Fear and Anxiety in the Arab World

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Michel Nehme is the first to argue that a little-discussed aspect of Arab society and government--the fear that is both used as a weapon by government and felt by the people--has created some of the region's most deep-seated problems and hindered the development and growth of the Arab people. He maintains that collective fear and anxiety play major roles in the continuing political and social disorder of the Middle East. Nehme shows that fear and anxiety are commonplace concepts, and they keep us alert and socially engaged ...

Fear and Anxiety in the Arab World 2003, University Press of Florida

ISBN-13: 9780813026114

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