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As an integral product of these intertwined urban histories and processes of “creative destruction” (Harvey, 1991), Jaffa has long been a city of acute social contradictions. As a binational “contact zone” (Pratt, 1999), Jaffa constantly reproduces different forms of urban mix—Arabs and Jews, veteran residents and newcomers, Mizrahim and Ashkenazim, rich and poor. It encompasses a heterogeneous variety of historical neighborhoods alongside new residential quarters often built on the ruins of previously demolished Arab houses.
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2) It reduces social actors to predetermined ethnonatinal roles by overstating the power of the state and nationalist ideologies. Downplaying cross-communal coalitions and mixed sociality, it overlooks the tensions among urban capitalism, ethnic regimes, city planning, and local governance. (3) It essentializes cities as metonymic cultural representations of the nation, thus dismissing the internal complexity and potential change of urban imaginaries. Outline of a Theory of Urban–Ethnic Mix in Israel/Palestine In line with the first principles of relational sociology (Dépelteau, 2008, p.