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by Dan Urian,Efraim Karsh

Author: Dan Urian,Efraim Karsh
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 1, 1998)
Pages: 296 pages
Category: Other
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The contributors discuss the nature and characteristics of this cultural tension and the nature of Jewishness.

As Israel reaches its 50th year of statehood, Israeli society faces a deepening crisis of. .Series: Cass Studies in Israeli History, Politics and Society. File: PDF, . 1 MB. Читать онлайн.

As Israel reaches its 50th year of statehood, Israeli society faces a deepening crisis of identity.

Dan Urian and Efraim Karsh have assembled a collection of thought-provoking essays by leading academics on.

Dan Urian and Efraim Karsh have assembled a collection of thought-provoking essays by leading academics on the issue of how and in what way Israel is Jewish. The contributors to the first part, "Cultural Tension," describe a culture war between secular and orthodox Jews. Eliezer Shweid opens the discussion by exploring the wide gulf that separates the two warring camps.

Dan Urian, Efraim Karsh. This comprehensive collection of articles will be of perticular interest to students and scholars of Jewish-Israeli culture and to any reader with an interest in the subject. Routledge Published December 1, 1998 Reference - 296 Pages ISBN 9780714644400 - CAT RU32512 Series: Israeli History, Politics and Society. Routledge Published December 1, 1998 Reference - 296 Pages ISBN 9780714648897 - CAT RU32889 Series: Israeli History, Politics and Society. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy.

1997) The Role of Domestic Politics in Israeli Peacemaking. Jerusalem: Leonard Davis Institute, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Asher Cohen and Bernard Susser, Israel and the Politics of Jewish Identity (Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000), chapters 1 and 2. Recommended: Ehud Sprinzak, "Extremism and Violence in Israel: The Crisis of Messianic Politics," AAPSS 555 (January 1998), 114-126. 1997) The Role of Domestic Politics in Israeli Peacemaking. Jerusalem: Leonard Davis Institute, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Dowty, Allan (1998) The Jewish State One Hundred Years Later.

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Clash of identities: explorations in Israeli and Palestinian societies

Clash of identities: explorations in Israeli and Palestinian societies. Columbia University Press. The Jewish mother stereotype has a complex history, which has received insightful and comprehensive attention in Joyce Antler’s publication You Never Call! You Never Write!

Politics of Israel Jewish identity began to gain the attention of Jewish sociologists in the United States with the publication of Marshall Sklare's "Lakeville studies".

Jewish identity is the objective or subjective state of perceiving oneself as a Jew and as relating to being Jewish. Under a broader definition, Jewish identity does not depend on whether a person is regarded as a Jew by others, or by an external set of religious, or legal, or sociological norms. Jewish identity began to gain the attention of Jewish sociologists in the United States with the publication of Marshall Sklare's "Lakeville studies". Among other topics explored in the studies was Sklare's notion of a "good Jew". The "good Jew" was essentially an idealized form of Jewish identity as expressed by the Lakeville respondents.

Featuring discussions on Israeli jurisprudence, nation-state law, and rabbinic courts, Israel's Jewish Identity Crisis will have far-reaching implications, not only within the state of Israel but on politics, society and culture beyond it.

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Culture has played a focal role in the shaping of Jewish-Israeli national identity. Since the 1950s, Israeli culture has been disintegrating into simultaneous sub-cultures. The contributors discuss the nature and characteristics of this cultural tension and the nature of Jewishness.