Presents the findings of our follow-up study, but it also attempts to provide a perspective on the kibbutz as a social phenomenon and as a changing historical reality. Much too often psychological studies done in natural settings ignore important aspects of social realities. The author has tried to maintain a broad perspective and to provide the reader with a broader view of the phenomenon under study. This book aims at making a contribution to psychology, but also to the area of kibbutz studies.
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Book Description Springer Pub Co, 1982. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M082613310X