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Marginality and exclusion in Egypt / edited by Ray Bush and Habib Ayeb.

Contributor(s): Bush, Ray | Ayeb, Habib.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Middle East studies.Publisher: London ; New York : Zed Books, 2012Description: viii, 247 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781780320854 (hbk.); 178032085X (hbk.); 9781780320847 (pbk.); 1780320841 (pbk.).Subject(s): Marginality, Social -- Egypt | Egypt -- Social conditions | Egypt -- Politics and governmentDDC classification: 305.560962
Contents:
Pt. 1. Marginality, poverty and political economy -- 1.Introduction: Marginality and exclusion in Egypt and the Middle East -- 2.Marginality: curse or cure? -- 3.Accumulation by encroachment in the Arab Mashreq -- Pt. 2. Creating and reproducing marginality -- 4.Marginality or abjection? The political economy of poverty production in Egypt -- 5.The marginalization of the small peasantry: Egypt and Tunisia -- 6.Margins and frontiers -- 7.Transport thugs: spatial marginalization in a Cairo suburb -- 8.Against marginalization: workers, youth and class in the 25 January revolution -- 9.National geographical targeting of poverty in Upper Egypt -- 10.Working with street kids: unsettling accounts from the field -- 11.Marginalization and self-marginalization: commercial education -- 12.Disability in transition in Egypt: between marginalization and rights.
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Also published as: Marginality and exclusion in Egypt.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Pt. 1. Marginality, poverty and political economy -- 1.Introduction: Marginality and exclusion in Egypt and the Middle East -- 2.Marginality: curse or cure? -- 3.Accumulation by encroachment in the Arab Mashreq -- Pt. 2. Creating and reproducing marginality -- 4.Marginality or abjection? The political economy of poverty production in Egypt -- 5.The marginalization of the small peasantry: Egypt and Tunisia -- 6.Margins and frontiers -- 7.Transport thugs: spatial marginalization in a Cairo suburb -- 8.Against marginalization: workers, youth and class in the 25 January revolution -- 9.National geographical targeting of poverty in Upper Egypt -- 10.Working with street kids: unsettling accounts from the field -- 11.Marginalization and self-marginalization: commercial education -- 12.Disability in transition in Egypt: between marginalization and rights.

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