Narratives of ethnicity and nationalism : a case study of Circassians in Jordan

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Abu Assab, Nour;
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This research is an exploration of ethnic narratives of the Circassian\ud community in Jordan, in addition to the nationalist narratives promoted by the state\ud of Jordan, and their reconstruction by the research participants. This research aims to\ud understand how th... View more
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