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Crossing Borders, Reinforcing Boundaries: Kin-Nections Of Negev Bedouin In Gaza, West Bank And Jordan

Abstract : In this chapter, I will analyze the cross-border exchanges that have been occurring over the last fifty years between the Bedouin in the Negev and their kin and network members who became refugees in the West Bank, Gaza, and Jordan after 1948. I examine how such encounters have linked cross border populations through an intricate web of relations, while still fostering feelings of difference, power relations, and thus reinforcing boundaries between these groups.
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Cedric Parizot. Crossing Borders, Reinforcing Boundaries: Kin-Nections Of Negev Bedouin In Gaza, West Bank And Jordan. Cairo Papers in Social Science, 2008, 29 (1), pp.58-84. ⟨halshs-00446441⟩

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