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Elia Etkin, Tal Elmaliach, and Motti Inbari

References Etkin , Elia , and Paula Kabalo . 2021 . “ The Rise and Fall of Slum Clearance Initiatives in Israel, 1965–1975 .” [In Hebrew.] Unpublished manuscript. Kabalo , Paula , and Elia Etkin . 2021 . “ Residents of Nachlaot Neighborhood

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The Pedagogy of Song

Teaching Israel through Music

Daniel Stein Kokin

-moreshet zemer ha-‘ivri (Sing Forever: The Association for the Heritage of Hebrew Song), the experience for my students (and perhaps yours as well) has not only an aural but also a visual quality: an accompanying video, readily available, 3 features iconic

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Adaptive Regulation

A Possible Model for Regulation and Innovation in Personal Social Services

Lihi Lahat and Yekoutiel Sabah

earlier version of this article, which was originally published in Hebrew in 2018 as “Adapted Regulation as a Possible Model for Personal Social Services: Theoretical and Practical Aspects.” Lahat worked for the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs, and

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The Creation of the Likud and the Struggle for the Identity of the Alternative Party

Amir Goldstein

prevailed in the student union of the Tel Aviv University since 1969 (Herut’s Michael Kleiner was succeeded by Micha Reiser). The same was true at the Hebrew University, where the Likud won the union elections in 1974, and at Bar-Ilan and Haifa Universities

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The Missing Policing

The Absent Concept of Policing and Its Substitutes in Israeli Military Doctrine

Ofra Ben-Ishai

included gray zone war (in Hebrew, ‘the war between the wars’ or Hamabam ), civilianization of the battle space, intensified day-to-day security, and medium-intensity conflict. All were hybrid, allowing the IDF to “hold the stick at both ends” (116

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“I’ll Do Business with Anyone”

Arab Teachers in Jewish Schools as a Disruptive Innovation

Rakefet Ron Erlich, Shahar Gindi, and Michal Hisherik

divided into four streams: three Hebrew-speaking streams (secular, religious, and ultra-Orthodox) and an Arab stream ( Krakowski 2008 ). Most Arab students who participate in the Arab system will never encounter a Jewish student or Jewish teacher, and vice

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Dan Rabinowitz, Russell Stone, Guy Ben-Porat, Paul Scham, Wilhelm Kempf, Lior Libman, and Asaf Sharabi

, elites, political leaders, and decision-makers. Rozin has addressed issues including women’s lives, individualism versus collectivism, and austerity in food supply (tzena in Hebrew). In broader terms, Rozin’s scholarship helps us understand the impact

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The Ethics of Citizenship in Israel

Ben Herzog

(known in Hebrew as okef bagatz) circumventing the High Court of Justice (HCJ). Thus, the amendment had substantial symbolic and actual implication for Israeli society ( Gavison 2010 ; Lustick 1999 ; Shafir and Peled 2002 ). Most notably, it

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Sociology in the Garden

Beyond the Liberal Grammar of Contemporary Sociology

Nissim Mizrachi

against the deportation of children of foreign workers, Meir Park, in central Tel Aviv, 4 March 2011. A 12-year-old girl representing these children reads a speech, written in Hebrew, that stresses her Israeliness and integration into local life. In the

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Jerusalem’s Alternative Collective Memory Agents

Menachem Klein

—the Hebrew acronym for the City of David Foundation, established in 1986 and officially cooperating with the Israeli government since 1997—uses to describe Silwan. The starting point in question is a strictly Jewish one: the conquest of the Jebusite city by