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מבצע סוף שנה
>Early Jewish Settlement Patterns in Palestine, 1882–1914
מידע נוסף
מו"ל:
שנה:
1997
דאנאקוד:
45-292009
ISBN:
965–223–931–3
עמודים:
334
שפה:
משקל:
540 גר'
כריכה:
כריכה קשה

Early Jewish Settlement Patterns in Palestine, 1882–1914

תקציר
Jewish settlement patterns in Palestine are of interest because of their cooperative forms, the Kibbutz and the Moshav. However, the Jews preferred a different type of pioneer settlement: the Moshavah. For over 30 years the early settlers chose the Moshavah as the type of settlement most suited to lead them to their basic goal: creating a Jewish village, and structuring a "new" Jew – a farmer who would live on his land and so lay the cornerstone of a renewed "national home".
The cultural landscape of the Moshavah, its planning its design and development, constitute the subject of this book, which studies the ideological aspirations of Jewish pioneers in Palestine and illustrates the link between ideology and landscape in their settlement patterns.