Women in Israel : race, gender and citizenship
By: Abdo-Zubi, NahlaMaterial type: BookPublisher: London ; New York : Zed Books, 2011.Description: ix, 227 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781848139541Program: MIST999Subject(s): Women -- Israel -- Social conditions | Citizenship -- Israel | Women, Palestinian Arab -- IsraelDDC classification: 300 AB WO Online resources: Location Map
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|REGULAR||University of Wollongong in Dubai Main Collection||300 AB WO (Browse shelf)||Available||T0053158|
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|299.792 RU FO The four agreements :||299.93 ZU SE The seat of the soul :||299.93 GU MY My life in orange :||300 AB WO Women in Israel :||300 AL RE Return to meaning :||300 BE IM Impacts :||300 CA SO Sociology today.|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Women, state and citizenship : the Israeli context -- Women in Palestine : the relevance of history -- Women and economic citizenship -- Women's citizenship, education and human capital.
Women in Israel provides a fresh, gendered analysis of citizenship in Israel. Working from a framework of Israel as a settler-colonial regime, this important, insightful book presents historical and contemporary comparative approaches to the lives and experiences of Ashkenazi, Mizrahi, and Palestinian Arab women citizens. Nahla Abdo shows that no solution to the problems of the region can be found without changing existing racial and gender boundaries to citizenship.