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Title:Morocco and the Netherlands: society, economy, culture
Editors:Bos, PetraISNI
Fritschy, WantjeISNI
City of publisher:Amsterdam
Publisher:VU University Press
Geographic terms:Morocco
Islamic law
international migration
Abstract:A collection of 25 essays explores relations between Morocco and the Netherlands which commenced in the 17th century. Part 1: Tradition & modernity in Morocco & the Netherlands: Tradition et modernité au Maroc, passé et présent (Zakya Daoud); Modernity and tradition in Morocco and the Netherlands: a comparison (H. Obdeijn). Part 2: Society: Managing religious affairs in Morocco (Abdelhamid Lotfi); Islamic theology at the Vrije Universiteit (H.M. Vroom); 'Ijtihad' and Moroccan family law (Frans van der Velden); 'Ijtihad' et le droit de la famille marocain (Mohamed Azzine); Local government and Morocco's political and administrative transition (A. Musch); Abdelkrim and the struggle for the past (Mustapha El Qadéry). Part 3: Economy & migration: Morocco and the European Union: the economics of association (H. Visser); The 'Barcelona Process': ten years after (Omar Aloui & Saad Belghazi); Morocco, the State and illegal practices (H. van der Veen); The social and cultural impact of emigration on Moroccan communities (H. de Haas); The three ages of international migration from the Maghreb to France and Europe (Mohammed Boudoudou). Part 4: Youth: For Allah and myself (E. Bartels & M. de Koning); The meaning of Moroccan websites: a new social space (L. Brouwer); Perceptions of Islam among highly educated Muslims in Flanders (E. Vanderwaeren); Jeunes immigrés de culture musulmane en Hollande entre traditionalisme et modernité (Anas Talbi); Gender identity in a high school in the north of Morocco: resistance to 'hshouma' culture (Rachid Touhtouh); Youth in the postmodern condition and the ideology of resentment (Zakaria Zakri). Part 5: Culture: Une captive hollandaise au Maroc entre tradition et modernité (Ouafaâ El Mesmoudi); Moroccan writers in the Netherlands (M. Hermans); Language, identity, and the impact of globalization in Morocco (Moha Ennaji); L'architecture dans la zone de tension entre tradition et modernité (Hanane Bouchtalla); A feminist view of the architecture of the medina of Fes (Fatima Sadiqi); L'évolution de l'habitat et des modes de vie à Casablanca (M. Eleb). [ASC Leiden abstract]