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“We Are All Jordan”: The Dynamic Definition of “We” in the Hashemite Kingdom (The Effects of Identity Precariousness on the Participation of Palestinian-Jordanians)

@inproceedings{Karmel2014WeAA,
  title={“We Are All Jordan”: The Dynamic Definition of “We” in the Hashemite Kingdom (The Effects of Identity Precariousness on the Participation of Palestinian-Jordanians)},
  author={E. Karmel},
  year={2014}
}
This thesis analyses the hirak movements that emerged in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in 2011. Amalgamating literature from studies of identity and defensive democratization, the thesis places two central questions into historical context: why did the hirak movements emerge in the rural tribal strongholds of the Hashemite monarchy before spreading into urban centers? And why did the founders of more urban and demographically heterogeneous hirak collectively agree in the nascent stages of… Expand

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