This book explores the orientation of Israeli Arabs and Jews toward each other and the change it has undergone. By examining the opinions of both sides after over thirty years of coexistence, it evaluates the widespread conviction that the major trend is a process of growing, mutual estrangement.
1. Introduction Part One: Key Issues 2. Selecting the Key Issues 3. Ethnic Stratification 4. Cultural Diversity 5. Legitimacy of Coexistence 6. The Israeli-Arab Conflict 7. Collective Identity 8. Institutional Separation 9. National Autonomy 10. Group Goals 11. Leadership Credibility 12. Educational Goals 13. Strategies for Change 14. Ethnocentrism 15. Deprivation and Alienation 16. Issues as a Measure of Arab-Jewish Dissension Part Two: Typologies 17. Studying Orientation Types 18. Arab Orientation Types 19. Jewish Orientation Types 20. Implications of the Typologies Part Three: Conclusions 21. Trends 22. Conclusion