The Resource Egypt : a country study, Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz

Egypt : a country study, Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz

Label
Egypt : a country study
Title
Egypt
Title remainder
a country study
Statement of responsibility
Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz
Title variation
Country studies, Egypt
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
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HeinOnline
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
DT46
LC item number
.E32 1991 ONLINE
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1928-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Metz, Helen Chapin
  • Library of Congress
Series statement
  • Area handbook series,
  • DA pam
Series volume
550-43
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Egypt
Target audience
specialized
Label
Egypt : a country study, Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz
Instantiates
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • Previous ed. has statement of responsibility: Foreign Area Studies, the American University ; edited by Richard F. Nyrop
  • "Research completed December 1990."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 369-391) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Art and architecture in the New Kingdom ;
  • Pricing and subsidy
  • Exchange rates
  • Public finance
  • Banking, credit, and inflation
  • Labor.
  • Employment
  • Wages
  • Agriculture. The
  • food gap
  • Land ownership and reform
  • The
  • Land reclamation and loss
  • Pricing policy
  • Cropping patters, production, and yield
  • Technology
  • Energy, mining, and manufacturing
  • Foreign trade. Exports
  • Imports
  • Trade partners
  • Balance of payments and main sources of foreign exchange.
  • Petroleum
  • Cult of the Sun God and Akhenaten's monotheism ;
  • Suez Canal
  • Remittances
  • Tourism
  • Current account balance
  • Capital account and capital grants
  • Direct foreign investment
  • loans
  • Debt and restructuring
  • The
  • dominant executive and the power elite.
  • The
  • The
  • presidency ;
  • The
  • The
  • Prime Minister, the Council of Ministers, and the policy-making process ;
  • The
  • road to power: recruitment and composition of the elite
  • Elite ideology
  • Politics among elites ;
  • The
  • Late Period, 664-323 B.C.
  • bureaucracy and policy implementation
  • Local government
  • The
  • subordinate branches: the regime and its constituency.
  • Parliament ;
  • The
  • judiciary, civil rights, and the rule of law ;
  • The
  • political role of the media
  • Interest groups
  • Ptolemaic, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt, 332 B.C.-A.D. 642.
  • Controlling the mass political arena.
  • The
  • "dominant party" system ;
  • The
  • limits of incorporation: The rise of political Islam and the continuing role of repression
  • Foreign policy. The
  • determinants of foreign policy
  • Foreign policy decision making ;
  • The
  • development of foreign policy
  • The
  • Military heritage.
  • The
  • Egyptian military in World War II
  • First Arab-Israeli War ;
  • The
  • 1956 War ;
  • The
  • June 1967 War
  • War of Attrition and the October 1973 War
  • Security concerns and strategic perspectives
  • Alexandrian conquest ;
  • The
  • military in national life
  • The
  • armed forces.
  • Army
  • Air Force
  • Navy
  • Air defense force
  • Traing and education
  • Conscription amd reserves
  • The
  • Conditions of service Defense spending
  • Military justice
  • Uniforms and insignia
  • Armed forces production. Production of civilian goods
  • Defense industry
  • Foreign military assistance
  • Internal security.
  • Muslim extremism
  • Leftist organizations
  • Police
  • Ptolemaic period
  • Intelligence services
  • Crime and punishment.
  • The
  • judicial system
  • Incidence of crime
  • Drug trafficking ;
  • The
  • penal system
  • Ancient Egypt.
  • Egypt under Rome and Byzantium, 30 B.C.-A.D. 640
  • Medieval Egypt.
  • The
  • Arab conquest, 639-41 ;
  • The
  • Tulinids, Ikhshidids, Fatimids, and Ayyubids, 868-1260 ;
  • The
  • Mamluks, 1250-1517
  • Egypt under the Ottoman Empire
  • Modern Egypt.
  • The
  • The
  • Neo-Mamluk Beylicate, 1760-98 ;
  • The
  • French invasion and occupation, 1798-1801
  • Muhammad Ali, 1805-48
  • Abbas Hilmi I, 1848-54 and Said, 1854-63
  • Social change in the nineteenth century
  • From autonomy to occupation: Ismail, Tawfiq, and the Urabi Revolt. Khedive Ismail, 1863-79
  • From invention to occupation, 1876-82
  • From occupation to nominal independence.
  • Predynastic Period and the First and Second Dynasties, 6000-2686 B.C. ;
  • The
  • occupiers
  • Economy and society under occupation
  • Egypt under the protectorate and the 1919 revolution
  • The
  • era of liberal constitutionalism and party politics.
  • The
  • rise and decline of the Wafd, 1924-39
  • Egypt during the war, 1939-45
  • On the threshold of revolution, 1945-52 ;
  • The
  • The
  • revolution and the early years of the new government, 1952-56
  • Egypt and the Arab world
  • Nasser and Arab socialism
  • Egypt, the Arabs, and Israel ;
  • The
  • war with Israel, 1967
  • The
  • aftermath of the war.
  • Internal relations
  • Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, and Second Intermediate Period, 2686 to 1552 B.C.
  • External relations
  • Nasser's legacy
  • Sadat takes over, 1970-73
  • October 1973 war
  • Political developments, 1971-78
  • Egypt's new direction
  • Peace with Israel ;
  • The
  • aftermath of Camp David and the assassination of Sadat
  • Mubarak and the middle way
  • Pyramid building in the Old and Middle Kingdoms ;
  • Geography.
  • Physical size and borders
  • Natural regions ;
  • Climate
  • Population.
  • Population control policies
  • Major cities
  • Emigration
  • Minorities
  • Social organizations.
  • The
  • Urban society
  • Rural society
  • Family and kinship.
  • Importance of kinship
  • Attitudes toward women
  • Changing status of women
  • Religion.
  • Islam
  • Coptic church
  • Other religious minorities
  • New Kingdom and Third Intermediate Period, 1552-664 B.C.
  • Education
  • Health and welfare
  • Structure, growth, and development of the economy.
  • Infrastructure ;
  • Transportation ;
  • Communications
  • The
  • role of government.
  • Mubarak's gradualism?
  • Development and planning
Control code
ccn00312680
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
5th ed
Extent
1 online resource (xxxv, 428 pages : illustrations, maps)
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
digital, PDF file
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Egypt : a country study, Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • Previous ed. has statement of responsibility: Foreign Area Studies, the American University ; edited by Richard F. Nyrop
  • "Research completed December 1990."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 369-391) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Art and architecture in the New Kingdom ;
  • Pricing and subsidy
  • Exchange rates
  • Public finance
  • Banking, credit, and inflation
  • Labor.
  • Employment
  • Wages
  • Agriculture. The
  • food gap
  • Land ownership and reform
  • The
  • Land reclamation and loss
  • Pricing policy
  • Cropping patters, production, and yield
  • Technology
  • Energy, mining, and manufacturing
  • Foreign trade. Exports
  • Imports
  • Trade partners
  • Balance of payments and main sources of foreign exchange.
  • Petroleum
  • Cult of the Sun God and Akhenaten's monotheism ;
  • Suez Canal
  • Remittances
  • Tourism
  • Current account balance
  • Capital account and capital grants
  • Direct foreign investment
  • loans
  • Debt and restructuring
  • The
  • dominant executive and the power elite.
  • The
  • The
  • presidency ;
  • The
  • The
  • Prime Minister, the Council of Ministers, and the policy-making process ;
  • The
  • road to power: recruitment and composition of the elite
  • Elite ideology
  • Politics among elites ;
  • The
  • Late Period, 664-323 B.C.
  • bureaucracy and policy implementation
  • Local government
  • The
  • subordinate branches: the regime and its constituency.
  • Parliament ;
  • The
  • judiciary, civil rights, and the rule of law ;
  • The
  • political role of the media
  • Interest groups
  • Ptolemaic, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt, 332 B.C.-A.D. 642.
  • Controlling the mass political arena.
  • The
  • "dominant party" system ;
  • The
  • limits of incorporation: The rise of political Islam and the continuing role of repression
  • Foreign policy. The
  • determinants of foreign policy
  • Foreign policy decision making ;
  • The
  • development of foreign policy
  • The
  • Military heritage.
  • The
  • Egyptian military in World War II
  • First Arab-Israeli War ;
  • The
  • 1956 War ;
  • The
  • June 1967 War
  • War of Attrition and the October 1973 War
  • Security concerns and strategic perspectives
  • Alexandrian conquest ;
  • The
  • military in national life
  • The
  • armed forces.
  • Army
  • Air Force
  • Navy
  • Air defense force
  • Traing and education
  • Conscription amd reserves
  • The
  • Conditions of service Defense spending
  • Military justice
  • Uniforms and insignia
  • Armed forces production. Production of civilian goods
  • Defense industry
  • Foreign military assistance
  • Internal security.
  • Muslim extremism
  • Leftist organizations
  • Police
  • Ptolemaic period
  • Intelligence services
  • Crime and punishment.
  • The
  • judicial system
  • Incidence of crime
  • Drug trafficking ;
  • The
  • penal system
  • Ancient Egypt.
  • Egypt under Rome and Byzantium, 30 B.C.-A.D. 640
  • Medieval Egypt.
  • The
  • Arab conquest, 639-41 ;
  • The
  • Tulinids, Ikhshidids, Fatimids, and Ayyubids, 868-1260 ;
  • The
  • Mamluks, 1250-1517
  • Egypt under the Ottoman Empire
  • Modern Egypt.
  • The
  • The
  • Neo-Mamluk Beylicate, 1760-98 ;
  • The
  • French invasion and occupation, 1798-1801
  • Muhammad Ali, 1805-48
  • Abbas Hilmi I, 1848-54 and Said, 1854-63
  • Social change in the nineteenth century
  • From autonomy to occupation: Ismail, Tawfiq, and the Urabi Revolt. Khedive Ismail, 1863-79
  • From invention to occupation, 1876-82
  • From occupation to nominal independence.
  • Predynastic Period and the First and Second Dynasties, 6000-2686 B.C. ;
  • The
  • occupiers
  • Economy and society under occupation
  • Egypt under the protectorate and the 1919 revolution
  • The
  • era of liberal constitutionalism and party politics.
  • The
  • rise and decline of the Wafd, 1924-39
  • Egypt during the war, 1939-45
  • On the threshold of revolution, 1945-52 ;
  • The
  • The
  • revolution and the early years of the new government, 1952-56
  • Egypt and the Arab world
  • Nasser and Arab socialism
  • Egypt, the Arabs, and Israel ;
  • The
  • war with Israel, 1967
  • The
  • aftermath of the war.
  • Internal relations
  • Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, and Second Intermediate Period, 2686 to 1552 B.C.
  • External relations
  • Nasser's legacy
  • Sadat takes over, 1970-73
  • October 1973 war
  • Political developments, 1971-78
  • Egypt's new direction
  • Peace with Israel ;
  • The
  • aftermath of Camp David and the assassination of Sadat
  • Mubarak and the middle way
  • Pyramid building in the Old and Middle Kingdoms ;
  • Geography.
  • Physical size and borders
  • Natural regions ;
  • Climate
  • Population.
  • Population control policies
  • Major cities
  • Emigration
  • Minorities
  • Social organizations.
  • The
  • Urban society
  • Rural society
  • Family and kinship.
  • Importance of kinship
  • Attitudes toward women
  • Changing status of women
  • Religion.
  • Islam
  • Coptic church
  • Other religious minorities
  • New Kingdom and Third Intermediate Period, 1552-664 B.C.
  • Education
  • Health and welfare
  • Structure, growth, and development of the economy.
  • Infrastructure ;
  • Transportation ;
  • Communications
  • The
  • role of government.
  • Mubarak's gradualism?
  • Development and planning
Control code
ccn00312680
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
5th ed
Extent
1 online resource (xxxv, 428 pages : illustrations, maps)
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
digital, PDF file
Specific material designation
remote

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