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Racial identity is one of the primary means by which immigrants assimilate to the United States. Drawing from the tenets of segmented assimilation, this study examines how the ethnic traits of… Expand
Levels of both political and social trust tend to play a crucial role in democracies. Yet we have little understanding of the ways in which trust operates in nondemocratic societies. This article… Expand
Bringing the rich terrain of Arab American histories to bear on conceptualizations of race in the U.S., this groundbreaking volume fills a critical gap in the field of ethnic studies. Unlike most… Expand
The Arab Spring has been described as a youth rebellion driven by grievances about unemployment and dissatisfaction with existing regimes. In this article, we assess these claims by examining the… Expand
A cross the Middle East, support for democracy is striking. Regional survey data throughout the Arab world indicates that levels of support for democracy enjoy consid erable majority support.1… Expand
It is suggested that efforts to improve government effectiveness and to reduce corruption are more plausibly linked to population health improvements than are efforts to democratise, however, these patterns are based on restricted mortality data, leaving out subjective health metrics, quality of life, and disease-specific data.Expand
Introduction: Understanding the Politics of Indigenous National Minority 1. The Theory and Epistemology of Indigeneity 2. Politicizing Arab Indigeneity in Israel 3. The Changing Modes of Patriotism… Expand
Systematic investigation of attitudes expressed in Arabic on Twitter towards the United States and Iran during 2012–13 shows how the analysis of social media can illuminate the politics of… Expand
Abstract:The Arab Barometer finds widespread support for democracy in Arab world. Definitions of democracy vary considerably, however, with some citizens emphasizing government accountability and… Expand
The revolutions that swept through the Arab world in 2010–11 were massive political upheavals in which millions of citizens took to the streets against their respective regimes. In a matter of weeks,… Expand
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