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      MOVING TOWARD A KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY IN THE ARAB WORLD

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            arabstudquar
            10.2307/j50005550
            Arab Studies Quarterly
            Pluto Journals
            02713519
            1 October 2009
            : 31
            : 4
            : 17-31
            Article
            10.2307/41858593
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