‘Between hopelessness and ambivalence’: young Egyptians, secondary schooling and the Arab Spring in urban Cairo

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Fadil, Mamdouh Kamal Hakim;
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This thesis is based upon ethnographic fieldwork carried out in and around three secondary schools and Tahrir Square in urban Cairo between October 2009 and December 2011. It explores the lives of young Egyptians at the time of their secondary schooling and the Arab spr... View more
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