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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54645
Doc. No:TL24599
Call number:‭3212934‬
Main Entry:Helaine E. Sheias
Title & Author:Marginality and the spurious: Emergent acculturation processes of Oleem Hadasheem (new immigrants) within dominant Sabra (native Israeli) discourseHelaine E. Sheias
College:Saybrook University
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:309
Abstract:This dissertation describes a research process designed to elucidate emergent acculturation processes of Oleem Hadasheem (i.e., new immigrants) within dominant Sabra (native Israeli) discourse. A review of cultural, mythical, and numinous literature is woven into a transdisciplinary text founded in autobiographical narrative. The research method is an ethno-autobiographical inquiry grounded in the ethnic, historical, ecological, and gender background of the author. The research also makes use of reflections on decolonizing methodologies, collaborative inquiry, and feminist theology. This critical inquiry evokes, describes, and analyzes cultural and ethnic messages of the inquirer's personal history and the influence of these messages within the socialization and acculturation processes she experienced as an Olah Hadasha (new immigrant). The inquirer engages in critical discussion of Israel's dysfunctional monolithic and militaristic, post-Zionist ideology, which appears to substantiate the present day violence in the Middle East. In doing so, she presents an interface of dominant Israeli discourse and provides a context for her autobiographical inquiries. The threads of personal experience and insight are the warp upon which in-depth analysis, available human science research data, and a critique of extant theories are woven. The dissertation argues for the need to contribute to the development of a multicultural discourse that will renew and update a pluralistic and tolerant Zionist ideology that is congruent with Israel's growing hetergenous society of native Sabras, Arab Israelis, and Oleem Hadasheem. A motion to initiate an ingenious exchange of ideas could conceivably help establish a postmodern Israeli social entity that includes a multifaceted discourse regarding Israel's present sociocultural structure.
Subject:Social sciences; Language, literature and linguistics; Acculturation; Discourse; Immigrants; Israeli; Marginality; Oleem Hadasheem; Sabra; Womens studies; Minority & ethnic groups; Sociology; Middle Eastern literature; 0453:Womens studies; 0315:Middle Eastern literature; 0631:Sociology; 0631:Minority & ethnic groups
Added Entry:J. Kremer
Added Entry:Saybrook University