Compléments ou alternatives ?: Associations de femmes et partis politiques arabes palestiniens en Israël

@article{Marteu2010ComplmentsOA,
  title={Compl{\'e}ments ou alternatives ?: Associations de femmes et partis politiques arabes palestiniens en Isra{\"e}l},
  author={{\'E}lisabeth Marteu},
  journal={Le mouvement social},
  year={2010},
  volume={231},
  pages={45 - 62}
}
The study of women's mobilization in Israel/Palestine highlights complex relationships between gender and nationalist struggles. Relations between Arab women's organizations and Arab political parties in Israel reveal a multiplicity of forms of cooperation, autonomization and tensions between those two spheres of involvement. In analysing the evolution of those relations since 1948, this article underlines how feminist and women's organizations relate differently to the concepts of politics and… 

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