Israelis in conflict: hegemonies, identities and challenges

Adriana Kemp (Editor), Uri Ram (Editor), David Newman (Editor), Oren Yiftachel (Editor)

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Globalisation and increased cultural heterogeneity have had a major impact on states whose identity has been defined in terms of a single, often socially constructed, allegiance to the state and a single hegemonic ideology. Nowhere are changing notions of identity more prevalent than in Israel, a country whose dominant (Western-Jewish) society has been subject to understanding their past and present in terms of a single ideology of state formation — Zionism. This book challenges some of the traditional analytical paradigms prevalent in Israeli social science for the past fifty years.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrighton
PublisherSussex Academic Press
Number of pages333
ISBN (Print)9781845196745, 9781903900659
StatePublished - May 2004


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