The Impact of Political Change on Academic Freedom in the Arabic World: Libya as an Example
How is academic freedom conceptualized in Arabic (Libyan) academic institutions? To what extent can pursuing academic freedom impact the organizational culture and to ameliorate resistance?
Most political changes, especially the violent ones, are born in the comfort of the forgoing establishments and despite their flowery exertions to acclaim supposedly new ideas; they remain the wedlock child of those dominions. This encapsulates the recent Libyan political change but momentously academic freedom conditions as they partly went unchanged but mostly gotten intensely worse. However, there is still hope for Libya correcting its averted pathway and put acclaim on its destiny as a free nation.
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