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    What Is Morocco?

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    Morocco Morocco is a unique country, growing and growing at accelerating rates and increasing economic growth everyday. All sectors of the county’s financials, economies, and likewise seem to be flourishing with little to change. Due to the monarchy and strict restrictions on writing anything bad about the kingdom, the country seems to be on paper a fantastic place to live with a population, government, and king all aiming to bring the country up to its highest potential. The one fault however is the educational sector which completely takes you into a different view of the unemployment rate, educational level, and job sector than ever before. With focusing on the economic development of the country you find that every sector has been making…

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    Feminism In Morocco

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    According to Nadia Yassine, a famous opposition figure in Morocco (Spiegel International, 07/03/2003), “the history of the women’s movement in the West has unfolded completely differently from here. It is based on other traditions and pursues different goals” (McKanders 2014: 167). Although the term “feminism” in its Western sense is often apply, these women seek out “to define their own form of feminism that promotes women’s rights within their own particular Islamic context and are, generally,…

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    Research Paper On Morocco

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    Africa is a diverse continent that has many different aspects depending where it is. Morocco is different from most of the other countries in Africa. The different parts of countries are what makes them special and unique. The geography, politics, social behavior, religion, and economy make Morocco a unique place to live. Morocco borders the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Mountain ranges cover the north, middle and south parts of the country. During the winter, rain collects in the…

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    Sample: The population under study in this research would be migrants -men and women-aged between 18 and 35 years old. For the purpose of the research, I will aim to target migrants who have stayed in Morocco for more than 6 months. This will allow me to explore their perception and experiences in Morocco. I will aim to target 18 participants about 6 for each city due to the time limit. I am doing 3 to 5 sessions with each individual, the first sessions would be to establish trust, start by…

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    Climate Change In Morocco

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    From region to region and country to country, policies on climate change differ. One of the most active countries on this issue is Morocco, which I will address in this paper. Many of us do not know much about the country of Morocco, which makes sense given that it is across the globe from us. If all you have to go off of is a simple google search, you will see a quick overview, a little bit of news, and several tourism websites. Looking at the images, you will get a glimpse of beautiful and…

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    Research Paper On Morocco

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    Morocco lies on the northwest corner of Africa. The country roughly covers an area twice the size of the United Kingdom. In the middle of the country are two snow capped mountain chains,the Middle Atlas and the High Atlas. South of the High Atlas Mountains lie the Anti-Atlas Mountains. Morocco generally has mild winters and hot summers. Morocco is a monarchy country. The prime minister is head of government and is appointed by the king. Regional councils have authority and funding to oversee…

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    The berbers tribe in Morocco are one of the largest tribes on this planet consisting of approximately 40 percent of Morocco's population of 32 million people (1). Although up to 80 percent of the country’s population reportedly has some degree of native Berber blood in their family (1). Morocco itself has is scattered with ride-ranging mountains, a vast coastline, while having a subtropical climate which at times can prove to be a challenge to thrive in such an environment especially when…

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    In the pre-colonial Morocco, there was a distinctive Berber culture that was detached from the wider trends of the Islamic and Arabic culture as well as urban life according to colonial scholars and anthropologists (Crawford, p.21). However, after independence, nationalist scholars rejected this claim, denied any unique existence of Berbers, and blocked their inclusion in the homogeneous Arabic-Islamic country. This resulted in a conflict or issue that fueled the use of languages in this…

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    cuisine. Cuisine is a traditional Moroccan style of cooking. Cuisine would be a type of dish I would like to try. Another thing that Moroccans like to eat/drink is Moroccan mint tea. Moroccan mint tea is very simple to make and delicious. The ingredients for Moroccan mint tea are green tea, a couple tablespoons sugar, and fresh mint. In Morocco, Moroccan mint tea is served 24/7. It is usually served when a guest comes over to your home, this shows a sign of friendship. When I went to Morocco I…

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    powers wanted the resources and land in Africa. The European’s were able to defeat African tribes due to their more advanced weapons. The European powers met in a conference to divide Africa amongst themselves without considering the tribes who had already lived there. One specific example of Imperialism was France and Algeria. At the start of the year 1827, France started to colonize African countries. In addition to Algeria, France imperialized Senegal, The Ivory Coast, Tunisia, Morocco, and…

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