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  • Arab Culture

    Mixed Messages: Branding Guidelines Arab Culture Introduction To be able to correctly market to any target demographic one must first have a full understanding of the political correctness that surrounds the culture. Certain stigmas and generalizations about any culture often are over assertion and a broad net cast across the culture giving classification to all even though there is a vast difference in the culture being stereotyped. This is especially true when looking at Arab culture. Arab Culture When looking at the classification of word Arab it is more easily understood as a group of people and not one specific race or religion. This can be explained much in the same way that Americans view being American. Arab culture spans across several…

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  • Arab Youth Struggle

    The Struggle of Today’s Arab Youth At a time when the western world and all the freedoms enjoyed in it are a tap or click away; the struggle for Arab youth is an entirely foreign one to previous generations. Arab youth are struggling with a crisis of their learned identity clashing severely with the world they see in mass culture, a free world they desperately want to live in and be a part of. Access to the Internet, technology and the resultant rapidly amplified globalization has made their…

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  • Education In Arab Countries

    Education of Arab Women in Modernized and Non- Modernized Arab Countries There are many stereotypes about Arabs due to the lack of understanding about their culture. Like many other cultures, Arab culture is unique and different. The Arab world consists of twenty-two countries located in Middle East and North Africa. Arab countries are very diverse consisting of many religions such as Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. All Arabs have similar cultures and traditions but they are different from…

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  • Discrimination In Arab-American Culture

    be seen in the media’s portrayal of the Arab region, which is often reduced to the role of non-A. Within that, many varying ethnicities and religions are vastly simplified or even erased, such as the many Jews and Christians who live in the region. Because of the media’s continued use of negative characterization of all Arab…

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  • Arab Oil Embargo

    Israel and its supporters, mainly the United States, are seen as an extension of colonialism. In the Middle East, European colonialism obliterated Arab sovereignty through its political and economic takeover (Alnasrawi 7). The epicenter of this perceived encroachment of Arab autonomy by the West was found in the Jewish state of Israel. The colonial legacy of the British and the French occupations in the Middle East led to the perception of Israel as another imperial force that would infringe…

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  • The Influence Of Social Media On The Arab Spring

    between 2010 and 2012, which was later tagged the ‘Arab Spring’, received abundant media coverage within its region and on a global scale. On a regional level; according to Noura Alalawi, a 24-hour, round-the-clock coverage of the civil unrest and protests was made available by Al Jazeera, a Qatari state-funded broadcaster (Alalawi, 2015). By the same token, according to the Pew Research Center, “this wave of unrest dominated news coverage and propelled international stories to the forefront of…

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  • Arab Nationalism Research Paper

    PSC 345 - Midterm Exam Question One: Arab Nationalism Arab Nationalism is a movement that began “after the withdrawal of Egyptian forces from Syria in 1839. Later on, Sa’ada founded the Syrian Social Nationalist Party in 1932. It was the major force in Lebanese and Syrian politics until the early 1960’s and was still operating in the 1990’s” (Palmer, pg.53) This movement rose to prominence in the 1950’s as Arab Nations began to gain independence from former colonial powers. The major principle…

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  • The Arab Slave Trade

    The Arab slave traders relied on the Indian Ocean monsoon winds during the slave trade. Indian Ocean was regarded as an important route since it connected East Africa to the outside world, including India Peninsula. The Arabs, precisely from the Gulf of Persia, used the Indian Ocean route since it linked the East African region to the potential clients of the Arab Merchants. They mostly resided on some parts of North Africa, including Egypt, Morocco, and among others. Again, the Indian Ocean…

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  • The Influence Of Arab Spring

    Arab Spring Arab Spring made trending news due to many protests happening in Syria, Algeria, and Tunisia. It all started with a man who lived in Tunisia named Mohamed Bouazizi according to (Gutierres). Bouazizi was unemployed, the food prices were high, and he was harassed by public officials. When that occurred, he set himself on fire on December, 2010. This got the attention of many people in the Arab World. "The people want to bring down the regime," as stated in the article (Occupy Wall…

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  • The Importance Of The Arab Spring

    For some, the Arab spring (whether is understood to be successfully or not) certainly represent the turning point in relations in the Middle East. A hundred years since the creation of borders between the countries of the Levant, the Maghreb and the Middle East, there was their collapse. When one mentions the Middle East, it is seen as a huge area where ancient civilizations were, some of the oldest cities in the world, but also the young states of today. A hundred years after rendering the…

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