Palestinian Ethnonationalism in Israel

This carefully researched and insightful investigation of the rise of a new Arab movement within Israel has important implications for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict as a whole.

Palestinian Ethnonationalism in Israel

Oded Haklai

2011 | 256 pages | Cloth $59.95
Political Science
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Table of Contents

Note on Transliteration

Introduction
1. Transitions in Minority Political Activism, Grievances, and Institutional Configurations
2. State Formation and the Creation of National Boundaries
3. State Autonomy, Marginalization, and Grievances
4. From Quiescence to the Communist Party
5. The Ethnonational Turn
6. The Changing Israeli State-Society Relations
Conclusion

Notes
Bibliography
Index
Acknowledgments