Civil Society as Ideology in the Middle East: A Critical Perspective

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

Jessica Leigh Doyle British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies Volume 43, Issue 3, 2016 Since the early 1990s support for civil society has constituted the linchpin of international efforts in the Middle East North Africa (MENA) to promote democratisation and democratic values.The rationale for this support lies in an understanding of civil society drawn from a liberal-democratic model, which dominates

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Translating ‘Nation’ into Japanese during the Modernization of Japan: Dynamics of Translation as a Social and Interactional Practice

Mino Saito (Juntendo University, Tokyo, Japan) and Mutsuko Tsuboi (Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan) Meta: Journal des traducteurs / Meta: Translators’ Journal Volume 60, numéro 2, août 2015, p. 369 This article focuses on the translation of the term ‘nation’ into Japanese during the Meiji period (1868-1912). It  explores the dynamics of translation practice as an interaction occurring in sociocultural and

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From an Empire to a Nation State: Importing the Concept of Nation into Ottoman/Turkish Thinking

Elif Daldeniz (Okan University, Istanbul, Turkey) Meta: Journal des traducteurs / Meta: Translators’ Journal Volume 59, numéro 1, avril 2014, p. 72-96 This article presents preliminary research results on the role of translation in the introduction of the concept of nation into the Ottoman/Turkish culture. This study, which is linked to a study on the concept of ‘culture’, was based

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