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Being Israeli: The Dynamics of Multiple Citizenship
A timely study by two well-known scholars offers a theoretically informed account of the political sociology of Israel. The analysis is set within its historical context as the authors trace Israel's
Ethnic Democracy and the Legal Construction of Citizenship: Arab Citizens of the Jewish State.
The citizenship status of its Arab citizens is the key to Israel's ability to function as an ethnic democracy , that is, a political system combining democratic institutions with the dominance of one
Towards a redefinition of Jewish nationalism in Israel? The enigma of Shas
  • Y. Peled
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • 1998
The electoral success of Shas, a mizrahi, religious political party in Israel is analysed with the help of the cultural division of labour model. Mizrahim (Jews originating in Muslim countries) are a
Mapping Populism: Taking Politics to the People
A specter is haunting the world – the specter of populism: from Donald Trump to Boris Johnson, from Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Viktor Orban, from Benjamin Netanyahu to Narendra Modi, populist leaders ...
Citizenship and stratification in an ethnic democracy
A theoretical framework of multiple citizenship discourses is proposed for analysing the transformation of the structure of ethnic relations in the yishuv and Israel. An historical overview indicates
Perinatal complications following gestational diabetes mellitus how ‘sweet’ is ill?
Objective. We tested the effect of patient compliance, fasting plasma glucose on oral glucose tolerance test, maternal body constitution, and the method of treatment (diet versus insulin) on the
Association and risk factors between induction of labor and cesarean section
Labor induction with PGE2 is associated with increased risk of cesarean section and these data should be taken into consideration when deciding on labor induction, especially in the absence of clear medical indication.
The Roots of Peacemaking: The Dynamics of Citizenship in Israel, 1948–93
The Declaration of Prsinciples signed by Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in September 1993 marked a dramatic about-face in Israel's traditional policy toward the PLO and the
Citizenship Betrayed: Israel's Emerging Immigration and Citizenship Regime
  • Y. Peled
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • 1 July 2007
In this Article I argue that the citizenship status of Israel’s Palestinian citizens has been eroding since the "events" of October 2000 and that, as a result, Israel, within its rpe-1967 borders,