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Mass Education, Islamic Revival, and the Population Problem in Egypt

Citation

Faust, Kimberly; Bach, Rebecca; Gadalla, Saad; Khattab, Hind A.; & Gulick, John (1991). Mass Education, Islamic Revival, and the Population Problem in Egypt. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 22(3), 329-41.

Abstract

This article focuses on social change among Indians in South Africa since their arrival as ‘indentured’ and ‘passenger’ Indians fr,om India, 130 years ago. It concentrates on the concept of the joint or extended family, its developmental cycle, causes of segmentation and the status and acculturation of women in a rapidly changing society subjugated by a white minority government.

URL

https://doi.org/10.3138/jcfs.22.3.329

Reference Type

Journal Article

Journal Title

Journal of Comparative Family Studies

Author(s)

Faust, Kimberly
Bach, Rebecca
Gadalla, Saad
Khattab, Hind A.
Gulick, John

Year Published

1991

Volume Number

22

Issue Number

3

Pages

329-41

Reference ID

827