The silent revolution in Lebanon: changing values of the youth

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American University of Beirut, 1998 - Education - 225 pages
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
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Figures
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Research Review and Study Methodology
25
Copyright

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Muhammad Faour was associate professor of sociology at the American University of Beirut in 1993. His work includes both Arabic and English articles on such subjects as demography, health, and conflict resolution in the Middle East.

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