קליטה חברתית וזהות יהודית של עולי רוסיה צעירים השוהים באולפנים קיבוציים

By David Mittelberg, Lilach Lev Ari

Institute for the Research on the Kibbutz and the Cooperative Idea, University of Haifa, March 1992

Following the wide-scale immigration of Russian Jews to Israel, this research examines the influence of kibbutz ulpans (Israeli schools teaching Hebrew in an immersive environment) on the Russian population in comparison to Jewish tourists from western countries that have also participated in the same programs. The analysis focuses on the participants' expectations from the kibbutz and their interactions with its members, and also on the experience's effect on the Jewish and Israeli identity of the participants. The research concludes that since the majority of Russian immigrants arrive with narrow Jewish backgrounds, the programs have great impact on them, thereby contributing to a successful integration into Israeli society.

Topic: Kibbutz, Russian Jews, Jewish Identification, Acculturation, Hebrew, Israel Experience, Education

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Coverage: Israel

Language: Hebrew

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Mittelberg, David. Lev Ari, Lilach. קליטה חברתית וזהות יהודית של עולי רוסיה צעירים השוהים באולפנים קיבוציים. Institute for the Research on the Kibbutz and the Cooperative Idea, University of Haifa. March 1992: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13715


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