This remarkable compendium brings together more than eighty scholars from throughout the world to examine the experience of the kibbutz and communal living. Through careful examination of the ideological, historical, educational, sociological, and economic origins and realities of communal living, the contributors provide strong and positive support for the belief that a cooperative society can exist within an antagonistic, competitive system. Taken together, these contributions provide dialogue among and between those who research communal life, and those who live it.Amana boys and girls between ages of 5 and 14 (grades 1a8) attended school in their village 6 days a week and fifty-two ... Inspirationist practicality with emphasis on skills useful to the community, interspersed with religious instruction .
|Author||:||Yosef Gorni, Iaácov Oved, IditWyEd Paz|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 1987-01-01|