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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54659
Doc. No:TL24613
Call number:‭MR73647‬
Main Entry:Stephen W. Sheps
Title & Author:The Role of Zionism in Diasporic Jewish Education: On Education, Language and CommunityStephen W. Sheps
College:University of Windsor (Canada)
Date:2009
Degree:M.A.
student score:2009
Page No:114
Abstract:Zionism has become more than just a social movement; it has become a politicized ideological construct, an institution, an extension of Israeli politics and is commonly viewed as the unifying facet of what it means to be Jewish in the North American Diaspora. Within the Diaspora, there is an element of Zionism contained in Jewish educational resources that cannot go unnoticed. It is my belief that the methods of education used within these Diasporic communities impacts the way that Jews perceive themselves, each other and their relationship to the conflict in Israel/Palestine, reinforcing Zionist ideologies, beliefs, and a sense that unwavering loyalty and support for the homeland is something worth defending at all costs. Reevaluating the significance of educational materials and images found within them, the ideological nature of language and discourses of power will potentially create a dialogue into the conflict, self-reflexive understanding, and perhaps hope for peace.
Subject:Education; Social sciences; Educational sociology; Social research; Judaic studies; 0751:Judaic studies; 0340:Educational sociology; 0344:Social research
Added Entry:University of Windsor (Canada)