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The Five Banks Tapestry of Israeli Society: A Native Israeli Anthropologist's Viewpoint

Moshe Shokeid
Zeitschrift für Ethnologie
Bd. 128, H. 2 (2003), pp. 233-248
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25842917
Page Count: 16
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The Five Banks Tapestry of Israeli Society: A Native Israeli Anthropologist's Viewpoint
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Abstract

There has been a continuing search among Israeli social scientists for the processes and factors that affect the integrity of Israeli society. This paper identifies five "banks" in socio-cultural-geographic terms that compose its national divisions and suggest some observations about the forces that keep these conflicting Banks together.

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