Rural Cooperatives in Socialist Utopia (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
288
Utgivningsdatum
1995-11-01
Upplaga
illustrated ed
Förlag
Praeger Publishers Inc
Medarbetare
Schwartz, Moshe (red.)
Illustratör/Fotograf
black & white illustrations 1
Illustrationer
1, black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
243 x 164 x 26 mm
Vikt
627 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISBN
9780275953096
Rural Cooperatives in Socialist Utopia (inbunden)

Rural Cooperatives in Socialist Utopia

Thirty Years of Moshav Development in Israel

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Scholars bring their field experience and their expertise in sociology, social anthropology, economics, political science, and other areas to bear on an understanding of what happened to a model socialist construction: the rural village cooperative of Israel, the Moshav. A number of the chapters describe re-studies of communities their authors had examined a generation ago. The overall result is a diversity of views from the perspectives of individual community members, community organizations themselves, and expert interpreters, about the causes and consequences of a decline in economic cooperation concomitant with a decline in government support and a decline in the role of agriculture in most communities and in the national economy. The processes examined here have considerable importance for the understanding of transformations taking place in vast regions of the world.
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?Chapters have appropriate tables, charts, and statistical models, and are well written. Most of the chapters have extensive bibliographies, providing serious students with the opportunity to expand their knowledge.?-AJL Newsletter "Chapters have appropriate tables, charts, and statistical models, and are well written. Most of the chapters have extensive bibliographies, providing serious students with the opportunity to expand their knowledge."-AJL Newsletter

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MOSHE SCHWARTZ is senior researcher at the Development Studies Center at Rehovot and also doing research at the Social Studies Center at the J. Blaustein Institute, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. SUSAN LEES is Acting Dean of the Social Science Division of Hunter College, City University of New York. GIDEON M. KRESSEL is Head of the Social Studies Center at the J. Blaustein Institute, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

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Preface The Moshav: An Introduction by Susan H. Lees Organizational Environment: Beginning and Later Development Moshav and Kibbutz in the Anthropology and Sociology of Israel by Moshe Schwartz The Effects of Public Financial Assistance on the Management of Moshav Economic Affairs by Moshe Schwartz and Neal Sherman The Settlement Department Unsettled by Shlomo Fox Socialism, the Moshav, and the Water Crisis by Susan H. Lees Communities in Change Looking Backward with a Forward View, Stories That Make Sense by Esther Schely-Newman Change or Renewal? Israel's First Moshav Ovdim in a New Political and Economic Order by Naomi Nevo A Note on Even Yosef in the Early 1990s by Harvey E. Goldberg Generations Divorced: The Mutation of Familism among Atlas Mountains Immigrants in Israel by Moshe Shokeid From Village to Suburb: From Cooperation to Individualism by Leonard Mars "He Who Stays in Agriculture is not a Freier," The Spirit of Competition among Members of the Moshav Is Eroded When Unskilled Arab Labor Enters the Scene by Gideon M. Kressel Moshav Ranen Is Going Back to Agriculture by David Sivan From Generation to Generation and from Country to Country The Moshav Overseas: Revisiting Issues Rather than Settlements by Yair Levi The Decooperativization of Israel's Moshavim, 1985-1994 by Moshe Schwartz Rural Cooperation and the Stages of Economic Growth by Raanan Weitz