International Studies and Languages
Today more than 41 percent of the Jordanian population is comprised of Palestinian refugees. Some argue that Jordan has become the new Palestinian state in place of their former land pre-1948. This paper presents the complications of this claim by focusing on the Jordanian government’s constitutional provisions on refugee citizenship, Palestinian support programs and the role the Palestinian identity has played in the integration, or lack thereof, of Palestinian refugees into the social, political, and economic spheres of Jordanian society.
Dal Pra, Amelia Marie
"A Refuge for Refugees: The Historical Context and Socioeconomic Impact of Palestinian Refugees in Jordan,"
Global Tides: Vol. 11
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/globaltides/vol11/iss1/4
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