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Studies Israeli Ethnicity
After the Ingathering




ISBN 9782881240072
Published January 1, 1985 by Routledge
382 Pages

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First Published in 1985. Offering a surprisingly fresh look at Israeli society, this authoritative book casts a new light on one of its most fascinating and important social features- the relationship among Israeli ethnic groups. It demonstrates how seemingly contradictory themes of cultural assimilation and heightened ethnicity are linked together and explores the ways in which immigrants have retained their cultural identities when confronted with socialization and stratification in their adopted country.

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INTRODUCTION 1. INTERGENERATIONAL SOCIAL MOBILITY AND ETHNIC ORGANIZATION IN THE JEWISH POPULATION OF ISRAEL 2. THE CHANGING ETHNIC GEOGRAPHY OF ISRAELI CITIES 3. HORIZONTAL INTEGRATION AND VERTICAL DIFFERENTIATION AMONG JEWISH ETHNICITIES IN ISRAEL 4. SOCIAL MOBILITY AND ETHNIC AWARENESS: THE ISRAELI CASE 5. ETHNICITY AND THE FAMILY: A Q-STUDY OF ISRAELI CHILDREN 6. ETHNIC RELATIONS IN AN ARAB TOWN IN ISRAEL 7. PHANTOM ETHNICITY: "ORIENTAL JEWS" IN ISRAELI SOCIETY 8. ETHNICITY AS A NEGOTIATED ISSUE IN THE ISRAELI POLITICAL ORDER: THE "ETHNIC LISTS" TO THE DELEGATES' ASSEMBLY AND THE KNESSET ( 1920-1977) 9. HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF ETHNIC PHENOMENA IN ISRAEL 10. FOLK MODELS OF HABBANI ETHNIC IDENTITY 11. ETHNICITY, CULTURE, AND ADAPTATION AMONG YEMENITES IN A HETEROGENEOUS COMMUNITY 12. IRANIAN ETHNICITY IN ISRAEL: THE PERFORMANCE OF IDENTITY 13. THE DRUZE IN ISRAEL AS ARABS AND NON-ARABS: MANIPULATION OF CATEGORIES OF IDENTITY IN A NON-CIVIL STATE 14. AGGRESSION AND SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MOROCCAN IMMIGRANTS 15. THE BENEFITS OF ATTENUATION: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN JEWISH MOROCCAN ETHNOPSYCHIATRY IN ISRAEL 16. THE DYNAMICS OF CHANGE IN JEWISH ORIENTAL ETHNIC MUSIC IN ISRAEL 17. THE CURRENT STATE OF ETHNICITY: A POSTSCRIPT

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Biography

Alex Weingrod is currently a professor of behavioural sceinces at Ben Gurion University of the Nagrev, Beer-Sheva, Israel.