Moral hazards and humanitarian rackets : the case of the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon
The predominant scholarship on the Palestinian camps can be characterised as an activist literature which reinforces the humanitarian narrative that camps are places of victimisation. This tends to be an outcome of a number of factors. Firstly it represents the political commitment that many scholars profess towards the cause of the Palestinian refugees of Lebanon. Such a disposition involves the censoring of certain unsavoury facts which might challenge the cause for refugee rights. The...[Show more]
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