Jewish identities in a changing world ; v. 10.
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What do the statistics tell us? In schools Changes in the public sphere The Shoah: deficit, plethora and loss of meaning Global anti-Semitism The Jews in France: developments and concerns Anti-Semitism (almost) without Jews The power of the imagination A sociological intervention Muslim anti-Semitism: the view from prison The Jews, the ChaldoAssyrians and the others Anti-Semitism at local level An unusual variant of "global" anti-Semitism "Why there were no clashes in Sarcelles" The Marseilles counterpoint: the Pieds-Noirs and the Jews The fears of the Jews in Alsace Malaise in the Alsatian countryside Two extreme right political forces, two anti-Semitic rationales Mohammed Latrèche and the Parti des Musulmans de France Desecrations Boycotting Israel Two extreme cases of anti-Zionism Leftism in decline and extreme anti-Zionism The clamour of the media and the silence of the teachers Dealing with the Shoah in schools Ethnic diversity in schools Abuse and attacks Anti-Semitism in schools and globalisation.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index. "Works by Michel Wieviorka": page [xix]-xx.