3 edition of Social identity and class in a Cairo neighborhood found in the catalog.
Social identity and class in a Cairo neighborhood
Nadia Adel Taher
|Other titles||Huwīyah al-ijtimāʻīyah wa-al-ṭabaqah fī ḥayy Qāhirī.|
|Statement||by Nadia Adel Taher.|
|Series||Cairo papers in social science ;, v. 9, monograph 4|
|LC Classifications||HN786.Z9 S68 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119, 2 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||88166634|
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Social identity and class in a Cairo neighborhood. Cairo, Egypt: American University in Cairo Press ; New York, N.Y.: Orders, American University in Cairo Press, © (OCoLC) Social identity and class in a Cairo neighborhood (Cairo papers in social science): ISBN () Softcover, Orders, American University in Cairo Press, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site.
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Nefissa Naguib's Nurturing Masculinities is built around such conversations with working- and middle-class Egyptian men, this one with Moody, a shopkeeper from the working-class Cairo neighborhood of Bulaq.
Moody and his family had recently moved to a larger apartment in one of Cairo's new suburbs, reflecting a rise in their socioeconomic : Murat C. Yildiz. vicinities [neighborhoods] were units of sociability and social identity.” Neighborhood residents kept track of vital facts (birth, 2 Although some non-archaeological writers have claimed that Çatalhöyük was an urban settlement (Reader, –24; Soja, –36), Hodder (–99)File Size: 1MB.
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In an effort to restyle Cairo into a global capital that would meet the demands of tourists and investors and to achieve President Anwar Sadat's goal to modernize the housing conditions of the urban poor, the Egyptian government relocated residents from what was deemed valuable real estate in downtown Cairo to public housing on the outskirts of the city.
The progression of Nurturing Masculinities mirrors my movements in the streets, alleys, and markets of Cairo, as well as my decades of talking, cooking, and eating with my interlocutors in Egypt.
Food in this book is about daily life, identity, memory, senses, aesthetics, and humor. My ethnographic research over the past ten years in a low-income neighborhood in northern Cairo has been geared toward challenging simplistic and reductionist assumptions by focusing on the daily life of men and how they work (in collaboration with others, particularly female relatives) to materialize social values that define them as gendered Author: Farha Ghannam.
A social class broadly composed of the more affluent members of society, especially those who have -inherited wealth, own businesses, or hold large numbers of stocks (shares).
-upperclass A social class composed broadly of those working in white-collar and lower managerial occupations. Read this book on Questia. In an effort to restyle Cairo into a global capital that would meet the demands of tourists and investors and to achieve President Anwar Sadat's goal to modernize the housing conditions of the urban poor, the Egyptian government relocated residents from what was deemed valuable real estate in downtown Cairo to public housing on the outskirts of the city.
M ahfouz was born in and grew up in Al Gamaliya, a historic neighborhood in Cairo, home to thousand-year-old mosques, monumental gates, and. Mohamed Mohamed el-Amir Awad el-Sayed Atta (/ ˈ æ t ɑː / AT-ah; Arabic: محمد محمد الأمير عوض السيد عطا Muḥammad Muḥammad al-Amir 'Awaḍ as-Sayyid 'Aṭā [mæˈħæmmæd elʔæˈmiːɾ ˈʕɑwɑdˤ ˈʕɑtˤɑ]; September 1, – Septem ) was an Egyptian hijacker and one of the ringleaders of the September 11 attacks in which Alma mater: Cairo University, Hamburg University of.
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Cairo has its roots in the ancient settlement of Memphis, now 24km (15 miles) southwest of the city. It was founded in 2, BC and ruled by King Menes who united Upper and Lower Egypt. In the 1st century, the Romans built the Babylon fortress on the Nile, the oldest structure in the city.
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