The introduction lays out the argument of the book, the challenges of native ethnography, and the issue of data collection. It provides a general history of Moroccan Jews and the reasons behind the methodological focus on a remote Muslim population. This chapter also discusses in detail the social, economic, and educational background of the different generations.
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