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|Title:||Ultra-orthodox Jewish Women Go to Work : Secular Education and Vocational Training as Sources of Emancipation and Modernization|
|Publisher:||Venezia : Edizioni Ca' Foscari|
|Abstract:||In the last three decades the ultra-orthodox community in Israel has experienced great changes in its internal social functioning. More specifically, these developments were linked to the education of ultra-orthodox women. Through an accurate review of the existing literature and a series of in-depth interviews with Israeli scholars, rabbis, educators and women of the ultra-orthodox community in Jerusalem, it was found that the introduction of new vocational and academic tracks in women's education, is gradually changing the internal social structure of the ultra-orthodox family and community. The main consequence is expressed in a modification of the traditional patriarchal framework and in a renegotiation of gender roles within the ultra-orthodox family and community.|
|Appears in Collections:||Annali di Ca' Foscari. Serie orientale|
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