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Perceptions of Israeli-Arabs

Itzhak Shnell

Perceptions of Israeli-Arabs

territoriality and identity

by Itzhak Shnell

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Published by Avebury, Ashgate Pub. Co. in Aldershot, England, Brookfield, Vt., USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Israel,
  • Israel.
    • Subjects:
    • Palestinian Arabs -- Israel -- Ethnic identity.,
    • Human territoriality -- Israel.,
    • Palestinian Arabs -- Israel -- Attitudes.,
    • Jewish-Arab relations -- Public opinion.,
    • Public opinion -- Israel.,
    • Israel -- Ethnic relations -- Public opinion.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 118-123).

      StatementIzhak Schnell.
      SeriesResearch in ethnic relations series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS113.7 .S58 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 123 p. :
      Number of Pages123
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1082722M
      ISBN 101856288617
      LC Control Number94006331

        Only a minority, 47%, of Israeli Arabs are reconciled to Israel as a state with a Jewish majority compared to a majority of 60% two years earlier. In addition, the study discerned a significant increase in the threat perception of Israeli Arabs, with 73% fearing a severe undermining of their basic rights compared with 68% in the previous : Akiva Eldar. Lev-On A. () Perceptions, Uses, Visual Aspects, and Consequences of Social Media Campaigning: Lessons from Municipal Facebook Campaigning, Israel In: Sobacı M., Hatipoğlu İ. (eds) Sub-National Democracy and Politics Through Social Media. Public Administration and Information Technology, vol Springer, Cham. First Online 28 Cited by: 1.

      Op-ed The Five-Year Plan for Arab Israelis: the Acid Test of the Upcoming Elections. Written By: Dr. Nasreen Hadad Haj-Yahya The five-year plan for the development of the Arab community was a giant step forward towards the socioeconomic advancement of Israel’s Arabs, nevertheless the current election campaign is going to be the acid test: Is the Israeli government serious about .   How we perceive the Arabs We have yet to internalize that they do not form a homogeneous group. By ARIEL M. EZRAHI. JULY 7, arabs 88 (photo credit:).

      For the Israeli Arabs, then, it appears that perceptions of demographic strength, international language Status, and historical/cultural pride are influenced by their membership in the larger regional context and are independent of perceptions of their group and language vitality in Israel. Description [Washington D.C.]: Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 18 p. Summary: A study explored the process of collective identity development and related social-psychological factors among the Arab-Palestinian students in Israeli universities.


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Covers the evolution of identity and territorial awareness of Israeli-Arabs. This book explores the relationship between ethnicity, nationalism, identity and territory, including the identity of adolescent Israeli-Arabs.

Follow Itzhak Shnell and explore their bibliography from 's Itzhak Shnell Author Page. For most of the twentieth century, considered opinion in the United States regarding Palestine has favored the inherent right of Jews to exist in the Holy Land.

That Palestinians, as a native population, could claim the same right has been largely ignored. Kathleen Christison's controversial new book shows how the endurance of such assumptions, /5(3). "Saving Israel" is helpful in diagnosing some of Israel's internal problems and suggesting solutions.

Gordis's poignancy as a writer and speaker come from how clear it is about how much he cares for Israel. In this book, his greatest concern for the state of Israel is that Israel has lost it's sense of purpose and understanding of itself/5.

Arguing that a comprehensive and lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict depends on a resolution of the Jewish-Palestinian conflict within Israel as much as it does on resolving the conflict between Israel and Palestinians in the Occupied Territories, this timely book explores the causes and consequences of the growing conflict between Israel's Jewish majority and its Author: Ilan Peleg, Dov Waxman.

Self-perception of minority group adolescents: The experience of Arabs living in Israel Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Social Welfare 7(3).

and military courts under which most Israeli Arabs live. To quote from The Guardian (Decem ): "A scholarly work, it is a forthright and comprehensive study of the Arab minority in Israel. It contains the fullest and most vivid account yet published of the notorious Kafr Kassim affair in which Israeli soldiers syste.

Meanwhile, in contrast to its findings on Jews, Smooha’s survey of Arabs shows that those citizens have become more antagonistic toward the state and toward Jews. Over the past decade, the proportion of Israeli Arabs who deny Israel’s.

Many Israeli Arabs are voting with their feet. Some are professionals, who work in Israeli hospitals, in large law or accounting firms or in business.

And each year, growing numbers of young Arabs volunteer for national service and join the ranks of Israel’s military and : Moshe Arens. Basically, whatever you might read about the “Israeli-Palestine conflict” will be pure fiction.

Here’s why: After the 6-Day War, when the Soviet client states of Egypt and Syria were soundly defeated, it became clear to the Soviets that the way to. Israeli Arabs judge all acts of violence as terrorism in high percentages.

Israeli Jews and Palestinians’ definitions present a mirror image; however, they do not project these definitions to. The Israeli establishment prefers Israeli Arabs or Arabs in Israel, and also uses the terms the minorities, the Arab sector, Arabs of Israel and Arab citizens of Israel. You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them., Free ebooks since   Read "Intercultural differences and role perceptions of Israeli Arab and Israeli Bedouin teachers, Journal of Educational Administration" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

This study focuses on the portrayal of Arabs in Israeli news during the beginning of the Palestinian Intifada. At that time, there was only one news television programme in Hebrew - Mabat - which was (and still is) owned by the state.

This was the only source of information and images which constructed and represented Israel-Arab relations and legitimized the Cited by: Yet, perceptions of intergroup assistance may be particularly important, practically as well as theoretically, in understanding the intergroup dynamics in this relationship.

Specifically, we investigated how potentially prosocial actions, such as intergroup assistance, by Israeli Jews (a high status group) directed toward Israeli Arabs Cited by: 6. "The Israeli authorities viewed the Arab population as hostile and potentially seditious," as Hillel Cohen writes in Good Arabs: The Israeli Security Agencies and the Israeli Arabs,an Israeli best seller that has just come out in English.

Cohen's title is ironic. Updated See also the list of current history, The Palestinian Story Today Futher online resources. Britain in Palestine: > The Balfour Project: WF [Wasif Fahmi] Abboushi The Unmaking of Palestine (Cambridge: Middle East & North African Studies Press/MENAS, ) The Angry Arabs (Philadelphia:.

Arabs in Israel. Bar-El, R. The Economic Development of the Arab Sector in Israel: The Jewish-Arab Center for Economic Development. (Hebrew) Bar-El, R.

The potential for economic development in the Arab localities and ways of achieving it. Good Arabs: The Israeli Security Agencies and the Israeli Arabs, By HiLLiL cohén. Translsted by haim watzman.

Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. $ (cloth); $ (paper and e-book). When Israel declared independence in the new state includedArabs who had managed to remain in their villages.Considering that the overall situation of Israeli-Arabs is characterized by high unemployment, high rates of unskilled workers, and exclusion from other fields in the labor market, nursing is identified as a profession that can provide them with “secure, rewarding careers that might also exceed ethnic boundaries” (Birenbaum-Carmeli,p.

).Cited by: Arab hostility. Many if not most Israelis believe that the conflict is largely a result of Arab attempts to destroy Israel, and that only Israeli military power stands between them and annihilation.

They characterize the Arab–Israeli War, the Six-Day War and the Yom Kippur War as attempts to destroy Israel.