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  • Judaism and Collective Life. Self and Community in the Religious Kibbutz.
    Fishman, Aryei (2002)
    London: Routledge.

    Analyzes the origins & trajectories of religious kibbutzim in Israel; Hasidic ideals that were inward-looking did not sustain kibbutz life as well as outward-looking kibbutz groups, the latter usually of German origin.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Solidarity; Kibbutz; Jewish, Israel; Israel; Commune
  • Does Religious Observance Promote Health? Mortality in Secular vs. Religious Kibbutzim in Israel.
    Kark, Jeremy D., Galia Shemi, Yehiel Friedlander, Oz Martin, Orly Manor, and S.H. Blondheim (1996)
    American Journal of Public Health 86:3: 341-346.

    Associated Search Terms: Commune; Jewish, Israel; Mortality; Israel; Health; Comparative; Kibbutz
  • 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: Kibbutz; Israel; Legitimation; Rationalization; Charisma; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel
  • Religious Community, Individual Religiosity, and Health: A Tale of Two Kibbutzim.
    Anson, Ofra, Arieh Levenson, Benyamin Maoz, and Dan Y. Bonneh (1991)
    Sociology 25:1: 119-132.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from a secular & a religious kibbutz; the latter had better mental & physical health, but its more prayerful members had worse health.

    Associated Search Terms: Kibbutz; Mental health; Commune; Jewish, Israel; Medical; Israel
  • The Orthodox Kibbutzim and Economic Success.
    Fishman, Aryei, and Yaaqov Goldschmidt (1990)
    Journal for the scientific Study of Religion 29:4: 505-511.

    Financial ratings of religious vs. secular kibbutzim.

    Associated Search Terms: Kibbutz; Commune; Israel; Jewish, Israel; Economic
  • The Religious Kibbutz: A Note on the Theories of Marx, Sombart, and Weber on Judaism and Economic Success.
    Fishman, Aryei (1989)
    Sociological Analysis 50:3: 281-290.

    Uses Orthodox kibbutzim as a standard for evaluating theories about Judaism's ability to stimulate economic performance.

    Associated Search Terms: Hess, Moses; Kibbutz; Economic; Jewish, Israel; Weber, Max; Sombart, Werner; Marx, Karl
  • 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: Commune; Functionalism; Israel; Kibbutz; Jewish, Orthodox, Israel
  • Death Customs in a Non-religious Kibbutz: The Use of Sacred Symbols in a Secular Society./Religious Kibbutzim: Judaism and Modernization.
    Rubin, Nissan (1986)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 25:3: 292-303./In Shlomo A. Deshen, Charles S. Liebman, and Moshe Shokeid (eds.) Israeli Judaism. The Sociology of Religion in Israel. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction, 1995, pp. 173-195.

    Founders of a secular kibbutz created non-religious ceremonials for death, but as ideological fervor waned, religious customs began to reappear.

    Associated Search Terms: Death; Israel; Jewish, Israel; Kibbutz; Sacralization; Commune; Ritual
  • Judaism and Modernization: The Case of the Religious Kibbutzim.
    Fishman, Aryei (1983)
    Social Forces 62:1: 9-31. ["Religious kibbutzim: Judaism and modernization." In Shlomo A. Deshen, Charles S. Liebman, and Moshe Shokeid (eds.), Israeli Judaism. The Sociology of Religion in Israel (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 1995), pp. 173-195]

    Examines the Orthodox kibbutz federation as a case of Judaism promoting modernization with a successful socialist structure.

    Associated Search Terms: Israel; Kibbutz; Commune; Jewish, Israel; Modernization
  • Atheism in a Religious Society: The Culture of Unbelief in an Israeli Kibbutz.
    Bowes, Alison M. (1982)
    In J. Davis (ed.), Religious Organization and Religious Experience. London: Academic Press, pp. 33-49.

    Reports field data from some time before 1977.

    Associated Search Terms: Atheist, Israel; Israel; Kibbutz
  • Les Kiboutsin d'Inspiration Religieuse.
    Gabovitch, B. (1956)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 2: 98-101.

    Gives a brief overview.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Israel; Kibbutz; Commune; Israel
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