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Could any colleague provide me with any article about Arabic culture or Islamic values in relation to ethical behavior?
I am an Arabic lecturer from Indonesia who intend to compose a proficiency test to measure my students' Arabic competencies. In this case, I consider to copy the format of TOEFL for English proficiency test. The challenge is, I have difficulties finding any native Arabic recording for that kind of test. Is there any Arabic listening assessment format which resembles TOEFL?
Thank you very much! I really appreciate each word you give as the responses of my question.
Dear fellow researchers,
I'm trying to locate recent methodological debates on doing research in the Arab region. I have found a Symposia on the topic in Political Science & Politics (39:3), various useful publications by POMEPS, and a report of a workshop held in Edinburgh by Suleiman and Anderson (2008). Can anyone recommend any other publications? Ideally some of these would be located outside American/British academic circles.
I want to do some research on comparative Arabic dialectology. Can anyone recommend grammatical descriptions of varieties of Arabic?
They can be from any time, any place and basically in any language.
The best would be grammatical descriptions or scetch grammar, but also articles or theses focusing on specific grammatical topics.
Dear colleagues! We know that the two ideologies are very similar (pan-Arab nationalism, socialist ideas). Yet I have read that Baathism was more radical, more left, since it did not confine itself to the agrarian reform, but aimed at creating an overwhelming state sector in industry. But I can object to this, pointing out that the share of that sector in Egypt under 'Abd-un-Nasir reached 85%. Does the difference boil down to the simple fact that Nasserism centred on a certain leader, while Baathism did not? And that Nasserism centred on Egypt, while Baathism "was divided" between Syria and Iraq? Or were there indeed any serious socio-economic differences in the programmes?
Arabic instruments means originally developed scales or instruments in Arabic language. please let me know these studies or scales if present.
I am interested in the conceptualization of empowerment in Arab-Islamic context through language, and the discourse that underlies empowerment, and I want to find out if it is only used in specific issues (women or youth empowerment) or as collective and peaceful way of improving human rights.