Reconceptualizing the Culture Conflict among Israeli Jews
This essay argues that, whereas one can appropriately describe Israel-Jewish society as bi-polar with regard to some issues, and whereas public perception supports the notion of bi-polarity, the two culture theory is misleading. One reason the media and members of the cultural elite persist in this description may be because it serves their own political agenda.
Name of Publication: Israel Studies
Page Number(s): 172-189
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Liebman, Charles S. Reconceptualizing the Culture Conflict among Israeli Jews. Israel Studies. Zivion. 2005: 172-189. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=2745
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