Search Results for jewish-and-arab-childhood-in-israel

The books I explore here were written by Jewish authors and are intended for Hebrew readers in grades 1–3. ... LIKE MAGIC BY URIYA SHAVIT (2012): THE WORLD OF AN ISRAELI-ARAB CHILD In this broad-scope novel, Shavit—a scholar of Islamic ...

Author: Einat Baram Eshel

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781793635112

Category: Education

Page: 298

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In this edited collection on Jewish and Arab childhood in Israel, contributors illuminate the experiences of the individual child with family and community, the formal education system, and informal leisure culture, and they explore representations of childhood and its perceptions in literature and culture.
2021-08-06 By Einat Baram Eshel

An example of the reduction in attributed aggression in drawings of Arabs performed by Jewish adolescents aged 13-15 to may be observed in Figure 18.3. DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORY OF STEREOTYPES AND PREJUDICE: ISRAELI ARAB CHILDREN In ...

Author: Stephen M. Quintana

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470189801

Category: Psychology

Page: 528

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Filling a critical void in the literature, Race, Racism, and the Developing Child provides an important source of information for researchers, psychologists, and students on the recent advances in the unique developmental and social features of race and racism in children's lives. Thorough and accessible, this timely reference draws on an international collection of experts and scholars representing the breadth of perspectives, theoretical traditions, and empirical approaches in this field.
2008-07-10 By Stephen M. Quintana

Jewish. and. Arab. Children. and. Adolescents. in. Israel. Yaacov Katz Introduction Socialization of children and adolescents is promoted as well as enhanced by two major socializing agents: (a) parents, family and community; ...

Author: Ruth Wills

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350157170

Category: Education

Page: 448

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How do children determine which identity becomes paramount as they grow into adolescence and early adulthood? Which identity results in patterns of behaviour as they develop? To whom or to which group do they feel a sense of belonging? How might children, adolescents and young adults negotiate the gap between their own sense of identity and the values promoted by external influences? The contributors explore the impact of globalization and pluralism on the way most children and adolescents grow into early adulthood. They look at the influences of media and technology that can be felt within the living spaces of their homes, competing with the religious and cultural influences of family and community, and consider the ways many children and adolescents have developed multiple and virtual identities which help them to respond to different circumstances and contexts. They discuss the ways that many children find themselves in a perpetual state of shifting identities without ever being firmly grounded in one, potentially leading to tension and confusion particularly when there is conflict between one identity and another. This can result in increased anxiety and diminished self-esteem. This book explores how parents, educators and social and health workers might have a raised awareness of the issues generated by plural identities and the overpowering human need to belong so that they can address associated issues and nurture a sense of wholeness in children and adolescents as they grow into early adulthood.
2021-07-15 By Ruth Wills

Bar-Tal and Teichman (2005; see also Teichman & Bar-Tal, 2008) provided a wealth of evidence that, in Israel, which is a context characterized by an intractable conflict between Jews and Arabs, Jewish children do indeed exhibit high ...

Author: Louis Oppenheimer

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781135900885

Category: Psychology

Page: 132

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This special issue reports the findings from eight studies which examined children’s national identifications and national attitudes. Data were collected from 725 7- and 11-year-old children living in countries that have or have not experienced violence or war in the recent past. Twelve national groups participated in the studies, including Jewish and Arab children (Israel), Bosniak and Serbian children (Bosnia), Catholic and Protestant children (Northern Ireland), Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot children (Cyprus), Basque and Spanish children (the Basque Country), and Dutch and English children (The Netherlands and England). The studies examined whether differences in the structure and content of national identity and attitudes result not only from processes of knowledge acquisition but also from cohort and context effects. Developmental and gender differences within each national group, and differences between national groups, are explored in terms of the cultural heritage of the particular group to which the children belong and the patterns of historical and contemporary relationships that exist between their own group and the various outgroups towards which their attitudes were assessed. Findings show that the development of national identifications and national attitudes exhibit considerable cross-national variation as a function of the specific socio-historical contexts within which children develop. These studies, considered together, indicate the need for developmental theorising in this area to avoid simplistic conclusions based upon data collected within just one specific location. The adoption of a broader cross-national comparative perspective is required when attempting to address questions concerning how children’s national identifications and attitudes develop within real-world settings.
2014-02-04 By Louis Oppenheimer

Rabbinical courts also may exercise jurisdiction over and issue sanctions against non - Israeli Jews present in Israel ... in predominantly Arab areas than in Jewish areas , which adversely affects children in Arab villages and cities .



ISBN: STANFORD:36105063221076

Category: Civil rights


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The government operated separate school systems for Hebrew - speaking children ( mostly Jewish ) , Arabic - speaking children ( mostly Israeli - Arab ) , and Orthodox Jews . However , government spending on and services for children was ...

Author: United States. Department of State


ISBN: PURD:32754082333893

Category: Civil rights


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Israeli Arab children are born alongside Jewish ones in Israeli hospitals; the Jewish and Arab mothers lie in beds and ... the shocking disparities in Arab and Jewish childhood survival that Israel inherited with statehood have steadily ...

Author: Andrew Pessin

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253034083

Category: Education

Page: 456

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22. A Field Geologist in Politicized Terrain -- 23. Fanatical Anti-Zionism and the Degradation of the University: What I Have Learned in Buffalo -- 24. What Is It Like to Be an (Assertive) Israeli Academic Abroad? -- II. Students' Essays -- 25. A Wake-Up Call at the University of Michigan -- 26. On Leaving the University of California, Los Angeles, Due to Hostile and Unsafe Campus Climate -- 27. Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions and Antisemitism at Stanford University -- 28. On Being Pro-Israel, and Jewish, at Oberlin College -- 29. Battling Anti-Zionism at City University of New York John Jay College -- 30. Students for Justice in Palestine at Brown University -- 31. Battling Anti-Zionism at the University of Missouri -- III. Concluding Thoughts -- 32. Inconclusive, Unscientific Postscript: On the Purpose of the University, and a Ray of Hope -- Index -- Back Cover
2018-03-30 By Andrew Pessin

1988. The Demographic and Geographic Situation in Eretz Israel: Is It the End of the Zionist Vision? Haifa: Author's Printing. (Hebrew). Sohlberg, Shaul. 1976. "Social Desirability Responses in Jewish and Arab Children in Israel.

Author: Sammy Smooha

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429710117

Category: Political Science

Page: 302

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On December 9, 1987, the Palestinians on the West Bank and Gaza Strip launched the most serious challenge in this century to non-Arab rule in the area West of the Jordan river. Paradoxically and contrary to common conceptions, Israel would consolidate rather than compromise its Jewish-Zionist character by recognizing the Arabs as a Palestinian national minority with full rights, including institutional autonomy. In a nutshell, this is the bottom line of this book, which summarizes part of a larger, ongoing research project that began in 1975. A major component of the project are four surveys of Arab and Jewish populations and leaderships conducted in 1976, 1980, 1985, and 1988. A monograph devoted to the 1976 survey was published in 1984. The present volume sums up the 1980 survey and the next volume will cover the 1985 and 1988 surveys. These survey data provide basic information about Arab and Jewish attitudes toward each other over time.
2019-04-02 By Sammy Smooha

What Infants, Children, and Other Species Can Teach Us Mahzarin R. Banaji, Susan A. Gelman ... That is, independently of their home environment, 5-year-old Jewish and Arab children in Israel start off highly essentialist about ethnicity ...

Author: Mahzarin R. Banaji

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199890712

Category: Psychology

Page: 424

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Navigating the Social World covers the development of social cognition from infancy into adolescence, with a focus on the first decade of human life. (dust cover).
2013-05-02 By Mahzarin R. Banaji

... the distinguished scholar of modern Arab politics and intellectual history, asks perhaps the salient (though scarcely raised) question at the heart of the ArabIsraeli conflict: What is it about Jewish and Arab children that ...

Author: Hamid Dabashi

Publisher: Zed Books Ltd.

ISBN: 9781780322261

Category: Political Science

Page: 296

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This pioneering explanation of the Arab Spring will define a new era of thinking about the Middle East. In this landmark book, Hamid Dabashi argues that the revolutionary uprisings that have engulfed multiple countries and political climes from Morocco to Iran and from Syria to Yemen, were driven by a 'Delayed Defiance' - a point of rebellion against domestic tyranny and globalized disempowerment alike - that signifies no less than the end of Postcolonialism. Sketching a new geography of liberation, Dabashi shows how the Arab Spring has altered the geopolitics of the region so radically that we must begin re-imagining the 'the Middle East'. Ultimately, the 'permanent revolutionary mood' Dabashi brilliantly explains has the potential to liberate not only those societies already ignited, but many others through a universal geopolitics of hope.
2012-05-10 By Hamid Dabashi