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Vivre à Gaza : pour une sociologie de la résilience

Abstract : How to explain the social resilience evidenced by Gazans notwithstanding the challenges imposed by what began as a partial blockade in the year 2000 to become a practically unmitigated situation since the year 2006? Having shared the daily life of Gaza for over ten years, a researcher in sociology and anthropology tries to answer the question. This thesis is the result of the analysis of in-depth interviews of a population of circa 120 individuals , men and women, coupled by immersion in the daily life and availing herself of numerous and diverse reports and studies on the condition of life in Gaza. The researcher concludes that one has to probe for the origin of this resilience in the resources that constitute for the Gazans the solidity of their social institutions and the reference to a shared history.Beyond the Gaza case, this work is a contribution to an analysis of what may allow societies and individuals that conform them to overcome crisis.
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Elena Qleibo. Vivre à Gaza : pour une sociologie de la résilience. Sociologie. Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017UBFCC026⟩. ⟨tel-02076993⟩



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