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In addition to his publications in linguistics, he has written on language, education, migration, politicsand gender, and is the author or editor of over 20 books. At the Middle East Institute Ennaji’s research has included gender issues, language and migration. His work has been in fields such as Arabic and Berber linguistics and the sociology of language. Ennaji’s parents were both Berber-speaking.

He has seven brothers and sisters. When the eldest children reached school age, their parents decided to move from Timoulilt village to the nearby city of Beni-Mellal. Media related to Moha Ennaji at Wikimedia Commons. In addition to his publications in linguistics, he has written on language, education, migration, politics, and gender, and is the author or editor of over 20 books. Women in the Middle East, co-edited Routledge,Gender a There are a number of languages of Morocco.

The languages of prestige in Morocco are Arabic in its Classical and Modern Standard Forms and French, the latter of which serves as a second language for many Moroccans. According to a — survey done by Moha Ennaji, author of Multilingualism, Cultural Identity, and Education in Morocco, “there is a general agreement that Standard Arabic, Moroccan Arabic, and Berber are the national languages.

French retains a major place in Lingujstics, as it is taught universally and serves as Morocco’s primary language of commerce and econ Newspapers in Morocco are primarily published in Arabic and French, and to a lesser extent in Berber, English, and Spanish.

Africa Liberal, a Spanish daily, was the first paper published in the mohw which was launched in French is one of the two prestige languages of Morocco,[1] and is often used for business, diplomacy, and government,[2] serving as a lingua franca. The French government had intended emnaji the French culture and the French language to be viewed as “civilization and advancement”.

Cultural identity can be expressed through certain styles of clothing or other aesthetic markers Cultural identity is the identity or feeling of belonging to a group. It is part of a person’s self-conception and self-perception and is related to nationality, ethnicity, religion, social class, generation, locality or any kind of social group that has its own distinct culture.

In this way, cultural identity is both characteristic of the individual but also of the culturally identical group of members sharing the same cultural identity or upbringing. In recent decades, a new form of identification has emerged which ennajj down the understanding of the individual as a coherent whole subject into a collection of various cultural identifiers.


These cultural identifiers may be the result of various conditions including: The vocal-auditory channel describes eennaji way vocal signals can be used to produce language.

The speaker uses a vocal lingustics containing most of the speech organs to produce speech sounds, and the hearer employs an auditory apparatus the sense of hearing to receive and process the speech sounds. This is why human language is said to be based on speech sounds produced by the articulatory system and received through the auditory system. The vocal channel is a particularly excellent lingjistics through which speech sounds can be accompanied or substituted by gestures, facial expressions, body movement, and way of dressing.

See also Animal communication Sources Saxton, Matthew Introduction To Modern Linguistics.

MOHA ENNAJI and FATIMA SADIQI (Author of Applications of Modern Linguistics)

Her father was a military officer of rural origin. Sadiqi was born in Kenitra, Morocco intrkduction the eldest of nine children: She is a mother of three sons: Tariq, Rachid and Yassine. Fatima Sadiqi is married to Moha Ennaji.

Education Sadiqi received her primary education in Nador, junior secondary school education in Taourirt, and high school education in Oujda. From toshe studied English language and literature at the Faculty of Letters, Rabat.

From to Retrieved 21 January Regain et perspectives, Maisonneuve introdutcion Larose,p. Retrieved 9 October Orlando 23 June Moha Ennaji 20 January Multilingualism, Cultural Identity, and Education in Morocco.

Park; Aomar Boum 16 January Historical Dictionary of Morocco. Retrieved 22 January Retrieved 18 January She is the daughter of a militant political activist who was forced itnroduction exile during the Algerian liberation war. In the wake of independence, her family moved back to Algeria, where her father, an intellectual and a humanitarian, occupied high positions in the first Algerian government.

He launched a literacy campaign all over the territory and supervised the distribution of agricultural land to the poorest. lingulstics

At the age of 17, she became a household name in Algeria wi It offers undergraduate and graduate credit programs. It is an interdisciplinary institute accredited by the Moroccan Ministry of Education.

It organizes workshops, luncheon seminars, and other forums to highlight new perspectives on the Middle East and North Africa. The events showcase research carried out by both established and mohha s History and profile Al Haraka was established in External links Copy of the newspaper machine-translated to English Kalima meaning both Word and the act of Speaking in English was a French language monthly women’s magazine and news magazine published in Morocco between and The magazine was a feminist publication.

History and profile Kalima was established in They consider this code to contradict the legal equality between women and men proclaimed in Article 29 of the Algerian constitution, institutionalizing what they call second-class citizenship for women and leading to discrimination and injustices against them. Among the injustices and discrimination against women in the Algerian law the movement points to the following points: Only divorced women have parental authority moah their children.


Women’s right to divorce is conditional, while men retain the power to divorce even against the will of the woman.

Having a wali matrimonial guardian has been made optional, but has not been abolished. Negotiated conditions modedn the marriage contract are only available to the most educated and informed of women. In response, the movement demands lingujstics the following changes be made to the Fam L’Opinion is a daily francophone Moroccan newspaper. History and profile L’Opinion was established in Newspapers, Radio, and Television in Arab Politics.

Retrieved 9 September Francophone Voices of the “New” Mo The party was originally formed in with the union of Ratz, Mapam, and Shinui and was at its linguiistics in the 13th Knesset between andduring which it held 12 seats.

At the legislative elections the party won five seats. Meretz is a secular[11] party emphasising a two-state solution to the Israeli—Palestinian conflict, modegn justice, human rights especially for ethnic and sexual minoritiesreligious freedom, and environmentalism. On March 23,members of Alif Laam Meem, a national Muslim fraternity linguistixs at the University of Texas at Dallas, stood up against domestic violence as Muslims and as men of Dallas. The relationship kinguistics Islam and domestic violence is disputed.

Lijguistics among Muslims, the uses and interpretations of sharia, the moral code and religious law of Islam, lack consensus.

Conservative interpretations of Surah An-Nisa, 34 in the Qur’an regarding marital relationships find that hitting a woman is allowed. Other interpretations of introdduction verse claim it does not support hitting a woman, but separating from her.

Variations in interpretation are due to different schools of Islamic jurisprudence, histories and politics of religious institutions, conversions, reforms, and education.

Al Bayane is a daily francophone Moroccan newspaper.

History and profile Al Bayane was established in Archived from the original on 19 October Retrieved 10 October Galila Tamarhan or Tamruhan[1] al-Habashiya Arabic: She was one of the earliest women to sign her articles in the Arab press, by contributing “articles to a medical magazine called Yaasoub el-Tib Leader in Medicine in the s”. Sources Abu-Lughod, Lila, ed.

Feminism and Modernity in the Middle East. The Women’s Awakening in Egypt: Culture, Society, and the Press.

Moha Ennaji

Bayane Al Yaoume Arabic: History and profile Bayane Al Yaoume was established in The Arab Press Network. Newspapers, Radio, and Telev Le Petit Marocain was a daily publication founded during the protectorate-era in Morocco[1] and the predecessor publication of Le Matin.

History lingiistics profile Le Petit Marocain was founded in [2] and was based in Casablanca. References Moha Ennaji 20 January Multilingualism, Cultural Identity, and Educatio Al Ittihad Al Ichtiraki Arabic:

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