The study aims to reconstruct some small part of the experience of Palestinians who were peasants until 1948, then become refugees, and who re-emerged after 1967 as militants and revolutionaries. Key question: What kind of personal experiences and collective stories triggers moral outrage?
Design of the study
Empirical fieldwork/ interviews with camp Palestinians in Lebanon carried out between 1975 and 1978.
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon
This study is about the “emotional context”/”breeding ground” for mobilization and radicalization to action. Offers a glimpse in to the “terrorist” angle.
This study offers a detailed description of personal life stories of Palestinian revolutionaries.
Key words: Palestinians, Lebanon, moral outrage, emotions, political violence, mobilization, radicalization