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The Emergence of a Palestinian National Identity : A Theory-Driven Approach

@inproceedings{Foster2007TheEO,
  title={The Emergence of a Palestinian National Identity : A Theory-Driven Approach},
  author={Zachary J. Foster},
  year={2007}
}
Nationalism is one of the most powerful transnation al force of the past two centuries. Although most scholars consider the phenomenon a pe culiarly modern one (Anderson 1994[1983]; Gellner 1994[1964]; Kedourie 1994[1960] ; Smith 1991b: 43-44), theories abound as to exactly when, how and why nations emerged. I ssues of nationalism in the Arab world, however, and in particular the Palestinian case, re main the subject of determined neglect (Lockman 1999; Seikaly 1991). Moreover, the little… 

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