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"This collected volume brings together young scholars at the cutting edge of innovative research on Israeli citizens and organizations mobilized around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The objective of these original case studies is to understand the radicalization of some Israeli mobilizations linked to the conflict and to explore the growing polarization of Israeli democracy. The composite nature of Israeli society is explored through the fragmentation of civil movements: The settler movement, the peace movement, and also Israeli Arab organizations have all emerged since the mid-1970s, illustrating a rich mixture of civil dynamism, community tensions and antagonistic political visions. These pioneering, critical perspectives provide a wealth of theoretical and empirical information on the current state-society relations in Israel, the boundaries and borders in civil mobilization and on the prospects for Israeli democracy in the 21st century." -- Book cover.
Civil organizations and protest movements in Israel : mobilization around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict / edited by Elisabeth Marteu.
New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Foreword: Movement-Countermovement Dynamics and the Dynamics of Radicalization / B. Klandermans -- Introduction: Exploring new perspectives: Israeli civil mobilization and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict / E. Marteu --- I: ISRAELI SETTLER MOBILIZATIONS. 1. After the Gaza Withdrawal: the Settlers' Struggle over the Meaning of the Israeli National Identity / D. Khalfa -- 2. American Orthodox Immigrants' Mobilization and Integration in Israel / W. Kailani --- II: ISRAELI PEACE MOVEMENTS. 3. Political Activism and Legitimacy in Israel: Four Groups between Cooperation and Transgression / K. Lamarche -- 4. Framing, Misframing, and Reframing: 'The Fiddler at Beit-Iba Checkpoint'/ R. Ginsburg -- 5. Activists Squeezed between the 'Apartheid Wall' and the 'Separation Fence': The Radicalism versus Pragmatism Dilemma of Social Movements, The Case of the Israeli Separation Barrier / Y. Feinstein -- 6. Doves of a Feather: A Comparative Analysis of Identity-Based Peace and Conflict Resolution Organizations (P/CROs) in Israel, Northern Ireland and South Africa / R. Schwartz -- 7. Looking Out for the Arabs: Mobilization in Favor of the Israeli Arab Sector in the Galilean Mitzpim Hilltop Settlements / P. Renno --- III: PALESTINIAN ARAB ORGANIZATIONS IN ISRAEL AND JERUSALEM. 8. Lawyering for the Cause of the Arab Minority in Israel: Litigation as Means for Collective Action / H. Sallon -- 9. Arab Palestinian Women's Organizations in Israel: Civil Organizations without National Movement? / E. Marteu -- 10. The Battle for Recognition: Civil Society, Citizenship and the Political Rise of the Negev Bedouin / R.Ratcliffe -- 11. Inhabitants' Mobilization for City Planning in East Jerusalem / I.Salenson.
xix, 260 pages : ill
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- רשומה מקושרת: Framing, misframing, and reframing :
- רשומה מקושרת: Guardians and guards :
- רשומה מקושרת: Constructing the ideal officer :
- רשומה מקושרת: Introduction :
- רשומה מקושרת: The IDF moving towards a professional force :
- רשומה מקושרת: Arab Palestinian Women's Organization in Israel :
- רשומה מקושרת: Activists squeezed between the "Apartheid Wall" and the "Separation Fence" :
- רשומה מקושרת: Gender segregation or women's exclusion? :
- רשומה מקושרת: After the Gaza withdrawal :
- רשומה מקושרת: Who controls the IDF? :
- רשומה מקושרת: The battle for recognition :
- רשומה מקושרת: Conclusion :
- רשומה מקושרת: Doves of a feather :
- רשומה מקושרת: Women singing, cadets leaving :
- רשומה מקושרת: American Orthodox immigrants' mobilization and integration in Israel.
- רשומה מקושרת: Inhabitants' mobilization for city planning in East Jerusalem.
- רשומה מקושרת: Civil-security relations in Israel :
- רשומה מקושרת: Swords, scrolls, and civilization of the military :
- רשומה מקושרת: Looking out for the Arabs :
- רשומה מקושרת: Intentional ambiguity :
- רשומה מקושרת: Political activism and legitimacy in Israel :
- רשומה מקושרת: The nature and course of the dialogue between the civilian sector and the defense establishment in Israel regarding the planning and building of military installations and bases.
- רשומה מקושרת: Lawyering for the cause of the Arab minority in Israel :
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