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Entre dedans et dehors : vécus parentaux des détenus politiques palestiniens en Israël

Abstract : Between inside and outside: parental experiences of Palestinian political prisoners in Israel - Since 1967, a central role was given to the prison system in the process of occupation and colonization of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Every Palestinian family has undergone this experience, particularly since the massive waves of arrests that marked the First Intifada (1987-1993), then the Second Intifada (2000-2004). The Israeli authorities have implemented family repressive measures which were aimed to control by a deep knowledge of Palestinian society. In prison, parenthood has been used as a tool of political pressure. Since the second Intifada, the increasing spatial carceralization of the Occupied Territories had as a corollary the installation of a new prison management. Both processes have led to the routinization of the remoteness of the prisoners from their families and to their isolation. However, an increased porosity between inside and outside made possible the emergence of alternative parenthood. These parenthoods were experienced as enlarged, collective, and through dematerialized means (radio, cell phone, internet and reproductive technologies) able to overcome the confinement and the remoteness of bodies.
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Stephanie Latte Abdallah. Entre dedans et dehors : vécus parentaux des détenus politiques palestiniens en Israël. Champ Pénal, Champ pénal, 2014, XI, pp.en ligne. ⟨10.4000/champpenal.8736⟩. ⟨hal-03460639⟩



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