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Accession Number ADA573938
Title Muslim Brotherhood and the Perception of Democracy.
Publication Date Dec 2012
Media Count 117p
Personal Author E. Leckie
Abstract The objective of this thesis is to assess the Muslim Brotherhood's prospects to facilitate a democratic transition within Egypt. Numerous studies have examined the Muslim Brotherhood's political ideology as a means to objectively assess its consistency with democracy. However, to date there has been no comparative subjective study to assess the Muslim Brotherhood's capacity to facilitate democracy within Egypt. This thesis will attempt to fill that gap by subjectively measuring the Muslim Brotherhood's democratic intentions as perceived by other important actors within the Egyptian polity since the 2012 Egyptian Presidential Election. Political stakeholders' perceptions of the Muslim Brotherhood's democratic capacity and intent are critically important in assessing the likelihood of Egypt's transition to democracy. To that end, the major research question of this thesis paper is the following: What is the current perception of the Muslim Brotherhood's commitment to democratic compromise within the Egyptian polity.
Keywords Christianity
Democracy
Democratic capacity
Democratic intentions
Democratic transitions
Egypt
Government(Foreign)
History
Ideology
Islam
Labor unions
Mass media
Measurement
Military forces(Foreign)
Motivation
Muslim brotherhood
Perception(Psychology)
Political parties
Theses
Transitions
Women


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 92E - International Relations
92B - Psychology
74 - Military Sciences
Corporate Author Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA. Dept. of National Security Affairs.
Document Type Thesis
Title Note Master's thesis.
NTIS Issue Number 1318
Contract Number N/A

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