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Achilli, Luigi. Disengagement from Politics: Nationalism, Political Identity, and the Everyday in a Palestinian Refugee Camp in Jordan. Critique of Anthropology 34:2 (2014): 234-257.
(The Middle East and Turkey (excl. North Africa) - Jordan, Palestine - Ethnic-nationalism, Everyday nationalism - Political Agency, Political Identity, Arab Spring, Palestinian refugees, Ordinary, Carl Schmitt - Participant Observation - Semi-structured interviews.)