Villes, pratiques urbaines et constructions nationale en Jordanie

Jordanian towns have not been incorporated into the building of the nation, nor have they been considered in the definition of what Jordan is, the decisive factor being direct allegiance to the Hashemite monarchy. Jordanian towns are not a favourable environment for the expression of citizenship free from primary affiliations. However, in the capital, city residents manage to launch initiatives for citizen participation for the community, showing they belong to a post-modern urban elite and even making the city participate in a form of «global citizenship». This book addresses through urban life the extensively studied issue of national identity and citizenship in Jordan, examining the forms of integration and demarcation of the different components of the population in urban arenas. It takes a diachronic approach that presents the role of towns in Jordan's nation building, the management of urban spaces and the practices of individual urban residents detached from kinship affiliations.


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Publisher
Presses de l'ifpo
Title Part
Numéro 6
Edited by
Myriam Ababsa, Rami Farouk Daher,
Contributions by
Ahmad Abu Khalil, Hussein Abu Roumman, Jalal Al-Husseini, Romain Caillet, Lise Debout, Philippe Droz-Vincent, Christine Jungen, Ali Kassay, Irène Maffi, Ali Mahafazah,
Collection
Les Cahiers de l'ifpo
ISSN
19993994
Language
English, French
Publisher Category
Economics and Social Sciences > Population and Development Sciences
Publisher Category
Applied Sciences > Urbanism and Territorial Development
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
Title First Published
30 June 2011

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Publication Date
30 June 2011
ISBN-13
978-2-35159-182-6
Extent
Main content page count : 328
Code
85864
Dimensions
24 x 17 x 1.7 cm
Weight
519 grams
List Price
22.00 €
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Contents


INTRODUCTION/PRELUDE
Myriam Ababsa
Introduction
Citoyenneté et question urbaine en Jordanie
Citizenship and Urban Issues in Jordan
Rami F. Daher
Prelude
Understanding Cultural Change and Urban Transformations. Qualifying Amman : The City of Many Hats
Changement culturel et transformations urbaines à Amman : la ville aux nombreux chapeaux.


PREMIÈRE PARTIE/FIRST PART
VILLES ET CONSTRUCTION NATIONALE/ CITIES AND NATION BUILDING
Ali Mahafazah
Histoire de la construction nationale jordanienne
History of Jordan's Nation Building.
Philippe Droz-Vincent
Cities, Urban Notables and the State in Jordan
Villes, notables urbains et État en Jordanie.
Christine Jungen
Narrations denses : la révolte comme mode d'affiliation à l'État hachémite
Thick Narratives : Revolt as a Means of Affiliation to the Hashemite State.
Irène Maffi
The Creation of Jordanian National Identity. A Short Museographic Story of a Complex Process
La création de l'identité nationale jordanienne. Petite histoire muséographique d’un processus complexe.
Sommaire


12 CITIES, URBAN PRACTICES AND NATION BUILDING IN JORDAN
DEUXIÈME PARTIE/SECOND PART
POLITIQUES URBAINES ET DISPARITES SOCIALES/URBAN POLITICS AND SOCIAL DISPARITIES
Hussein Abu Roumman
La représentation des villes au parlement jordanien
The Representation of Towns in Jordanian Parliament.
Jalal al-Husseini
The Evolution of the Palestinian Refugee Camps in Jordan. Between Logics of Exclusion and Integration
L’évolution des camps de réfugiés palestiniens en Jordanie. Entre logiques d’exclusion et d’intégration.
Myriam Ababsa
Social Disparities and Public Policies in Amman
Disparités sociales et politiques publiques à Amman.
Lise Debout
La gestion des déchets en Jordanie : l’identité nationale au risque de la mondialisation ?
Managing Waste in Jordan : National Identity at Risk from Globalisation ?


TROISIÈME PARTIE/THIRD PART
NEOLIBERALISME ET TRANSFORMATIONS URBAINES / NEOLIBERALISM AND URBAN TRANSFORMATIONS
Ali Kassay
The Exclusion of Amman from Jordanian National Identity
L’exclusion d’Amman de l’identité nationale jordanienne.
Rami Daher
Discourses of Neoliberalism and Disparities in the City Landscape. « Cranes, Craters and an Exclusive Urbanity »
Discours néolibéraux et disparités au sein du paysage urbain : "grues, cratères et urbanité excluante".
Ahmad Abu Khalil
Amman selon les « pauvres »
Amman: Point of View of the Poor.
Romain Caillet
Note sur l’espace public salafi en Jordanie
A Brief Account of Salafist Use of Public Space in Jordan.


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