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eBook Tribes and Power: Nationalism and Ethnicity in the Middle East epub
  • ISBN: 0863568041
  • Author: Faleh A. Jabar
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Saqi Books (November 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 360 pages
  • ePUB size: 1754 kb
  • FB2 size 1663 kb
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Tribes and Power provides a comprehensive understanding of the structure, functioning, and change of today's Middle Eastern tribes. In some Middle Eastern countries, tribalism has been strengthened. Tribes and Power provides a comprehensive understanding of the structure, functioning, and change of today's Middle Eastern tribes. In some Middle Eastern countries, tribalism has been strengthened by centralized policies, modern technology, and the market economy.

This work provides an understanding of the structure, the functioning and the mutation of tribes in the Middle East today. A contemporary view holds that modernity will inevitably lead to the extinction of pre-modern social organizations. However, the 1990s have shown that the tribal factor in some Middle Eastern countries has not only been strengthened but has become decisive. But tribes are not "passive" entities for they have a life of their own - they flexibly mutate, producing various ne. ONTINUE READING.

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Tribes and Power : Nationalism and Ethnicity in the Middle East. She has published a book on the Shahsevan tribes (in Italian) as well as several articles in English and Italian journals. Toby Dodge taught Middle Eastern Politics and International Relations at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Her PhD dissertation will be published in Switzerland in 2001.

SCHIOCCHET, Leonardo Augusto. Resenha de Tribes and Power: Nationalism and Ethnicity in The Middle East (Jabar, Faleh & Dawod, Hosham; ed., Saqi Books; Julho 2003. Curitiba, Brazil, v. 05, 2004. SCHIOCCHET, Leonardo Augusto.

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The 1990s proved that the tribal factor in some Middle Eastern countries has become decisive, challenging the widely held view that modernization inevitably leads to the extinction of primordial culture. More by Faleh A.

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The 1990s proved that the tribal factor in some Middle Eastern countries has become decisive, challenging the widely held view that modernization inevitably leads to the extinction of primordial culture.Centralized politics, advanced technology and the market economy, among other developments, have clearly modified the tribe – sometimes beyond recognition. But tribes can flexibly mutate, producing new forms of tribalism and providing a platform for social, economic and political action.This platform has been allowed to expand and become more complex, despite the fact that authoritarian regimes have attempted to co-opt tribal configurations as a means of control and coercion. Nobility of lineage, tribal allegiance and other aspects of tribalism have been re-activated or re-structured to replace an eroded ‘modern’ revolutionary legitimacy.This book provides a greater understanding of the structure, functioning and mutation of tribes in the Middle East today. Its contributors are prominent anthropologists and sociologists, who tackle both theoretical and case studies. The theoretical section examines kinship structures in view of Islamic and Arab culture; the case studies cover Iraq, Iran, Libya, Morocco and Saudi Arabia.
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