Education and Technology In Kuwait Democratic Practice

by   Fatemah Husain, et al.

This study discusses the effects of the new technology on the democratic system by reviewing the political history of democracy in philosophic view. The study explores the philosophical discussion of democracy and its components that is designed by most influential philosophers whom most of them agreed on the importance of education and knowledge to be the two main components. The study connects the democratic progress in the State of Kuwait to its roots, namely knowledge and education.



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