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Title: Beyond the Physicality of Space: East Jerusalem, Kufr ‘Aqab, and the Politics of Everyday Suffering
Authors: SURKLELWLRQ RI IDPLO\ UHXQL¿FDWLRQ RI 3DOHVWLQLDQ VSRXVHV ZLWK GLIIHUHQWOHJDO VWDWXV have complicated family life, mobility, and residency decisions. Through interviews with residents of Kufr ‘Aqab, one of the northernmost neighborhoods on the east of the separation wall to which Netanyahu refered, this study sheds light on how such mechanisms impact everyday life. It highlights how such mechanisms have become deeply entrenched in individual, family and community structure, impacting individual partner choice and family formation; birthing and child registration; and manifested in the omnipresent system of surveillance in the form of investigators. Background
Hammoudeh, Doaa
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Birzeit University, Institute of Community and Public Health
Citation: Jerusalem Quarterly, No. 65, pp. 35-50
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/794
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