Growing up in the kibbutz [comparison of the personality of children brought up in the kibbutz and of family-reared children.


New York, Springer [1965] .

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Subjects Agricultural colonies -- Israel.
Child development -- Case studies.
Child rearing -- Israel -- Case studies.
Child rearing -- Israel -- Cross-cultural studies.
Child rearing -- Israel -- Philosophy.
Children -- Israel.
Collective settlements -- Israel -- Sociological aspects.
Collective settlements -- Israel.
Communal living -- Case studies.
Communal living -- Israel -- Philosophy.
Communal living -- Israel.
Communautés -- Israël.
Cross-Cultural Comparison.
Education -- Israel -- Cross-cultural studies.
Enfants -- Israël.
Exploitations agricoles collectives -- Israël.
Études transculturelles.
Families -- Israel.
Kibbutzim -- Case studies.
Kibbutzim -- Cross-cultural studies.
Kibbutzim -- Philosophy.
Kibbutzim -- Sociological aspects.
Kibbutzim.
Personality Development.
Personnalité
Work and family -- Israel -- Case studies.
Description ix, 230 pages
Copyright Date [1965]
©1965
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-219).
Summary Relatively few accounts of the development of children in the Kibbutz are available in professional literature. The purpose of this volume is to present a systematic account of child rearing and education in the Kibbutz, and a systematic exploration and interpretation of the personalities of Kibbutz children at several age levels- from infancy to maturity. Moreover, this is a comparative study in which the Kibbutz child is assessed alongside the Israeli child born and reared in the conventional family setting. Thus, the Kibbutz child is not compared with the norms of Western society, but with those of representatives of the broader culture which he shares. -- from Preface.
Contents Introduction -- Child rearing and education -- Problems posed by collective education -- Research strategy and methodology -- Early development: infants -- Preadolescence: the ten year olds -- Adolescence: the seventeen year olds -- Young manhood: the army samples -- Summing up -- Epilogue: Some implications.
Geographic Area Israel
Network Numbers (OCoLC)260538
(OCoLC)ocm00260538
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Rabin, Albert I.
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