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eBook Family and Community in the Kibbutz epub
  • ISBN: 0674292758
  • Author: Yonina Talmon
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harvard University Press; 1st Edition. edition (January 1, 1972)
  • Pages: 266 pages
  • ePUB size: 1645 kb
  • FB2 size 1598 kb
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Garber-Talmon, Yonina, 1923-1966.

Garber-Talmon, Yonina, 1923-1966. Cambridge, Harvard University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on August 13, 2015.

Some fundamental questions about the individual and the family in communal life are raised in this first collection of essays in English by Israeli sociologist Yonina Talmon. The author, who hitherto has been known to students of revolutionary and collectivist societies mainly through her journal articles, was engaged in an extensive study of the kibbutz at the time of her death in 1966.

Yonina Talmon’s books. Family and Community in the Kibbutz. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.

Bibliogrāfiskā informācija. Yonina Garber-Talmon. Harvard University Press, 1972. Oriģināls no. Kalifornijas universitāte.

Family and Community in the Kibbutz.

Talmon, Yonia, Family and Community in the Kibbutz (collected essays), Cambridge, Harvard University Press .

Talmon, Yonia, Family and Community in the Kibbutz (collected essays), Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1972. Talmon, Yonina, Pursuit of the Millenium: The Relation between Religious and Social Change, European Journal of Sociology: Tome 111, Numero 1, 1962. Tönnies, Ferdinand, Fundamental Concepts of Sociology (Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft), Translated by C. P. Loomis, New York, American Book.

Family, Women and Socialization in the Kibbutz. Lexington Books: San Diego, CA. Hammen, C. L. & Peters, S. D. (1977). Differential responses to male and female depressive reactions.

Consequently, is the kibbutz still a kibbutz? is a question asked by many kibbutz . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1972.

Consequently, is the kibbutz still a kibbutz? is a question asked by many kibbutz members and scholars. This book presents the wide range of innovations that religious kibbutzim have introduced into contemporary Judaism. Hakibbutz: Bama ben-tchumit lecheker hachevra hakibbutzit. E-mail Citation . See issues 1 1973) to 13 (1990).

Some fundamental questions about the individual and the family in communal life are raised in this first collection of essays in English by Israeli sociologist Yonina Talmon. The author, who hitherto has been known to students of revolutionary and collectivist societies mainly through her journal articles, was engaged in an extensive study of the kibbutz at the time of her death in 1966. The decade of research conducted in representative kibbutzim, in cooperation with the Federation of Kevutzot and Kibbutzim, included interviews with kibbutz members as well as observation of kibbutz life. The author gives here a general report on the findings, followed by the results of seven specific investigations that shed light on major problems of many societies: social structure and family size; children’s sleeping and family eating arrangements; occupational placement of the second generation; mate selection; aging; social differentiation; and secular asceticism.

“This collection of essays,” writes S. N. Eisenstadt in his Introduction, “represents a landmark in the development of the sociological study of the kibbutz movement.” Yonina Talmon’s “work not only opened up the kibbutz to sociological research, but put the research on kibbutz life in the forefront or sociological thinking and analysis.”

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