المجلة الدولية للبحوث الأكاديمية

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The societies of the Maghreb Ottoman states from the 16th to the 19th century A historical social approach


The history of the Maghreb countries is characterized by a historical intensity that has made its past continuous in its present, and because history is the collective memory by excellence, the return to this history by examination, analysis and comparison is a very important methodological question to explain and understand the present and to foresee the future. The study limited to the local history presents a partial and cut image because it does not contain the dimensions of the influence and the external impact participating in the formulation of the local historical event. this study entitled '' The societies of the Maghreb Ottoman states from the 16th to the 19th century, a historical social approach '' satisfies an ambition to participate seriously in the enrichment of the orientation which has evolved constantly concerning the study of '' total history '' including the history of the Maghreb states during the Ottoman existence as a geographical and political unit, given that the historical circumstances experienced by this region during the Ottoman reign had overlaps, similarities, overlaps, influence and vulnerability as a natural result of the set of global objective circumstances characterizing the Maghreb countries since their appropriation by the Ottomans, with the exception of Far Morocco, which remained uncontrollable. Despite the affirmation of this conviction in the speech of many researchers and interested in this subject, it has not yet been completed sufficiently. Hence, this approach tries to take into account these links and lines without blurring or ignoring the specificities or denying the differences between the levels of historical or social composition of each country. the geography and location of the Maghreb countries have pushed to show the region as a strategic site through the eras, and In the sixteenth century, the Ottoman Maghrebin alliance (with the exception of Morroco) appeared in response to the strategic changes in the technical structure of the European navy, that the Maghreb no longer had the capacity to confront or contain its risks One of the most important results of this alliance, which allowed the Ottomans to gain their full weight in the region, was the emergence of social and political relations and interactions that contributed to the diversity of groups, resulting from marital relations between East and Europe immigrants and the local component, especially urban dwellers, whose distribution was subject to physical and political criteria, they were less homogeneous in comparison with rural society, as well as the role of geographical location and nature of interests in determining the relationship between each group with Ottoman authority. Therefore, this paper seeks to focus on the reality and the relations of the Maghreb communities during the Ottoman period, that they concern the relations between the authorities and the population through the methods applied by the leaders


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human groups, Ottoman authority. regency of Algeria, regency of Tunisia, regency of Tripoli in the West,

Yazar: محمد مقصودة -
Sayfa Sayısı: 302-322
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29228/ijarstudies.2.23443
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المجلة الدولية للبحوث الأكاديمية
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