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Sheinkin as a place in the globalizing city of Tel Aviv
Vol. 69, No. 4 (2007), pp. 257-269
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41148194
Page Count: 13
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Sheinkin is an example of a place constituted by global forces. Yet Sheinkin creatively responds to scalar jumps of global forces, drawing from the capitals of the global system like Soho and Greenwich village. These models are embedded in the Israeli reality with Sheinkin becoming an incubator of post-Zionist identity. Young people from all over Israel concentrate in the place on Fridays to participate in choreography of strolling along the street with its' designers' shops, mingling with celebrities and others who belong to the cult and around the 'Hyde Park' corner in which environmental, spiritual and other worldviews are promoted. The article suggests a model to investigate such places as the organic integration of a community whose participants do not live in the place but pilgrimage to the place, a landscape that appraises creativity, originality and individualism, a choreography of strollers who search for stimulations and a set of norms and values promote in the place.
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