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Promoting Global Citizenship Education (GCED) in the Sultanate of Oman: An Analysis of National Policies

Khalaf Marhoun Al'Abri, Abdullah Khamis Ambusaidi, Badriya Rashid Alhadi
2022 Sustainability  
The results reveal that the Education Philosophy is one of the most comprehensive documents on concepts, principles, and requirements.  ...  the State, and Oman Vision 2040.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14127140 doaj:bfc3822900aa4fa2847a594d4412dc32 fatcat:latcg5ajbfcond3qhbuqsalgfq

'Dancing Between Raindrops': Politics Education in the Sultanate of Oman 2012–20191

Leon T. Goldsmith
2020 Arabian Humanities  
The major question for Oman, and the rest of the transforming Gulf Arab states, is whether the contradiction between the indoctrinating and innovating forms of politics education will be resolved in favour  ...  Oman is a relative latecomer to modern, structured educational systems but has been identified as achieving some of the most rapid educational progress in the Middle East.9 Given its steep trajectory of  ... 
doi:10.4000/cy.5913 fatcat:c4dcblesnjh4zcrzq7fxdsgyeu

The Omani and Bahraini Paths to Development: Rare and Contrasting Oil-Based Economic Success Stories [chapter]

Robert E. Looney
2013 Achieving Development Success  
Oman and Bahrain are Middle Eastern success stories. There are some key similarities.  ...  Both have followed pragmatic development strategies built on a stable foundation of strengthened governance structures and enhanced economic liberalization.  ...  Unless the country undertakes serious educational reforms, Oman, Qatar and the UAE may be in a much better position to capture these industries due to their lead in educational quality.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199671557.003.0020 fatcat:oiopk44ud5f5zbbaadgsflechy

Power, Epistemology and Pedagogy: Female Teacher Education in Oman [article]

Caroline Ladewig, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
2017
Based on six months of fieldwork in the College of Education at Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) and a mixed methodology, this thesis is underpinned by theoretical elements derived from sociology, anthropology  ...  This study investigates the ways in which socio-cultural factors influence the propensity for critical thinking and critical pedagogy among female teacher candidates in Oman.  ...  in the Sultanate of Oman 1970-2005, (Sultanate of Oman: Ministry of Education, 2006), 87.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d70ecdaf1c5a fatcat:qsbbnexedve4zjl6pdith7om24

Managerial practices and styles in developing countries: the influence of cultural values - a case study on the Sultanate of Oman

Ibrahim Ahmed Said Alkindi, University, My, Geoff Carter
2018
Managerial Practices and styles in Developing Countries'– The Influence of Cultural values: A Case Study on the Sultanate of Oman' is a thesis that is built on three pieces of independent research, which  ...  Furthermore, the study found out that specific values, practices, and styles, work situation, and sector type were the result of the strong influence of each of the seventeen variables employed in the  ...  Research Objectives The main objective of this study is to examine the relationship between national cultural values and management practices and styles in the Sultanate of Oman.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/146 fatcat:evoui3irk5bf7kjporjnals2ki

10. Kuwait [chapter]

Fatima Alsalem
2021 The Image of Africa in Ghana's Press  
The Arab-German Young Academy of Science and Humanities (AGYA) has provided generous financial support for the preparation of this book.  ...  Acknowledgements The editors would like to thank Marilena Hohmann and Sabrina Schotten for their help in formatting and copyediting this book.  ...  The features of modernity in contemporary Oman include attention to education, health, parliament, arts and literature, and other areas where the state has achieved advanced results as a modern nation.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0238.10 fatcat:o5tvbtlh7zgrrgbrq2q4gno664

Toward the indigenization of the nursing workforce in Saudi Arabia comaparative study of three gulf states Saudi Arabia, bahrain and Oman

Kasem Al-Thowini
2013
Oman 7.1 Geography The Sultanate of Oman is an independent country in the south-eastern corner of the Arabian Peninsula.  ...  SAUDI ARABIA Map 3 Oman The council is empowered to revIew drafts of economic and social legislation prepared by service ministries, and provide recommendations to the Sultan.  ...  Differing titles were found in the general search in both English and Arabic languages and were then used as search words. The list below gives examples and is not comprehensive.  ... 
doi:10.17037/pubs.00682428 fatcat:5d42n23wtrbuzpvn6xxvxw3v2y

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1921 The Muslim world  
oasis between Algeria and the Sahara, the other in the city of Marrakesh.  ...  , Rayazet-"the thunderbolt of the Bosphorus," the black-bearded Boabdil of Granada, with his bespaiigled tunic and his jen-ellcd sn-ord ; also, other beturbaned sultans, and even as modern a personage  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1478-1913.1921.tb01842.x fatcat:uthhzxbpkjbkddllykyxy3wmu4

The Digital Divide in Asia

Tanveer Zia, Yeslam Al-Saggaf, Md Zahidul Islam, Lihong Zheng, John Weckert
2009 Journal of information ethics  
The groups of people that will be discussed here are Women in political online forums in Yemen, Rural Students in Bangladesh, Cyber Activists and Virtual Protesters in Pakistan, and Farmers in China.  ...  This article explores the digital divide in four Asian countries: Yemen, Bangladesh, Pakistan and China.  ...  and the Gulf of Aden to the south, Sultanate of Oman to the east and the Red Sea to the west.  ... 
doi:10.3172/jie.18.2.50 fatcat:b5jhmnq7sndcrbqlmobu3i37xm

Muslim Modernities: Interdisciplinary Insights Across Time and Space1

Charles Kurzman, Bruce B. Lawrence
2015 The Muslim world  
twentieth century by waves of immigration from Hadhramaut. 25 Immigration peaked again after Sultan Seyyid Sa'id (r. 1807-1856) extended his domains from the Ibadhi Sultanate of Oman to coastal East  ...  In sum, the valorization of religion and its role in education suggests, at the very least, a contingent alignment between a segment of the local Muslim population and the colonial authorities.  ...  Only through serious research in partnership between the adherents of the two traditions can this be done.  ... 
doi:10.1111/muwo.12105 fatcat:ou3hwufltbgkxb7m45olialouu

Lords of the Auspicious Conjunction: Turco-Mongol Imperial Identity on the Subcontinent

Lisa. Balabanlilar
2007 Journal of World History  
The imperial success of the Mughals lay in their ability to identify and reproduce in the Indian context potent symbols of Islamic and Timurid legitimacy which allowed them to successfully affirm their  ...  Contemporary studies of the Mughal dynasty in India have long been dominated by nationalist, sectarian and ideological agendas which typically present the empire of the Mughal as an exclusively Indian  ...  Jahangir took over the patronage of Mirza Sultan, the son of Mirza Shahrukh, a Timurid descendant through the line of Mirza Sultan Abu Sa‛id and governor of Badakhshan. 503 In modern Persian, naukar has  ... 
doi:10.1353/jwh.2007.0000 fatcat:jeg2ogivlnbybjpinpi62qesxa

HERITAGE IN THE LIVED ENVIRONMENT OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES AND THE GULF REGION

Joseph John Hobbs
2017 Archnet-IJAR  
Among the most promising precedents for modern social sustainability are social and spatial features at the scale of the neighborhood in traditional Islamic settlements.  ...  Modern urbanism has largely neglected heritage in architectural design and in social and private spaces, creating inauthentic places that foster a hunger for belongingness in the UAE's built environment  ...  New Vernacularism "seeks the preservation of community values in terms of social, religious and economic issues in the face of modernization by uncovering the relationships between the culture of Islam  ... 
doi:10.26687/archnet-ijar.v11i2.1240 fatcat:r5fn5zcvknc5hggr5kp4s4ipsu

LASER SCANNING SHIHRAZAD'S BATHS: 1001 TALES OF ZANZIBAR NIGHTS

Laura Basell, Abdallah Khamis Ali, Ella Egberts, Behnam Firoozi-Nejad, Nicholas Mellor, Mark Horton
2020 The Antiquaries Journal  
Her story raises a host of questions relating to heritage, gender, religion and politics in modern-day Africa and beyond.  ...  By combining archaeological survey results with historical research and a translation of the inscriptions, a new narrative is presented in which the main protagonist is, unusually, female.  ...  Persian philosophy of life and divinity. 84 In addition, Shihrazad's home town of Shiraz was considered a 'City of Gardens'. 85 Flowers and birds are common in all the decorated panels at Kidichi.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0003581520000013 fatcat:qamlmtefy5gvxi5yn4e3665nnm

Denouncing Terrorism In The West: English Publications Of Anti-Terrorism Fatwa'S As Western Islamic Discourse With An Analysis Of The 'Open Letter To Baghdadi' (Longread)

Arnold Yasin Mol
2016 Zenodo  
With the rise of Islamism in the 20th century and the later emergence of Jihadi-Salafi groups performing attacks inside and outside Muslim lands, the majority of institutional and famous Muslim scholars  ...  When Western forces colonized the majority of Muslim lands in the 19th and early 20th century, many resistance movements (e.g. Mahdi movement in Sudan) were deemed legitimate in their claim of Jihad.  ...  Western education and ways of governance, Muslims could regain the power of independence, but only by also remaining faithful to Islam, which meant that Western education and governance were viewed and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.259595 fatcat:cdmui74gwnb23owlns4a2yejli

Democratization in the Middle East: experiences, struggles, challenges

2004 ChoiceReviews  
in democratic transition, the balance between universal and communitarian notions of democracy, between participation and efficiency, and between capital and welfare.  ...  First, it examines the theoretical discourse of democracy, such as the tension between procedure and substance, the dialectic between principles and institutions, the challenge of reconciliation and peace-building  ...  Acknowledgements The idea for this book has its origin in a multi-year, multi-case-study project (and subsequently multi-volume book series) of the United Nations University's Peace and Governance Programme  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.42-1814 fatcat:r52kyekoofhvfniw6oq6s7y6be
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