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From traditional to formal education in the Lower Arabian Gulf, 1820-1971.

Davidson, Christopher M. (2008) 'From traditional to formal education in the Lower Arabian Gulf, 1820-1971.', History of education., 37 (5). pp. 633-643.

Abstract

This article charts the development of education in the lower Arabian Gulf from its traditional beginnings in the nineteenth century to the provision of more formal schooling and eventually a ministry of education following Britain's withdrawal from the region in 1971. In order to provide a better understanding of the complexities and relative advances and setbacks to this development, special emphasis is placed on the social, economic and political context of education's trajectory; including the lower Gulf's dependent relations with its Imperial protector and its reliance on foreign educational aid from Kuwait.

Item Type:Article
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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00467600701430020
Record Created:23 Mar 2011 11:20
Last Modified:27 Oct 2011 12:05

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