By Nadia Ramsis Farah
The writer asserts that the modernization procedure in Egypt during the last centuries has been made up our minds by way of energy family and their articulation, and so she investigates intensive the effect of strength relatives on improvement ideas, on political liberalization, on politicized Islam as a hegemonic ideology followed by means of the country because the starting of the Nineteen Seventies, and on gender family in development.
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