Kerkhoff, Myriem Lakhoua, LatifaLakhdhar, Jihen Malek, Paula Duran Monfort, Rim Ben Ayed Mouelhi,Olivia Orozco de la Torre, Fatma Sarraj, Francois Zabbal, and SamehZouari.


Preface to Series / Preface to the English Edition Introduction / Yassine Essid and William D. Coleman Part 1: Adapting and Integrating -- Governing inGlobalization 1 Globalization, Governance, and Autonomy / AbdeljabbarBsaies 2 Globalization, Autonomy, and the Euro-Mediterranean Space:The Issues of Regional Cooperation and the Challenges of Sovereignty /Faika Charfi and Sameh Zouari Part 2: Globalization in the Great Texts 3 `Asabiyya, Market, and Society: TheContemporary Relevance of Ibn Khaldun's Vision of Social Change /Olivia Orozco de la Torre 4 Transmission of Texts and Globalization of Knowledge:Inter-religious Dialogue in Castile in the Fifteenth Century /Sonia Fellous Part 3: Religions and Globalization 5 Islam: Globalization, Autonomy, and Internationality /Mohamed Yassine Essid 6 Muslim Women in the Mediterranean Region: DiscriminatoryAutonomy / Latifa Lakhdhar Part 4: Cultural Autonomy -- Music and Food 7 Local Tunisian Music and Globalization: Between MusicalAutonomy and Commercial Autonomy / Myriem Lakhoua 8 Globalization and Food Autonomy in the Mediterranean Region/ Amado A. Millan Fuertes 9 The Fuentes de Ebro Sweet Onion: Autonomy throughGlobalization / Rulof Kerkhoff 10 Globalization of Food Practices in Amman / AlmudenaHasan Bosque 11 Food Globalization and Autonomy Strategies: The Case ofMeat in Tunisia / Paula Duran Monfort Part 5: Cultural Autonomy -- Languages andEducation 12 Globalized Literature and Autonomy: The Arabic Novel in theWest / Francois Zabbal 13 The Use of English in North Africa: From Globalization toAutonomy / Mongi Bahloul 14 Globalization, Autonomy, and Higher Education: The Frenchand Tunisian Cases / Houda Ben Hassen Part 6: Globalization and Autonomy -- The EconomicQuestion 15 The Economics of Globalization and Autonomy in theMediterranean Region / Lotfi Bouzaiane 16 Globalization and Autonomy in the Mediterranean Region: TheRoles of the Main Stakeholders / Rim Ben Ayed Mouelhi 17 The Challenge of Financial Globalization in Countries Southof the Mediterranean Basin / Samouel Beji 18 Industrial Policy in the Mediterranean Region andCapacities for Autonomy in a Context of Globalization / JihenMalek 19 The South Mediterranean Countries and Economic Opening: TheState of Affairs / Nizard Jouini 20 The Mediterranean and Outsourcing / FatmaSarraj Epilogue 21 Globalization and Autonomy: The Individual in the Maghreb /Interview with Dr. Hashmi Dhaoui Notes Works Cited Index

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  • ISBN13: 9780774823180
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 440
  • ID: 9780774823180
  • weight: 740
  • ISBN10: 0774823186

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