Arab Minority Nationalism in Israel: The Politics of Indigeneity

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Taylor & Francis, 2011/03/17 - 336 ページ
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National minorities and their behaviour have become a central topic in comparative politics in the last few decades. Using the relationship between the state of Israel and the Arab national minority as a case study, this book provides a thorough examination of minority nationalism and state-minority relations in Israel.

Placing the case of the Arab national minority in Israel within a comparative framework, the author analyses major debates taking place in the field of collective action, social movements, civil society and indigenous rights. He demonstrates the impact of the state regime on the political behaviours of the minorities, and sheds light on the similarities and differences between various types of minority nationalisms and the nature of the relationship such minorities could have with their states.

Drawing empirical and theoretical conclusions that contribute to studies of Israeli politics, political minorities, indigenous populations and conflict issues, this book will be a valuable reference for students and those in policy working on issues around Israeli politics, Palestinian politics and the broader Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

 

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understanding the politics of indigenous national minorities
1
1 The theory and epistemology of indigeneity
12
2 Politicizing Arab indigeneity in Israel
28
3 The changing modes of patriotism and longing for the homeland
77
4 Internally displaced Palestinians and the dialectics of presence and absence
108
5 ArabPalestinian leadership in Israel and the politics of contention
132
visionary documents and political mobilization
161
7 Civil society and the challenges of empowerment development and democratization
188
Azmi Bishara and beyond
226
future visions and horizons of expectations in stateminority relations in Israel
268
Notes
281
Bibliography
288
Index
315
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Amal Jamal is Professor in the Department of Political Science atTel Aviv University and Head of the Walter Lebach Institute for Jewish-Arab Coexistence Through Education.

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