The silent revolution in Lebanon: changing values of the youth
Examines the social values and family and political norms among Lebanese college students, within the context of civil strife, a new regional political system, a new world order, and diverse economic and political conditions.
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A Sociological Perspective
Research Review and Study Methodology
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