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  • Fundamentalist or romantic nationalist? Israeli modern Orthodoxy.
    Fischer, Shlomo (2012)
    In Harvey E. Goldberg, Steven M. Cohen, and Ezra Kopelowitz (eds.) Dynamic Belonging: Contemporary Jewish Collective Identities. New York: Berghahn books, pp. 91-111.

    Associated Search Terms: Israel; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Identity
  • Jerusalem and São Paulo: The New Jewish Orthodoxy in Focus.
    Topel, Marta Francisca (2008)
    Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil, São Paulo; Jewish, Teshuvah, Israel; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Israel, Jerusalem; Jewish, Orthodox, Brazil
  • Is Profane Work an Obstacle to Salvation? The Case of Ultra Orthodox (Haredi) Jews in Contemporary Israel.
    Stadler, Nurit (2002)
    Sociology of Religion 63:4: 455-474.

    The Ultra Orthodox subculture reduces the value accorded work, focusing instead on studious devotion.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Israel; Economic; Devotionalism; Work
  • Judaism and Modernization on the Religious Kibbutz.
    Fishman, Aryei (1992)
    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Examines the rationalizing process legitimated by Torah charisma in the Religious Kibbutz Federation.

    Associated Search Terms: Charisma; Rationalization; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Kibbutz; Legitimation; Israel
  • Despair and Deliverance: Private Salvation in Contemporary Israel.
    Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin (1992)
    Albany: State University of New York Press.

    Interprets observation & interview data on new religions, resurgent Orthodoxy, the occult, & psychotherapy in Israel in terms of collective insecurity.

    Associated Search Terms: New religions; Precarity; Deprivation; Occult; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Israel
  • Back to the Fold: The Return to Judaism.
    Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin (1991)
    In Zvi Sobel and Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi (eds.), Tradition, Innovation, Conflict, Jewishness and Judaism in Contemporary Israel. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 153-172.

    Focuses on Israeli-born "returnees" to Orthodoxy.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Israel; Conversion
  • Religious Renewal in Orthodox Judaism in Israel--An Interpretation.
    Warburg, Margit (1991)
    Social Compass 38:1: 63-71.

    Traces the growth of Orthodoxy in Israel that led to religious parties winning seats in the Knesset in 1988.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Politics, Israel; Israel
  • Conversion Experiences: Newcomers to and Defectors from Orthodox Judaism.
    Shaffir, William (1991)
    In Zvi Sobel and Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi (eds.) Tradition, Innovation, Conflict. Jewishness and Judaism in Contemporary Israel. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 173-202.

    Based on 1978-79 & '86-89 participant observation in Jerusalem.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Disaffiliation; Conversion; Israel, Jerusalem; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel
  • Returning to Tradition. The Contemporary Revival of Orthodox Judaism.
    Danzger, M. Herbert (1989)
    New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press.

    Based on 1975-82 interviews with & observations of students, teachers, & administrators of schools for people "returning" to Judaism in the U.S. & Israel. Includes 1981 telephone survey data from New York City area Jews.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Orthodox, U.S.A.; United States; Israel; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Conversion
  • Religion and Communal Life in an Evolutionary-Functional Perspective: The Orthodox Kibbutzim.
    Fishman, Aryei (1987)
    Comparative Studies in Society and History 29: 763-796.

    Examines the Religious Kibbutz Federation in Israel; shows religion playing a dysfunctional role in a communal system.

    Associated Search Terms: Kibbutz; Functionalism; Israel; Commune; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel
  • Toward a Redefinition of 'Sect' and 'Cult': Orthodox Judaism in the United States and Israel.
    Danzger, M. Herbert (1987)
    Comparative Social Research 10: 113-123.

    Based on observations at schools for newly religious Orthodox Jews in the U.S.A. & Israel; suggests using parents' attempts to deprogram (exorcism) newly religious children as indicators of "cults."

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Orthodox, U.S.A.; Cult; Sect; United States; Israel; Typology; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel
  • The Social Ecology of Tel-Aviv: A Study in Factor Analysis.
    Borukhov, Eli, Yona Ginsberg, and Elia Werczberger (1979)
    Urban Affairs Quarterly 15:2: 183-205.

    Factor analysis of 1972 ecological data from Tel-Aviv; religious orthodoxy is a factor in the human ecology of the city.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Ecology; Urban; Israel, Tel Aviv
  • Israeli Judaism: Introduction to the Major Patterns.
    Deshen, Shlomo A. (1978)
    International Journal of Middle East Studies 9;2: 141-169. [Israel: Searching for identity. In Carlo Caldarola (ed.), Religion and Societies: Asia and the Middle East (Berlin: Mouton, 1982), pp. 85-118--revised version]

    Presents diaspora & Israeli backgrounds; describes Orthodox, Neo-orthodox, nationalist, & Oriental patterns.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Israel; Jewish, Israel
  • Varieties of Orthodox Religious Behaviour: A Case Study of Yeshiva High School Graduates in Israel.
    Krausz, Ernest, and Mordechai Bar-Lev (1978)
    Jewish Journal of Sociology 20:1: 59-74.

    Analyzes 1975 questionnaire data from 1955-74 graduates of 22 Israeli yeshiva high schools.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel; Israel
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