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by Bryan S. Turner,Guy Ben-Porat

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  • ISBN 0415782503
  • ISBN13 978-0415782500
  • Language English
  • Author Bryan S. Turner,Guy Ben-Porat
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (June 23, 2011)
  • Pages 320
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This book provides an integrated analysis of the complex nature of citizenship in Israel. Contributions from leading social and political theorists explore different aspects of citizenship through the demands and struggles of minority groups to provide a comprehensive picture of the dynamics of Israeli citizenship and the dilemmas that emerge at the collective and individual levels.

Considering the many complex layers of membership in the state of Israel including gender, ethnicity and religion, the book identifies and explores processes of inclusion and exclusion that are general issues in any modern polity with a highly diverse civil society. While the focus is unambiguously on modern Israel, the interpretations of citizenship are relevant to many other modern societies that face similar contradictory tendencies in membership. As such, the book will be of great interest to students and scholars of political science, political sociology and law.


Ben-Porat and Turner are offering in this pioneering book an insight into the conflicts .

No future study of citizenship and Israeli society will be complete without a serious reading of this important volume of original scholarship. Guy Ben-Porat is Senior Lecturer at the Department of Public Policy and Administration, Ben-Gurion University

Ben Porat and Turner are offering in this pioneering book an insight into the conflicts embedded in Israel's .

Introduction: Contemporary Dilemmas of Israeli Citizenship Guy Ben-Porat and Bryan S. Turner 1. Collective Identities, Public Spheres, Civil Society and Citizenshipin the Contemporary Era - with some Observations on the Israeli Scene S. N. Eisenstadt 2. Military Hierarchies and Collective Action: The Case of Israel Yagil Levi 3. Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion in the Israeli Welfare State: State-Building and Political Economy.

Article in International Journal Middle East Studies 44(4):847-848 · January 2012 with 10 Reads. In this paper I explore the ways in which religion and religious institutions impact citizenship regimes in the post-Yugoslav states, both explicitly and implicitly

Article in International Journal Middle East Studies 44(4):847-848 · January 2012 with 10 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. In this paper I explore the ways in which religion and religious institutions impact citizenship regimes in the post-Yugoslav states, both explicitly and implicitly. I approach citizenship as membership and through the dimension of identity. The issue of identity, as I will show in this paper, has been at the core of the triadic nexus of political community, ethnic belonging and religious.

Guy Ben-Porat, Bryan S. Turner. This book provides an integrated analysis of the complex nature of citizenship in Israel. Contributions from leading social and political theorists explore different aspects of citizenship through the demands and struggles of minority groups to provide a comprehensive picture of the dynamics of Israeli citizenship and the dilemmas that emerge at the collective and individual levels.

Guy Ben-Porat is Senior Lecturer at the Department of Public Policy and Administration, Ben-Gurion University. Bryan S. Turner is Presidential Professor in the P. Program in Sociology at the City University of New York's Graduate Center and Professor of Social and Political Thought at the University of Western Sydney, Australia.

Land, Religion and State. Considering the many complex layers of membership in the state of Israel including gender, ethnicity and religion, the book identifies and explores processes of inclusion and exclusion that are general issues in any modern polity with a highly diverse civil society. While the focus is unambiguously on modern Israel, the interpretations of citizenship are relevant to many other modern societies that face similar contradictory tendencies in membership. As such, the book will be of great interest to students and scholars of political science, political sociology and law. Table of contents.

Bryan S. Turner, Guy Ben-Porat.

International Journal of Middle East Studies. International Journal of Middle East Studies.

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