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The Arab Minority in Israel,
                        1967–1991Political Aspects$
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Jacob M. Landau

Print publication date: 1993

Print ISBN-13: 9780198277125

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198277125.001.0001

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Social Change: Village, Town, Tribe

Social Change: Village, Town, Tribe

(p.48) 4 Social Change: Village, Town, Tribe
The Arab Minority in Israel, 1967–1991

Alison Sharrock

Oxford University Press

This chapter discusses social change among Arab minority in Israel from 1967—1981. The proletarianization of villages and the transformation of towns and tribes are attributed to the spread of education and literacy, the pervasiveness of mass communication, and the constant contact with the neighbouring Jewish society. The social change process was hastened by occupational shifts via increased mobility of workers in various channels, and the expropriation of Arab agricultural lands.

Keywords:   social change, Arab minority, Israel, towns, villages, tribes, mobility of workers, literacy, education

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