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Civil Transformation in Saudi Arabia: Study on Constituents and Future of Change

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This study examines the status-quo of Saudi civil society organizations and focuses on the mechanisms governing the existing foundations. In particular, it focuses on the extent to which these civil society organizations have coped with legislations, demanding roles and changing patterns within the Saudi society. The question of civil transformation in the Saudi case study has a major importance and this study aims to define a modern and evolving paradigm of these civil organizations. It discusses the Saudi civil society shifting process through a comparative approach with other Arab Gulf countries. This study also determines the missing roles in the Saudi civil society system and provides the potential to develop approaches inducing greater involvement of civil organizations in the Saudi society. One of the issues of this study has to do with the institutionalization of the Saudi society according to mechanisms that raise the central significance of people’s role and its independence. 

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