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Between subjective experience of power and location within power fields of gender and ethno-nationality: the case of Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel.

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The current research aims to understand how Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel think and experience power in their daily lives, and how the subjective experience of power relates to their location within power fields of gender and ethno-nationality. This study seeks to widen the understanding of the different ways power can be experienced, accumulated, and exercised within the context of power relations, referring to the juxtaposition of gender and ethno-nationality. This view would allow consideration of power experiences as stemming from a complex social identity embedded in multiple power fields.
Data from 32 in-depth interviews conducted among Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel will be presented. In the interviews, participants were asked to tell stories of their daily experiences of power. The interviews were analyzed considering the complex experiences of power as seen through the lenses of gender and ethno-national identity.
Looking at the interaction between power bases and practices through the juxtaposition between gender and ethno-nationality, a complex picture of power experiences and strategies is revealed. The results challenge dual approaches to power bases as reflecting minority/majority dynamics or mere gender relations, by showing how complex locations within multiple power fields can create ambivalent experiences of powerfulness and powerlessness, as well as unexpected opportunities for experiencing power. Implications of the impact of multiplicities of power experiences on the possibilities of subjects to challenge power relations towards social change will be discussed.
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Ben David, Yael. "Between subjective experience of power and location within power fields of gender and ethno-nationality: the case of Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISPP 36th Annual Scientific Meeting, Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC–Herzliya, Herzliya, Israel, <Not Available>. 2014-12-11 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p657659_index.html>

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Ben David, Y. "Between subjective experience of power and location within power fields of gender and ethno-nationality: the case of Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISPP 36th Annual Scientific Meeting, Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC–Herzliya, Herzliya, Israel <Not Available>. 2014-12-11 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p657659_index.html

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Abstract: The current research aims to understand how Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel think and experience power in their daily lives, and how the subjective experience of power relates to their location within power fields of gender and ethno-nationality. This study seeks to widen the understanding of the different ways power can be experienced, accumulated, and exercised within the context of power relations, referring to the juxtaposition of gender and ethno-nationality. This view would allow consideration of power experiences as stemming from a complex social identity embedded in multiple power fields.
Data from 32 in-depth interviews conducted among Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel will be presented. In the interviews, participants were asked to tell stories of their daily experiences of power. The interviews were analyzed considering the complex experiences of power as seen through the lenses of gender and ethno-national identity.
Looking at the interaction between power bases and practices through the juxtaposition between gender and ethno-nationality, a complex picture of power experiences and strategies is revealed. The results challenge dual approaches to power bases as reflecting minority/majority dynamics or mere gender relations, by showing how complex locations within multiple power fields can create ambivalent experiences of powerfulness and powerlessness, as well as unexpected opportunities for experiencing power. Implications of the impact of multiplicities of power experiences on the possibilities of subjects to challenge power relations towards social change will be discussed.


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