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The Changing Agenda of Israeli Sociology: Theory, Ideology, and Identity (SUNY Series in Isr (Suny Series in Israeli Studies (Hardcover)) Paperback – March 16, 1995
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I felt stimulated by this bird s-eye view. The analysis not only puts us on intimate terms with Israeli sociology but simultaneously provides us with a richly textured overview of Israeli society and challenges us with new questions and possibilities. Gershon Shafir, University of California, San Diego
Ram has written a fine historical critique of Israeli sociology. It aids our understanding of Israeli scholarship and the sociological understanding of Israel, gives us insights into the Israeli academic elite, and is useful as a sociology of knowledge. Walter P. Zenner, State University of New York, Albany"
"I felt stimulated by this bird's-eye view. The analysis not only puts us on intimate terms with Israeli sociology but simultaneously provides us with a richly textured overview of Israeli society and challenges us with new questions and possibilities." -- Gershon Shafir, University of California, San Diego
About the Author
Uri Ram is a lecturer in the Sociology Department at Haifa University. He is the editor of the book Israeli Society: Critical Perspectives and the author of a number of articles published in professional journals.