Mohammed Yachoulti

Mohammed Yachoulti
Université Moulay Ismail | UMI · Department of English Studies

Professor (Associate)

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Additional affiliations
March 2014 - May 2020
Moulay Ismail University of Meknes
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Education
September 1999 - April 2012
Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University
Field of study
  • Linguistics and gender studies

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Publications (20)
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This chapter attempts to overview some issues related to two different but complementary constructs in environmental awareness: environmental education (EE) and environmental humanities (EH) and gives some recommendations related to the Moroccan educational system. In this chapter, the main objective is not to provide a mere definition of concepts...
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The winds of change that swept almost all Middle East and North African countries in the early 2011 allowed the emergence of new civil society actors in Morocco. Indeed, the February 20 Movement for Change that took the lead of activism in 2011 managed to achieve a number of reforms and changes namely at the political level. However, the absence of...
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Social networks are becoming a site of unprecedented diffusion of fake news and misinformation in Morocco. This fact does not only affect people as individuals but also undermines social order and cohesion in general. To fight back, a number of journalists and researchers have engaged in fact-checking processes to verify claims and information. In...
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Before the constitutional reforms of 2011 in Morocco, women’s movement in Morocco has - in many cases - stepped over the assumed democratically elected institutions and resorted directly to the king, to instigate reforms and change laws to attain its objectives. This has resulted in the reinforcement of the existing system of government and contrib...
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Morocco’s new migration policy was implemented in 2014 with the key objective of regularizing the status of thousands of irregular sub-Saharan migrants living in Moroccan territory. The legal and political discourse surrounding it emphasized a more humanitarian approach to managing migration flows in Morocco. Indeed, despite various problems with t...
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This article aims to investigate Moroccan women‟s forms and patterns of resistance to Al-hogra in the aftermaths of Arab Spring. It focuses mainly on the nature and forms of this resistance and their impact in the public sphere in Morocco namely after 2011 constitutional reforms. To do this, we look at the development of the new forms of civil resi...
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In Morocco, public service announcement is a complex field in which various linguistic practices and semiotic representations collide. Hence, the aim of the present work is to demystify the misalignment between language and visuals in the public service announcement in a video on the protection of the environment, namely towards forests. This study...
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Moroccan culture is full of folk performances that date back to centuries ago. In fact, the multiplicity and diversity of these performances do not only reflect the richness of Moroccan culture, but also convey messages about the social organizations of the different ethnicities that make up the Moroccan society. Specifically, despite folk performa...
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Despite the absence of official figures, UNHCR-Morocco claims that 1,763 Syrians (453 families) were registered in Morocco as asylum seekers in 2015. In fact, this number does not represent all the Syrian refugees in Morocco who have entered the country illegally across the border with Algeria. For some Morocco is seen as a major jumping-off point...
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The paper addresses the multiple ways of constructing and passing on or masculinity in Morocco in particular and in Arab Muslim world in general and suggests ways of intervention. Specifically, it seeks to examine the constructions of masculinity in different ‘communities of practice’ for the sake of deconstructing extremist and violent doings and...
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Male absence in some remote conservative regions in Morocco as a result of the consistent flows of migration triggers dramatic changes in the life of women left behind. Despite the limited benefits migration offers them, women left behind, namely wives, find their destiny under a double-aged sword. In fact, the absence of the husband obliges them e...

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