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Unpublished Paper
Summary: Israeli- Palestinian Ethnic Conflict
(2009)
  • Allen Gnanam, University of Windsor
Abstract

The Israeli- Palestinian ethnic conflict will continue to escalate throughout both the short term and long term world future. The current and future animosity between both ethnic groups can be attributed to (a) history based accounts and religious tensions, (b) polarizing ideologies held by both sides, and (c) middle eastern resentment toward the Jewish state of Israel. History based accounts will refer to both biased historical accounts and factual historical events that have contributed to the Israeli- Palestinian ethnic conflict. Concepts such as ethnicity, nationalism, ideology, Palestinians, Israeli’s, Arabs, and religion will be conceptualized in the research paper.

Keywords
  • Israeli,
  • Israel,
  • Palestine,
  • Palestinian,
  • Ethnic,
  • Tensions,
  • Terrorism,
  • generational,
  • education,
  • Modernist Theory,
  • Perceptual Framework,
  • Domestic Framework,
  • ethnic conflic,
  • history,
  • reglious,
  • religion,
  • religious tensions,
  • polarizing,
  • ideologies,
  • ethnicity,
  • nationalism,
  • resolution,
  • intra- ethnic,
  • power differentials,
  • biased,
  • generational,
  • ethnic nationalism,
  • resentment,
  • policy implications,
  • psychology,
  • interpretations,
  • contact hypothesis,
  • status equality,
  • cooperative interdependance,
  • multilateral,
  • lateral,
  • multi,
  • out group,
  • group,
  • conflict fostering,
  • depolarization
Publication Date
2009
Citation Information
Allen Gnanam. "Summary: Israeli- Palestinian Ethnic Conflict" (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/allengnanam/7/