7 edition of Ethnocracy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS113.3 .Y54 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005056359|
The book under review is the culmination of Yiftachel's work on the concept of "ethnocracy" during the past 15 years. Yiftachel uses a thick definition of democracy in order to argue that Israel should not be characterized as such. For a definition of ethnocracy Wikipedia provides: "An ethnocracy is a type of political structure in which the state apparatus is appropriated by a dominant ethnic group (or groups) to further its interests, power and resources. Ethnocratic regimes typically display a combination of 'thin' democratic facade covering a more profound ethnic structure, in which ethnicity (or race, or .
Summary: In this work, Yiftachel presents a new critical theory and comparative framework to account for the political geography of ethnocratic societies. The book ends with an exploration of future scenarios, including the introduction of new agendas such as binationalism and multiculturalism. (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. I think the section on Israel should be removed. Citizens of Israel have equal voting rights, and therefore Israel does not fit the definition of "ethnocracy". Just because some professor wrote a book saying otherwise doesn't justify a whole section of the article. 6SJ7 , 4 April (UTC) That's your opinion. Search for books, ebooks, and physical The ethnocratic regime: the politics of seizing contested territory -- II: Ethnocracy and territory in Israel/Palestine -- Zionist and Palestinian nationalism: the making of territorial identities -- Debating Israeli democracy -- The making of ethnocracy in Israel/Palestine -- The spatial foundation.
How to Stop Israel's Democracy From Turning Into an Ethnocracy. Tomer Persico, a scholar of religion, says secular Israelis find themselves doubting their moral backbone because they don’t feel Jewish enough. To remedy that, they need to assert an autonomous Jewish identity that challenges the Orthodox : Ayelett Shani. In Hong Kong, it came to the surface as a result of the city’s closer economic ties to China, accompanied with the mainland visitors’ increasing wealth, shopping activities, mobility and even physical presence. It is argued that the local belonging figures in the pursuit of : Iam-chong Ip. Ethnocracy indicates a specific principle of power-distribution in a society. In his book Power-Sharing in South Africa,  Arend Lijphart classifies contemporary constitutional proposals for a solution to the conflict in South Africa into four categories: majoritarian (one man, one vote) non-democratic (varieties of white domination).
Public hearing on 911 emergency telephone service
Fires: Fire Information Retrieval And Evaluation System - A Program For Fire Danger Rating Analysis... General Technical Report INT-GTR-367... U.S. Department Of Agriculture... August 1997
Developments concerning the national emergency with respect to Angola
Contemporary Indian art
Use of a collaborative action research process to identify and to address the needs of a year 6 class group with poor peer relationships
Oliver H. Hibben.
Slavery in the Capital of the Republic
U.S. international energy policy, October 1973-November 1975.
Channel-pattern adjustments and geomorphic characteristics of Elkhead Creek, Colorado, 1937-97
Some Methodological Problems of Field Studies
first of three generations of White Wolves in China
world that summer.
Irish touring guide
SyntaxTextGen not activatedThe Ethnocracy Trap. In pdf book, Caroline Hartzell and Matthew Hoddie review data from all negotiated civil war settlements between and in order to identify these factors. What Author: Lise Howard.Posts about ethnocracy written by utsepress.
In order to highlight the excellent content provided by UTS ePRESS Journals and Books we would like to take this chanceContinue Reading. Ebook mundane description of the book notes that “the notion of ethnocracy suggests a political regime that facilitates expansion and control by a dominant ethnicity in contested lands.