By Keren Sharvit, Eran Halperin
Due to its depth and broad results either in the neighborhood and globally, the Israeli-Palestinian clash has drawn the eye of students from various disciplines, who try to clarify the reasons of the clash and the explanations for the problems in resolving it. between those you'll find historians, geographers, political scientists, sociologists and others. This quantity explores the Israeli-Palestinian clash from a social psychology standpoint. on the center of the e-book is a concept of intractable conflicts, as constructed by means of Daniel Bar-Tal of Tel Aviv collage, utilized to the Israeli-Palestinian clash.
Opening with an creation to the Israeli-Palestinian clash state of affairs 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 potential of long-standing peace within the area. one of the issues incorporated within the assurance are:
· identification 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 street to peace within the region
All members to the amount are pre-eminent students of the Israeli-Palestinian clash, and lots of of them have felt the impression of Bar-Tal’s formulations of their personal paintings. A wealthy source in case you are fans of Dr. Bar-Tal's paintings, in the event you learn intractable conflicts in all its kinds, and when you have a specific curiosity within the Israeli-Palestinian clash, A Social Psychology point of view of the Israeli-Palestinian Case deals a close exploration of the mental underpinnings of the Israeli-Palestinian clash and the boundaries to and possibilities of the peace method.
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The scoring of the names and professions was quantitative reﬂecting the variety of names and professions associated with each group. A name or profession mentioned by many participants received a low complexity score, while those mentioned rarely received a high complexity score. An examination of the developmental range revealed that with regard to the in-group age, differences were almost defused and all age groups presented members of their in-group (Jew) as more complex. For the out-group (Arab), the critical age at which differences in complexity emerged was early adolescence.
As in the adult literature (for a review see Long & Spears, 1998), these studies have yielded inconclusive results. , are also parts of the integrated identity but are not considered in this chapter. 24 Y. Teichman 1995), whereas results reported for participants, aged 10–12, reported this tendency for low-self-esteem participants (Sasson, 2004, reviewed by Bar-Tal & Teichman, 2005). , 1993). Focusing on collective self-esteem, Teichman et al. (2007) reported that irrespective of age, participants from the highest collective self-esteem group displayed highest intergroup biases.
A Social Psychology Perspective on The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, Vol II. by Keren Sharvit, Eran Halperin