The Silent Revolution in Lebanon: Changing Values of the Youth

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Author: Muhammad Faour​

 Language: English
 Subject: Sociology
 Publication Date: 1998
 Number of Pages: 225
 Book Dimensions: 15.3*22.8 cm
 Cover Type: Paperback

 ISBN: Figures and Tables

 
 Price: $8






​Based on surveys of Lebanese students at the Lebanese University and the American University of Beirut during the period 1993–1996, Dr. Faour concludes that a normative transformation in social values of the Lebanese youth is taking place, notably in the direction of individualism and gender equality. A more far-reaching silent revolution that is seeping through society is the rise in democratic practices within the Lebanese nuclear family at the expense of authoritarianism. 

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