Class, Family and Power in an Egyptian Village, Volume 20

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American University in Cairo, 1998 - Social Science - 75 pages
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This investigation of the intricate interplay of family, status, and occupation in an Egyptian village of the Delta in the context of elections for representatives to Egypt's national parliament provides a grass-roots view of Egyptian politics.

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Contents

THE SOCIAL REALITY BEHIND
26
POLITICS CLASSES
43
A THEORETICAL
60
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