they will get beaten, let him have some manhood and let him come with me [to Tahrir Square in Cairo] on January 25.” 1(Moghadam 232) There is no doubt that women are playing an increasingly vocal, and vital role in the Middle East and North Africa(MENA) than ever before. In her third edition of Modernizing Women: Gender and Social Change in the Middle East, Valentine M. Moghadam explores the various changes the region has undergone from conflicts, to social structure, regime changes, education, laws
Multi-Layer Governance on Risk Disclosure: Evidence from MENA Banks Abstract This paper examines the impact of multi-layer governance (MLG) mechanisms, consisting of board and ownership structures, Sharia supervisory board (SSB) and country-level governance characteristics on the level of risk disclosure by banks. Using one of the most extensive datasets on MLG and risk disclosure to-date from 14 countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region over the period of 2006 to 2013, we find a positive
Introduction The obesity levels have reached its highest limits in the MENA region recently. People who are eating from the boxes are more than those who eat from the nature, fast food industry is booming and the diseases do increasingly take over a day after another. We need a new mentality and more aware society to control the obesity, that for sure; however we need an effective tools and handy services that have the potential of restraining the so – called “developing countries killer”.
Abu Mena (Egypt) By: Porsha Lee. Instructor: Dr. Greta Bolin Date: 11/10/2013 Abu Mena was the name of a soldier who was an officer in the Diocletian army. Once Menas army won the war, he refused to kill any Christians, he declared his Christianity which made a tremendous motive for other Christians to bear the suffering and abuse from the Diocletian’s army ("Abu Mena-Unesco World Heritage Centre"
fight between her parents at the dinner table and proceeds to tell Carolyn that she “doesn’t feel like having a Kodak moment.” when Carolyn starts crying. Another passing conversation takes place when Carolyn and Jane briefly talk about Angela Hayes (Mena Suvari) sleeping over. There are other conversations which do not directly concentrate around male characters, but they are mostly about the extent to which the female characters are valuable by patriarchal standards. For instance, Angela talking to
American Beauty Things Aren’t Always, As They Seem American beauty (1999, Sam Mendes) is a very unique film with many different themes. The main characters in the film, Lester (Kevin Spacey) and Carolyn Burnham (Annette Bening) prove that there is a big difference in appearance versus reality. With the help of Colonel Frank Fitts, (Wes Bentley) we learn that people cannot just be judged by their outer appearance, but rather by what’s inside, because people are not always what they seem. Lester
imperative for early educators and caregivers to understand how to deal with them when they arise. In our textbook, Diversity in Early Care and Education, written by Janet Gonzalez-Mena, she describes the process RERUN (Reflect Explain Reason Understand Negotiate) as an effective means to solve conflict (Gonzalez-Mena, 2008, p. 58). The RERUN process can be extremely effective, because it allows for the families and the teachers to reach an agreement to best suit the child, without having to compromise
1.3 ECONOMIC GROWTH PERFORMANCE IN MENA COUNTRIES In 1960’s, 1970’s and the first half of the 1980’s the growth performance of MENA region is relatively good, that is due to the high energy export prices. Especially in the early 1970s, growth and development indicators in the MENA region improved rapidly, following the rises in petroleum prices. As the sudden increase in investment and growth rates in the oil-exporting countries moved to the rest of the region through increases in worker transfers
Within the last century, there have been many strides in terms of women’s rights- the right to vote, a place in the work force, the ability to have control over their bodies- but that has not always been the case. Throughout the numerous works we’ve read so far, one theme that stuck out to me more than once is the role that doctors and the medical field play in terms of female subordination. In Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” and Maria Cristina Mena’s “The Vine Leaf,” doctors and
Mena Abduljabbar History 108 Mr. Solheim I am writing a paper that is talking about two Americans Jonathan Edwards and Benjamin Franklin, who are hard workers, and self-sacrificing as young men. they wrote personal narratives, in which they tell of youth happenings and of their adult attempting for moral perfection. The reasons I chose those two people are that they spent their lives searching for perfection. Edwards try to find perfection through God while Franklin improved himself through his