|Statement||Eva Etzioni-Halevy with Rina Shapira.|
|Series||Praeger special studies in international politics and government|
|Contributions||Shapira, Rina, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||JQ1825.P3 E85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 249 p. :|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||76024350|
Politics in Israel is an incisive guide to Israel’s rich past, unpredictable present, and promising but undoubtedly turbulent future.. In his new second edition, Asher Arian again takes a comprehensive look at the country’s history, demography, economy, and sociology―and provides cogent analysis of its ever-changing role in the Middle by: This book explains the American commitment to Israel within a framework of political culture. Although political culture is not the sole explanatory factor in the development of US policy toward Israel, it has played a key role in serving to shape and define the American approach to foreign affairs, thus contributing to decisions and operations Cited by: 7. The contributors consider how Palestinian and Israeli popular culture influences and is influenced by political, economic, social, and historical processes in the region. At the same time, they follow the circulation of Palestinian and Israeli cultural commodities and imaginations across borders and checkpoints and within the global marketplace. The third volume presents sociological perspectives on political life and culture in Israel. Articles by leading scholars deal with: historical development; political culture and ideology; political institutions and behavior; the social basis of politics; and social change. Volume III also includes a Cited by:
Courts, Politics, and Culture in Israel is a major contribution to the study of comparative constitutionalism and judicial politics.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" He charts the pressures created by Israel\'s attempt to accommodate the interests of orthodox and nonorthodox Jews, Muslims, and Druzes as well as. 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. It is also an enormously readable and engaging book. It conveys a strong sense of everyday life in Israel, the ethnic composition and institutional structure of Israeli society, the nuances and contradictions of Israeli identity, Israeli political culture, and the issues . “This empirically rich, theoretically innovative, and unusually wide-ranging volume brings together a set of fascinating and insightful explorations of the popular culture and cultural politics of Palestine/Israel, including music, cinema, television, cyberculture, tourism, comics, and the role of Israel and the Jews in U. S. evangelical Christian s: 3.
This chapter discusses the internal political development of the Jewish community in Palestine and, after , of the State of Israel. The rise of popular politics in the early s culminated in the hegemony of the Left, which was the predominant power in Israeli politics from until The predominant leader was David Ben Gurion, who retired in This book surveys discourse and opinion in the United States toward the Arab-Israeli conflict since Contrary to popular myth, it demonstrates that U.S. support for Israel is not based on the pro-Israel lobby, but rather is deeply rooted in American political culture. That support has increased since 9/Cited by: Palestine, Israel, and the Politics of Popular Culture - Ebook written by Rebecca L. Stein, Ted Swedenburg. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Palestine, Israel, and the Politics of Popular Culture. liberal values in the country's political culture. In a short span of time in the early s the Court effected Law and the Culture of Israel because this book offers to you personally readable information. Do you sometimes have book but you seldom get what it's all about. Oh come on, that would not happen if you have.