The New Israelis: A Report on the First Generation Born in

The New Israelis: A Report on the First Generation Born in

The New Israelis: A Report on the First Generation Born in Israel [PDF / Epub] ☉ The New Israelis: A Report on the First Generation Born in Israel By David Schoenbrun – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A new generation has come of age in Israel, born since the state was created in , the first Jews in years to be born and raised in a Jewish homelandWhat are they like, these new Israelis Are they lik A new generation has Israelis: A ePUB ✓ come of age in Israel, born since the state was created in , the first Jews inyears to be born and raised in a Jewish homelandWhat are they like, these new Israelis Are they likely to understand and get along with their Arab neighbors than the old leaders Are they, like the founders of Israel, fervent Zionists and socialists How faithfully do they follow Jewish ritual and The New PDF/EPUB ² tradition How do they relate to the Jews of the world To non Jews Are the new Israelis like young people everywhere Is there a youth movement, a generation gap, a drug culture in Israel What is the woman s role among Israeli youth What are their views on sex, love, marriage, children, the nuclear family, military service, patriotism, nationalism Surprising answers to these and many other contemporary questions are presented in New Israelis: A PDF/EPUB ½ this fast moving, intensely human book on the new Jews of Israel, the first book on this subjectThe authors a family team traveled in Israel from June to September , conducting thanin depth interviews with young Israeli students, workers, soldiers, as well as with their parents, teachers and army officers In addition, they obtained the studies conducted by the Institute of Applied Social Research, which are published here for the first time.


7 thoughts on “The New Israelis: A Report on the First Generation Born in Israel

  1. Oriyah Nitkin Oriyah Nitkin says:

    This is precisely the type of book I generally like to read Something non fiction, usually about a particular culture, giving information and sometimes analyzingit s right up my alley Being that this was written in 1973 as a contemporary look at the society, it s also a historical snapshot of what went on in the history of the culture in which I sort of currently live I particularly enjoy books of this sort, the type others would find to be outdated, because so often people try to rewr This is precisely the type of book I generally like to read Something non fiction, usually about a particular culture, giving information and sometimes analyzingit s right up my alley Being that this was written in 1973 as a contemporary look at the society, it s also a historical snapshot of what went on in the history of the culture in which I sort of currently live I particularly enjoy books of this sort, the type others would find to be outdated, because so often people try to rewrite history for their own convenience, and books like this make it hard to fabricate what was for the sake of what one wished had actually been.I was going to therefore give this book 5 stars I was so close Now, don t get me wrong, I ve still enjoyed the book immensely In a stage where I m getting rid of most of the new books I acquire, this one is still a keeper I know exactly where it s going to find a home on my bookshelfor rather, set of book shelves It s informative, easy reading that looks at a culture I have a particular interest in, the writing style is comfortable and interesting, and I really have trouble putting it down, even when my baby is screaming, and I need to force myself to be torn away from the next paragraph.So why couldn t I give it 5 stars It wasn t due to the author s irritating habit of repeatedly setting the scene by describing the heat emanating from the African sun Israel is actually located in Asia, he should have gotten this basic fact straight, not to mention his tedious redundancy or his referring to a particular young man as a yeshiva boche when the term is, I am 100% sure, yeshiva bocher Is this a sign of poor editing Or poor reporting Regardless, someone should have caught it Well, it was speeding ahead as a 5 star book until page 189, when the author revealed his strong anti religious bias, giving the reader the impression that anyone who identifies as Orthodox, with few exceptions, is arrogant, hard deaded, unreasonable, antiquated and, in a nutshell, not very logical or nice He basically spent the entire 10th chapter criticizing the Orthodox Well, his bias is directed at a social group that includes me, and as such I take his bias personally I m not personally offended, but obviously I can t fully enjoy the work of an author or set of authors that is are currently bashing my chosen way of life and community, not to mention my personality, or at the very least the personality of people like me So a downgrade to 4 stars, from me, anyway, was in order.But other than his anti religious bias and his poor research editing skills should I now be distrustful of the entire book I really enjoyed this and would recommend it to anyone who wouldn t be swayed against the Orthodox community by reading it


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7 thoughts on “The New Israelis: A Report on the First Generation Born in Israel

  1. Oriyah Nitkin Oriyah Nitkin says:

    This is precisely the type of book I generally like to read Something non fiction, usually about a particular culture, giving information and sometimes analyzingit s right up my alley Being that this was written in 1973 as a contemporary look at the society, it s also a historical snapshot of what went on in the history of the culture in which I sort of currently live I particularly enjoy books of this sort, the type others would find to be outdated, because so often people try to rewr This is precisely the type of book I generally like to read Something non fiction, usually about a particular culture, giving information and sometimes analyzingit s right up my alley Being that this was written in 1973 as a contemporary look at the society, it s also a historical snapshot of what went on in the history of the culture in which I sort of currently live I particularly enjoy books of this sort, the type others would find to be outdated, because so often people try to rewrite history for their own convenience, and books like this make it hard to fabricate what was for the sake of what one wished had actually been.I was going to therefore give this book 5 stars I was so close Now, don t get me wrong, I ve still enjoyed the book immensely In a stage where I m getting rid of most of the new books I acquire, this one is still a keeper I know exactly where it s going to find a home on my bookshelfor rather, set of book shelves It s informative, easy reading that looks at a culture I have a particular interest in, the writing style is comfortable and interesting, and I really have trouble putting it down, even when my baby is screaming, and I need to force myself to be torn away from the next paragraph.So why couldn t I give it 5 stars It wasn t due to the author s irritating habit of repeatedly setting the scene by describing the heat emanating from the African sun Israel is actually located in Asia, he should have gotten this basic fact straight, not to mention his tedious redundancy or his referring to a particular young man as a yeshiva boche when the term is, I am 100% sure, yeshiva bocher Is this a sign of poor editing Or poor reporting Regardless, someone should have caught it Well, it was speeding ahead as a 5 star book until page 189, when the author revealed his strong anti religious bias, giving the reader the impression that anyone who identifies as Orthodox, with few exceptions, is arrogant, hard deaded, unreasonable, antiquated and, in a nutshell, not very logical or nice He basically spent the entire 10th chapter criticizing the Orthodox Well, his bias is directed at a social group that includes me, and as such I take his bias personally I m not personally offended, but obviously I can t fully enjoy the work of an author or set of authors that is are currently bashing my chosen way of life and community, not to mention my personality, or at the very least the personality of people like me So a downgrade to 4 stars, from me, anyway, was in order.But other than his anti religious bias and his poor research editing skills should I now be distrustful of the entire book I really enjoyed this and would recommend it to anyone who wouldn t be swayed against the Orthodox community by reading it

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