5 edition of Interpreting Israeli political culture found in the catalog.
Interpreting Israeli political culture
Myron J. Aronoff
by Kaplan Centre, Jewish Studies & Research, University of Cape Town in [Cape Town]
Written in English
|Series||Kaplan Centre papers|
|LC Classifications||JQ1830.A58 A76 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||00294751|
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Described as a “premier center for the advanced study of Jewish history, culture, theology and religious life,” it confers master’s degrees in Jewish studies and a Ph.D. in Jewish history. Part I examines the Israeli Political System, such as the Knesset, political parties and extra-parliamentary politics; Part II addresses issues in Israeli society, including the Israeli economy, the divides between Jews and Arabs, religious and secular Israelis and the struggle for gender equality; and Part III focuses on security, geopolitical.
This chapter provides a broad overview of the political culture in Israel. It begins by discussing whether a single Israeli political culture can indeed be identified.
It then surveys the principal factors that shape political culture and the key changes from the early days of nation-building attempts to Israel’s current, more multicultural character. The book is a major contribution to our understanding of the history of Israeli life and mentality.’ Shlomo Ben Ami - Emeritus Professor of Modern History, Tel Aviv University, and former foreign minister of Israel ‘The book is admirably perceptive, nuanced, and sophisticated Dr Zertal is not a linear historian or mere chronicler of events.
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