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					Faculty of Arts,
Menufia University

The Faculty of Arts, Menufia University organizes its
Second Symposium from 2nd through 4th of November
2010 on, Faculty of Arts, Menufia University

Sponsored by:
Professor/Mohammed Abdel-Maksoud Ezz-Al-Arab
President of the University, Chairman of Symposium
Professor/ Ahmed Abdel-Kader Al-Shazly
Dean of the faculty

              Rapporteur of Symposium
         Professor/ Hasnaa Mahmoud Mahgoub
Vice-Dean of the Faculty for Post-Graduate and Research
Affairs.
Introduction:-
Slums in Egypt: Manifestations and Remedies
 It is noticeable that Egypt has witnessed changes
recently.The life of Egyptian citizens has been radically
changed,both positively and negatively.
It has been suggested that the "spread of slums in Egypt"
is the source of such change.But slums do not refer to
spatial or geographic randomness,but to disorganization
in all fields of life.
Randomness leads easily to chaos, as witnessed in Egypt
currently. Inquires include :
(1) Does the Egyptian society experience a state of
general anarchy?
(2)Has spatial randomness affected randomness of
thought and life or vice versa?
(3) Does the phenomenon of slums pose a serious peril to
society?
(4) Where do slums exist in the daily life of each
Egyptian?
(5) How can we make use of modern technological
methods to remedy the negative manifestations of slums?
The present attempts to answer these inquires through
specialized academic papers and studies on "the spread
of slums".

Focal Points:-
First : Chronological Aspects of Slums in the
20th Century :
This focal point handles the history of slums and their
roots with special focus on the 20th century when slums
mushroomed in Egypt.
A- Historical development of slums and their current
exaceberation.
B- Impact of slums on antiquities and tourism.
Second : Spatial and Environmental Dimensions
of Slums :
Randomness of place and environment is the most
prominent type of slums in Egypt. Random buildings and
accommodation in Egypt incudes about one-fourth of the
population.
a- Randomness and population map in Egypt.
b- Signs of randomness in the economic map.
c- Randomness and the geographic map.
d- Signs of randomness in the environment.
Third : Randomness of social life in Egypt :
Randomness has led to many changes in the social life in
Egypt, along with the behaviour of the Egyptian citizens.
Fourth : Randomness and Human Behaviour :
Human behaviour has been influced by slums and the
random life in Egypt.
a- Psychological impacts of slums.
b- Impact of the random behaviour on individuals.
c- Impact of slums as a cause of various psychiatric
diseases.
Fifth : Cultural and Intellectual Randomness:
a- Randomness of thought and ideology of slums.
b- Random decisions and legislations.
c- Random education.
d- Randomness in light of the informatics revolution.
e- Mass media and slums.
Sixth : Developmental Assessment for Remedies
of Slums:
a- Role of the government
b- Activities of non-governmental organizations {NGOs}
c- Efforts of businessmen

Symposium Activies :
- Researches, reports and case studies.
- Round tables and workshops.
- Book fair, alongs with other audio-visual aids, datafiles
and laser CDs.
- Exhibition for equipment of information technology
and libraries.
- Exhibition of environmental products.

Imporant Notes:
- Partcipation forms and abstracts are to be sent before
June 1,2010.
- Deadline for submitting texts of papers and studies is
October 1,2010, a print hard copy and a CD copy
(xp windows and later versions).
- Maximum number of pages for each paper is 20,
(adapted to scientific methodological requirements).
          Type of participation                    Fees
   Egyptian participant with a paper              055 L.E
 Egyptian participant without apaper              005 L.E
    Foreign participant with a paper            055 dollars
 Foreign participant without a paper            055 dollars
            Foreign students                    300 dollars
            Egyptian students                     005 L.E
It is stipulated that the paper is not be published or
presented before at any academic symposium or
             Hotel                 Single        double
       University Hotel            75 L.E        055 L.E
   University Hotel for Arab      055 L.E        005 L.E
         Participants
    Venicia Village Resort         50 L.E        055 L.E
periodical.
- Papers presented are to be evaluated by the academic
committee of the symposium.
- Works submitted by participants during the
proceedings of the symposium are not returned,
whether accepted or not.
Rates of Participation:

Cost of accommodation for one night:

Rates of fair reservations:
Area 2*2m
1- 500 L.E. for publishers of print publications.
2- 750 L.E. for producers of programming material and
publishers of non-print material.
3-500 L.E. for any other environmental products
{foods,clothes,etc}.

Payment of fees:
Fees are to be paid at the Faculty of Arts, Menufia
University in cash or check for the Egyptian Central
Bank,account No.9/450/80768/9 in Egyptian
pounds,account of unified treasury,special
accounts,Menufia university,Faculty of
Arts,Development fund.Payment in us dollar is at the
symposium.
Mail address:
                   art@menofia.edu.eg
            mostafa_kamel1978@yahoo.com
              www.http://art.menofia.edu.eg


Faculty of Arts, Menufia university, Shibin
Al-kom,Menufia Governorate.
Tel:0482221987                 Fax: 0282235
691-0107200218-0101340495
                                 { public Relations}
Email:
                 art@menofia.edu.eg
          mostafa_kamel1978@yahoo.com
            www.http://art.menofia.edu.eg

				
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