This article focuses on the development since the second Palestinian intifada of a new consensus in Israeli Jewish society with regard to the Arab minority, which the authors call "the New Zionist Hegemony." After describing the attitudes and beliefs undergirding the new consensus, the article focuses on four areas in which it manifests itself: legislation, government policies, public opinion, and public discourse. The result of the new policies is to change the meaning of citizenship for non-Jews in an ethnic Jewish state.
Research Article| October 01 2003
Redrawing the Boundaries of Citizenship: Israel's New Hegemony
Journal of Palestine Studies (2003) 33 (1): 5–22.
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Nadim N. Rouhana, Nimer Sultany; Redrawing the Boundaries of Citizenship: Israel's New Hegemony. Journal of Palestine Studies 1 October 2003; 33 (1): 5–22. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/jps.2003.33.1.5
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