Promises in the Promised Land: Mobility and Inequality in Israel

Promises in the Promised Land: Mobility and Inequality in Israel

Promises in the Promised Land: Mobility and Inequality in Israel

Promises in the Promised Land: Mobility and Inequality in Israel

Synopsis

From its beginning as an independent state, Israel has been beset by the divisions and tensions that characterize most ethnically mixed societies. This extensively detailed analysis accounts for status attainment in Israeli society by investigating the process of stratification. It documents what happened to Arabs as well as Jewish immigrants and their children by tracing not only the socioeconomic locations, but also the proximate social determinants of the locations of significant ethnic, cultural, gender, and religious groups. Many of the research findings in this timely study have significant implications for social policy in Israel and elsewhere.
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