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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54963
Doc. No:TL24917
Call number:‭1464575‬
Main Entry:Luke Struckman
Title & Author:The idealized nation-state, globalization, critical geopolitics and the case of MoroccoLuke Struckman
College:University of Kansas
Date:2009
Degree:M.A.
student score:2009
Page No:118
Abstract:The Moroccan nation-state is a taken-for-granted geopolitical entity that is represented by the Moroccan government and the core of the world system in ways that are consonant with their visions of reality. The primary goal of this thesis is to uncover the ideology and politics behind these visions of reality. Theories of critical geopolitics have been used to deconstruct Morocco's occupation of Western Sahara, its language policy, its economic policy, and its immigration situation. I have shown that the Moroccan government's views of its own nation-state are influenced by Arabo-Islamist ideology and that the core's perceptions of Morocco are influenced by colonial philosophy, modernization theory, and neoliberal thought. In these cases, geographical information that presents itself as objective is instead highly ideological and politicized.
Subject:Social sciences; Critical geopolitics; Geographical perceptions; Identity and language; Political geography; Geography; Political science; 0615:Political science; 0366:Geography
Added Entry:G. A. Myers
Added Entry:University of Kansas