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In the past few months sex panics and moral panics, centered on gendered bodies and abuses, have rocked Lebanon. Jackie Chamoun is a skier representing Lebanon at the Winter Olympics. Her qualification for the premier international sporting event is itself a success, given the lack of training infrastructures and support for athletes particularly females in Lebanon. The photos spread through the Internet like wildfire. In response, the Caretaker Lebanese minister for Youth and Sports, Faisal Karami , ordered an investigation into the photos. In a country with chronic youth unemployment and a widely corrupt professional sports system, as well as the lack of support for sports and youth more broadly, it was these photos that were just too much for the good minister.

Moral Panics, Sex Panics and the Production of A Lebanese Nation

Moral Panics, Sex Panics and the Production of A Lebanese Nation

But when they arrived, their belongings and mobile phones were taken away, and the women were locked up in two hotels north of Beirut and forced into prostitution. What followed was an ordeal of beatings, torture and abuse — until Lebanese security forces raided the hotels and dismantled the operation in late March. The discovery of the sex trafficking ring and the rescue of the women deeply shocked tiny Lebanon, a Mediterranean Arab nation already overwhelmed by the influx of more than a million Syrian refugees who have fled the civil war, and prompted calls for investigation. The case, which involves 75 female victims, is considered the worst sex trafficking scandal in Lebanon in decades and has raised questions about who might have shielded and enabled such a vast network.

Sex Role Images in Lebanese Text Books

Photojournalist Achilleas Zavallis travels to Lebanon and finds a country struggling with the effects of economic decline and mismanagement. Inflation is out of control, destroying the spending power of all but a wealthy minority. Mon 3 Aug L ebanon has long been a country that somehow held it together.
Previous research in socialization indicates that sex role definitions in a certain society are internalized and learned by its members through different means among which are books. The present study examines the image of women and the sex roles attributed to them in 52 Arabic text books printed between — and are currently in use by the majority of elementary and intermediate schools in Lebanon. The results of this survey are consistent with previous research findings on French, American and Italian books, which depict women in the traditional role of mother, whose major function is cooking and housekeeping.