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Militarism and Israeli society

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington, IN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil-military relations -- Israel,
  • Militarism -- Israel,
  • Israel -- Politics and government -- 1993-

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Gabriel Sheffer and Oren Barak.
    SeriesIsrael studies book
    ContributionsSheffer, Gabriel., Barak, Oren.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJQ1830.A38 C5853 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23622481M
    ISBN 109780253354419, 9780253221742
    LC Control Number2009028692

    (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Exploring the politics of the image in the context of Israeli militarized visual culture, Civic Aesthetics examines both the omnipresence of militarism in Israeli culture and society and the way in which this omnipresence is articulated, enhanced, and contested within local contemporary visual art. Since , AFSC has maintained a presence in and worked with both Palestinian and Jewish populations in Israel. Today, AFSC’s Israel Program works to counter the militarization of Israeli society, understanding that widespread acceptance of militarism is one of the factors sustaining inequalities, occupation, and conflict. Book Reviw Susie Linfield’s, The Lions’ Den: Zionism and the Left from Hannah Arendt to Noam Chomsky,”(Yale University Press) and Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism: Stories of Personal Transformation, (Olive Branch Press), edited by Carolyn L. Karcher, published around the same time in , are very different books. Linfield’s deeply researched volume surveys with .


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Militarism and Israeli Society (An Israel Studies Book) [Sheffer, Gabriel, Barak, Oren] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Militarism and Israeli Society (An Author: Oren Barak. Military and Militarism in Israeli Society systematically examines the cultural and social construction of ‘things military’ within Israel.

Contributors from comparative literature, film studies, sociology, anthropology, geography, history, and cultural studies explore the arenas in which the centrality of military matters are produced and Author: Eyal Ben-Ari, Edna Lomsky-Feder. If you have access to journal via a society or associations, read the instructions below Book Review: Militarism and Israeli Society Show all authors.

Reuven Gal. Reuven Gal. Kinneret Institute for Social, Security & Peace Studies, The Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee, Tzemach, Israel Search Google Scholar for this author. First Author: Reuven Gal. A useful and timely book, especially for specialists on military issues." Militarism and Israeli society book Migdal, University of Washington "Militarism and Israeli Society makes a convincing case about the security network and the power it exercises in and on Israeli society." —Journal of Palestine Studies.

From the PublisherAuthor: Gabriel Sheffer. Buy This Book in Print summary Challenging the established view that the civilian sector in Israel has been predominant over its security sector since the state's independence inthis volume critically and systematically reexamines the relationship between these sectors and provides a deeper, more nuanced view of their interactions.

Get this from a library. Militarism and Israeli society. [Gabriel Sheffer; Oren Barak;] -- Often, the classic theory of civil-military relations are insufficient when trying to comprehend the Israeli case. The essays within this book challenge that the civilian sector in Israel has.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: cultural constructions of war and the military in Israel / Eyal Ben-Ari and Edna Lomsky-Feder --Wars as catalysts of political and cultural change / Myron J.

Aronoff --The Masada mythical narrative and the Israeli army /. Maternity, Modesty, and Militarism in Israeli Society (HBI Series on Jewish Women) Hardcover – August 1, by : Susan.

Sered. The book offers invaluable insight into the application of nationalism, militarism and masculinity in governmental policy including by the Cyprus Defence Ministry, and will be of interest to students and scholars in sociology, gender studies, peace studies, security studies, politics and international relations, as well as governments and NGOs.

A useful and timely book, especially for specialists on military issues.” — Joel Migdal, “Militarism and Israeli Society makes a convincing case about the security network and the power it exercises in and on Israeli society.” — Journal of Palestine Studies.

“Militarism and Israeli Society makes a convincing case about the security network and the power it exercises in and on Israeli society.” — Militarism and Israeli society book of Palestine Studies “On the whole, this book provides a comprehensive and fresh assessment of critical perspectives of the militaristic culture present in Israel that is appropriate for the.

The Military and Militarism in Israeli Society systematically examines the cultural and social construction of 'things military' within Israel. Contributors from comparative literature, film studies, sociology, anthropology, geography, history, and cultural studies explore the arenas in which the centrality of military matters are produced and.

Scrutinizing the Israeli military, medical, and religious establishments, Susan Sered discloses the myths, policies, and pressures that encumber and endanger Israeli women in their roles as soldiers, brides, and mothers/5(5).

The Military and Militarism in Israeli Society. Edna Lomsky-Feder and Eyal Ben-Ari. eds. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp., index. Discover the world's research. Militarism and Israeli Society is a collection of articles that were presented at a conference sponsored by Israel's semi-Marxist Van Leer Institute and edited by two Hebrew University professors, Sheffer and Barak, noted for their vocal attacks on the Jewish : Steven Plaut.

Buy the Paperback Book Militarism And Israeli Society by Gabriel Sheffer atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Challenging the established view that the civilian sector in Israel has been predominant over its security sector since the state's independence inthis volume critically.

The Military and Militarism in Israeli Society systematically examines the cultural and social construction of 'things military' within Israel. Contributors from comparative literature, film studies, sociology, anthropology, geography, history, and cultural studies explore the arenas in which the centrality of military matters are produced and reproduced by the state and by other public.

"Digital Militarism is a riveting guide to contemporary media strategies, improvisations, and accidents in the theatre of Israeli militarism. The book is as ethical as it is political, searchingly mindful of how documentary practice produces mixed consequences in the everyday and at the limit of life." —Lauren Berlant, University of Chicago.

As content developer at Israel Social TV, Kinneret Golan Hoz works to raise awareness among the general public of the ways military service is structured into the education system.

AFSC supported the production of the episode “From Holocaust to Revival,” which shows the deep roots of militarism in education. A Critical Look at Israeli Militarism. In a fascinating and ground-breaking study, Yagil Levy suggests that there's no clear contradiction between the civilian echelon playing a larger role as watchdog of the army and the growing dominance of a militaristic ethos in Israeli society.

Militarism and Israeli Society is a collective attempt to understand this complexity. From the historian's point of view, the key strength of the book is its understanding of the way the space between Israel's civilian and military spheres changes--in scope and in nature--over time.

Militarism and Israeli Society is a collection of articles that were presented at a conference sponsored by Israel's semi-Marxist Van Leer Institute and edited by two Hebrew University professors, Sheffer and Barak, noted for their vocal attacks on the Jewish state.

Militarism is the belief or the desire of a government or a people that a state should maintain a strong military capability and to use it aggressively to expand national interests and/or values.

It may also imply the glorification of the military and of the ideals of a professional military class and the "predominance of the armed forces in the administration or policy of the state" (see also.

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About Civic Aesthetics. Awarded an Honourable Mention by the Association for Israeli Studies. Exploring the politics of the image in the context of Israeli militarized visual culture, Civic Aesthetics examines both the omnipresence of militarism in Israeli culture and society and the way in which this omnipresence is articulated, enhanced, and contested within local.

Awarded an Honourable Mention by the Association for Israeli Studies. Exploring the politics of the image in the context of Israeli militarized visual culture, Civic Aesthetics examines both the omnipresence of militarism in Israeli culture and society and the way in which this omnipresence is articulated, enhanced, and contested within local contemporary visual art.

Looking at a. A central theoretical concept of the book is the “public secret,” a term used to describe Israeli society’s relationship with state violence: while the brutality of Israeli militarism is known to the public, it is also hidden from sight through various means, allowing daily life to go on.

Digital Militarism: Israel’s Occupation in the Social Media Age (Stanford University Press, April ), by scholars Adi Kunstman and Rebecca Stein, has been called “a pioneering book, showing how information and communication technologies have turned into wartime arsenals, and the Internet and social networks into digital battlefields.

The Making of Israeli Militarism, by Uri Ben-Eliezer. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, xii + pages. Notes to p. Index to p. $ This is another book in the new "post-Zionist" historiography.

The author's perspective is based upon his definition and understanding of the terms militarism and praetorianism. The following is an excerpt from the new book Digital Militarism: Israel’s Occupation in the Social Media s Adi Kuntsman and Rebecca L.

Author: Adi Kuntsman. Israel's Materialist Militarism examines the decade of fluctuations in Israel's military policies, from the peace period of the Oslo Accords to the al-Aqsa Intifada, when the military's use of excessive force led to the collapse of the Palestinian Authority, and on to the Second Lebanon War ofwhich reversed the moderating tendencies of the withdrawal from Gaza a year earlier.

Militarism and Israeli Society Article in British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 39(2) August with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Bryan Roby. However, this article considers how Jewish Israelis actively shape the spatial micro-politics of power within and along the borders of the Israeli state.

Based on 12 months of ethnographic research in Tel Aviv and West Jerusalem during –, an analysis of everyday narratives illustrates how relations of violence, occupation and.

In addition, the consequences that come along with Israeli militarism both for the region and neighboring countries will be highlighted. References. Al-Qazzaz, A. Army and society in Israel. Pacific Sociological Review, 16(2), Ben-Eliezer, U.

The making of Israeli militarism. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Militarism and International Relations: Political Economy, Security, Theory Edited by: Anna Stavrianakis and Jan Selby London: Routledge, Any book with the ambitious title Militarism and International Relations: Political Economy, Security, Theory seems bound to be critical, thought provoking, rich in content, but impossible to read due to it incorporating many.

The Making of Israeli Militarism (review) The Making of Israeli Militarism (review) Goldberg, David Howard. SHOFAR Fa Vol. 19, No. I these processes to hold (1) even amongst reserve troops (who, because they are only "part-time" soldiers, might have been expected to be somewhat resistant to the conditioning of the.

A society which views other nations as either for us or against us. A society in which women would never be full, equal members in the political process because they are excluded from positions of power within the military. This section of the site features articles concerning militarism in Israeli society.

Over the years I have carried out projects that get at these issues from a variety of perspectives. I have studied the domestic lives of pious elderly Kurdish Jewish women in Jerusalem, the ritual practices of Okinawan priestesses, the ideologies of holistic healers who work with breast cancer patients in the US, the struggles of Americans who do not have health insurance, and most.

Warriors, Witches, Whores: Women in Israeli Cinema is a feminist study of Israel’s film industry and the changes that have occurred since the s. Working in feminist film theory, the book adopts a cultural studies approach, considering the creation of a female-centered and thematically feminist film culture in light of structural and ideological shifts in Israeli society.

Although digital militarism has diverse geopolitical coordinates, this book studies the ways it takes shape in the contemporary Israeli context and the history of its emergence.

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T1 - Warriors, Witches, Whores. T2 - Women in Israeli Cinema. AU - Harris, Rachel Sylvia. PY - / Y1 - / N2 - Warriors, Witches, Whores: Women in Israeli Cinema is a feminist study of Israel’s film industry and the changes that have occurred since the : Rachel Sylvia Harris.In their new book Digital Militarism: Israel’s Occupation in the Social Media Age, Adi Kuntsman and Rebecca L.

Stein analyze how social media have been used to reinforce the militaristic policies of the Israeli government; they also examine social media usage by individual members of the Israeli military, and by supporters of Israel, within.