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Urban social movements in Jerusalem

the protest of the second generation

by Shlomo Hasson

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Published by State University of New York Press in cooperation with the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies in Albany, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Jerusalem,
  • Jerusalem.
    • Subjects:
    • Social movements -- Jerusalem,
    • Civil rights movements -- Jerusalem,
    • Radicalism -- Jerusalem,
    • Jews, Oriental -- Jerusalem -- Politics and government,
    • Children of immigrants -- Jerusalem -- Political activity,
    • Jerusalem -- Politics and government

    • Edition Notes

      StatementShlomo Hasson.
      SeriesSUNY series in Israeli studies
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN660.J47 H3713 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 198 p. :
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1712990M
      ISBN 100791414272, 0791414280
      LC Control Number92015120

      Susan S. Fainstein (born ) is a political theorist and scholar of urban research and writing has focused on the distributive effects of urban development strategies and megaprojects, the role of democracy and community control in local public institutions, and establishing a moral theory of "the just city.". A member of the urban planning faculties of Columbia University and.   Cities and Social Movements: Immigrant Rights Activism in the US, France, and the Netherlands, (IJURR Studies in Urban and Social Change Book Series) [Nicholls, Walter J., Uitermark, Justus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cities and Social Movements: Immigrant Rights Activism in the US, France, and the Netherlands, (IJURR Studies in Urban and Social.

      Since the reunification of Jerusalem in , various advisory forums have been created to discuss urban planning and development. The first of these, the international Jerusalem Committee, was established in by then mayor Teddy Kollek. The movements currently gathering under the claim for the “right to the city” could mark a new phase in the development of urban social movements – one where a novel type of coalition across the city appears to have the potential to unify a multiplicity of urban demands under one common banner and thus to create a real challenge to neoliberal planners, politicians, and developers.

        East Jerusalem, Occupied Palestine Part One in a series on urban apartheids. It takes two hours every day for Palestinians to cross the military checkpoint from Bethlehem to Jerusalem so they can get to work. Bethlehem is in the West Bank and Jerusalem, though divided, is part of Israel. The checkpoint is flanked by the giant Israeli Wall. She co-edited Urban Movements in a Globalising World (), Cities for People not for Profit (), Neoliberal Urbanism and its Contestations (), Urban Uprisings: Challenging the Neoliberal City in Europe (), and has a lecture in the forthcoming book Take the City: Voices of Radical Municipalism (Black Rose Books, ).


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Urban social movements in Jerusalem by Shlomo Hasson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hasson explores the development of eight urban protest organizations in Israel, revealing how social deprivation is transformed into organized patterns of activity. To investigate how and why urban movements evolve, he depicts the housing and social conditions in which members of Jerusalem’s second generation found by: Hasson explores the development of eight urban protest organizations in Israel, revealing how social deprivation is transformed into organized patterns of activity.

To investigate how and why urban movements evolve, he depicts the housing and social conditions in which members of Jerusalem's second generation found themselves.

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