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Exile, Familial Ideology, and Gender Roles in Palestinian Camps in Jordan (1948-2000’s)

Résumé : Camp refugee families in Jordan, who have been crucial in the reconstruction of Palestinian national identity after 1948, have produced what Pierre Bourdieu calls "a family of words": a fixed representation of family values and practices that has transcended exile. This representation is best understood as a "social fiction," whose aim has been to counterbalance the harsh events of history. Most social and political actors in Jordan have shaped and encouraged the idea of traditional family values. [...]
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Stephanie Latte Abdallah. Exile, Familial Ideology, and Gender Roles in Palestinian Camps in Jordan (1948-2000’s). Christopher H Johnson; David Warren Sabean; Simon Teuscher; Francesca Trivellato. Transregional and Transnational Families in Europe and Beyond: Experiences Since the Middle Ages, Berghahn Books, pp.271 - 294, 2011, 9780857451835. ⟨hal-02347184⟩

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