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Title Israelis : MF01.
Imprint New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2003-

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Series EHRAF world cultures. Middle East
EHRAF world cultures. Middle East.
Note Title from Web page (viewed Apr. 28, 2008).
This portion of eHRAF world cultures was first released in 2003 and updated in 2005.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject Israelis.
Ethnology -- Israel.
Jews -- Israel.
Israel -- Civilization -- 20th century.
Immigrants -- Israel.
Israel.
1900-1999
Contents Power and ritual in the Israel Labor Party, a study in political anthropology / Myron J. Aronoff -- Cultural summary, Israelis / Kevin Avruch -- Differentiation and co-operation in an Israeli veteran moshav / Elaine Baldwin with a foreword by Max Gluckman -- Immigrant voters in Israel, parties and congregations in a local election campaign / Shlomo A. Deshen ; foreword by Max Gluckman -- Educated and ignorant, ultraorthodox Jewish women and their world / Tamar El-Or ; translated by Haim Watzman -- Greentown's youth, disadvantaged youth in a development town in Israel / Harvey E. Goldberg -- Work and play among the aged: interaction, replication and emergence in a Jerusalem setting / Don Handelman -- Reproducing Jews, a cultural account of assisted conception in Israel / Susan Martha Kahn -- Communal webs, communication and culture in contemporary Israel / Tamar Katriel -- After the eagles landed, the Yemenites of Israel / Herbert S. Lewis -- Israel between East and West, a study in human relations / Raphael Patai -- Ethiopian Jewry and new self-concepts / Hagar Salamon -- The dual heritage, immigrants from the Atlas mountains in an Israeli village / Moshe Shokeid ; foreword by Max Gluckman -- The great immigration, Russian Jews in Israel / Dina Siegel -- Kibbutz, venture in Utopia / Melford E. Spiro -- The Saint of Beersheba / Alex Weingrod -- Nation-building and community in Israel / Dorothy Willner -- The migration of Syrian Jews to Eretz Yisrael, 1880-1950 ; The descendants of Allepo Jews in Jerusalem and Israel, 1962 and 1993 / Walter P. Zenner.
Summary This collection of 19 documents concentrates on the cultures of the Jewish inhabitants of the State of Israel and has a time focus from 1870-2000 with an emphasis on the post independence period of 1948 to 1999. The cultural summary provided was originally published in the Encyclopedia of World Cultures, 1995, and includes information on history, settlement patterns, economy, kinship, marriage, family, sociopolitical organization, and religion. Cultural data on Israeli Arabs can be found in the Palestinians (M013) portion of the eHRAF collection of ethnography.
Other Author Aronoff, Myron J. (Myron Joel), 1940- Power and ritual in the Israel Labor Party, a study in political anthropology.
Baldwin, Elaine. Differentiation and co-operation in an Israeli veteran moshav.
Deshen, Shlomo A. Immigrant voters in Israel.
El-Or, Tamar. Educated and ignorant, ultraorthodox Jewish women and their world.
Goldberg, Harvey E. Greentown's youth, disadvantaged youth in a development town in Israel.
Handelman, Don. Work and play among the aged.
Kahn, Susan Martha, 1963- Reproducing Jews, a cultural account of assisted conception in Israel.
Katriel, Tamar. Communal webs, communication and culture in contemporary Israel.
Lewis, Herbert S. After the eagles landed, the Yemenites of Israel.
Patai, Raphael, 1910-1996. Israel between East and West, a study in human relations.
Salamon, Hagar. Ethiopian Jewry and new self-concepts.
Shokeid, Moshe. Dual heritage, immigrants from the Atlas mountains in an Israeli village.
Siegel, Dina. Great immigration, Russian Jews in Israel.
Spiro, Melford E. Kibbutz, venture in Utopia.
Weingrod, Alex. Saint of Beersheba.
Willner, Dorothy, 1927- Nation-building and community in Israel.
Zenner, Walter P. Migration of Syrian Jews to Eretz Yisrael, 1880-1950.
Zenner, Walter P. Descendants of Allepo Jews in Jerusalem and Israel, 1962 and 1993.
Avruch, Kevin. Cultural summary, Israelis.
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