Clash of Politics or Civilizations? Sectarianism Among Youth in Lebanon

Asmar, Christine; Kisirwani, Maroun
September 1999
Arab Studies Quarterly;Fall99, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p35
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study which assessed the impact of the paradoxes of Ta'if on the attitudes of a key sector of the Lebanese population. Questionnaire design and its administration; Method of analysis; Conclusions.


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