By Keren Sharvit, Eran Halperin
Due to its depth and huge results either in the community and globally, the Israeli-Palestinian clash has drawn the eye of students from quite a few disciplines, who try to clarify the motives of the clash and the explanations for the problems in resolving it. between those you will see historians, geographers, political scientists, sociologists and others. This quantity explores the Israeli-Palestinian clash from a social psychology point of view. on the middle of the ebook is a conception of intractable conflicts, as constructed by means of Daniel Bar-Tal of Tel Aviv collage, utilized to the Israeli-Palestinian clash.
Opening with an advent to the Israeli-Palestinian clash scenario and some chapters at the theoretical backgrounds of the construction of a societal ethos of clash, the quantity then strikes to an research of the psycho-social underpinnings of the clash, whereas concluding with a dialogue of the opportunity of long-standing peace within the sector. one of the issues incorporated within the insurance are:
· id formation in the course of clash
· The Israeli and Palestinian ethos of conflict
· the real position of Palestinian and Israeli education
· An research of the management within the Israeli-Palestinian peace process
· The demanding situations and capability in the direction of a highway to peace within the region
All participants to the quantity are pre-eminent students of the Israeli-Palestinian clash, and plenty of of them have felt the effect of Bar-Tal’s formulations of their personal paintings. A wealthy source if you are fans of Dr. Bar-Tal's paintings, if you happen to research intractable conflicts in all its varieties, and in case you have a selected curiosity within the Israeli-Palestinian clash, A Social Psychology standpoint of the Israeli-Palestinian Case deals a close exploration of the mental underpinnings of the Israeli-Palestinian clash and the obstacles to and possibilities of the peace approach.
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A Social Psychology Perspective on The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, Vol II. by Keren Sharvit, Eran Halperin