Functional Ethnicity Or, How to Describe the Societies of Ancient Palestine?

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dc.identifier.citation Ugarit Forschungen 47 (2016), 191-203 pl
dc.description.abstract Social studies and anthropology, based on ethnographical research, take for granted the role of large populous groups in defining ethnicity. Self-definitions of the group, as well as definition by others, are interpreted as the central issues regarding large groups. The paper aims to argue for the key-role of elite groups in self-identification and ethnic creation. Small groups of elite, by defining their own “ethnicity” decided it for larger groups. This hypothesis will be tested and illustrated by test cases of ethnogenesis in Iron Age Palestine. pl
dc.language.iso en pl
dc.rights Creative Commons Uznanie autorstwa 3.0 Polska
dc.rights info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.subject Hasmonaean period pl
dc.subject Sea Peoples pl
dc.subject Ethnicity pl
dc.subject Ancient Near East pl
dc.subject Israel/Palestine pl
dc.subject Race and Ethnicity pl
dc.subject Archaeology of Ancient Israel pl
dc.subject Jewish Studies pl
dc.subject Ancient History pl
dc.title Functional Ethnicity Or, How to Describe the Societies of Ancient Palestine? pl
dc.type artykuł pl
dc.contributor.organization Instytut Historyczny UW pl
dc.description.eperson Łukasz Niesiołowski-Spano
dc.relation.lcategory historia pl

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