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The Resource A Social Psychology Perspective of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict : Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, Vol II

A Social Psychology Perspective of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict : Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, Vol II

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A Social Psychology Perspective of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict : Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, Vol II
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A Social Psychology Perspective of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
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Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, Vol II
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A Social Psychology Perspective of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict : Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, Vol II
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A Social Psychology Perspective of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict : Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, Vol II
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  • Preface to the Second Volume -- Contributors -- Contents -- Sociopsychological Foundations of the Israeli-{u00AD}Palestinian Conflict: Applying Daniel Bar-{u00AD}Tal's Theorizing -- The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict as an Intractable Conflict -- Sociopsychological Infrastructure of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict -- Functions of the Sociopsychological Infrastructure -- Institutionalization of the Sociopsychological Infrastructure -- Implications of the Sociopsychological Infrastructure -- Conclusion -- References -- Part I: Acquisition of the Socio-Psychological Repertoire -- Stereotypes and Prejudice in Conflict: A Developmental Perspective -- Introduction -- Theoretical Views Explaining the Development of Stereotypes and Prejudice -- Integrative Developmental-Contextual Theory (IDCT) -- Factors Identified by IDCT as Influencing the Development of Social Biases -- Complexity of Images of Jews and Arabs Revealed by Jewish Israeli Youth -- Summary of the Developmental Paradigm of Social Biases Proposed by IDCT -- References -- Young Children's Experiences and Learning in Intractable Conflicts -- Children's Personal Experiences in Conflicts -- Children's Indirect Learning About Conflicts -- Conflict-Related Narratives of Ethos of Conflict and Collective Memory -- Learning the Ethos of Conflict and Collective Memory in Early Childhood: The Jewish-Israeli Case -- Conclusion -- References -- Part II: Collective Memory and Narratives -- The Israeli Collective Memory of the Israeli-{u00AD}Arab/Palestinian Conflict: Its Characteristics and Relation to the Conflict -- Introduction -- Collective Memory -- The Israeli Collective Memory of the Conflict -- Summary and Discussion -- Self-Censorship -- Impacts of the Palestinian and Israeli CMs on Each Other -- Impacts of the Israeli CM on the Conflict -- References
  • The "Silenced" Narrative of 1948 War Events Among Young Palestinians in Israel -- Introduction -- The Current Study -- Young Palestinians' Narrative of 1948 War Events -- Family Settings as a "Mnemonic Community" and Grandfathers as Narrative Transmitting Agents -- Triggers for Sharing the Narrative of the 1948 War Events -- The Influence of the 1948 War Events on the Lives of Young Palestinians -- The Influence of the 1948 War Events on the Values of Young Palestinians -- Participation in Commemorative Activities -- Conclusion -- References -- Perceptions of Collective Narratives Among Arab and Jewish Adolescents in Israel: A Decade of Intractable Conflict -- Cognition and Emotion in Perceptions of Narratives -- Development of the Model and the Empirical Measure -- The Israeli-Palestinian Intractable Conflict -- Method -- Sample -- Measures -- The Perceptions of Collective Narratives Questionnaire -- Procedures -- Results -- Legitimacy -- Empathy -- Anger -- The Relationship between Cognitive and Emotional Components of Perception of "Other" Group Narrative -- Discussion -- References -- Part III: Societal Beliefs and Ethos -- "Seeing Through a Glass Darkly": Israeli and Egyptian Images of the Other During the Nasserite Period (1952-1970) -- Introduction -- The Nasserite View of Palestine and Israel -- The Israeli View of Nasser and Nasserism -- Conclusions -- References -- The Jewish-Israeli Ethos of Conflict -- The Context of the Israeli-Arab Conflict -- Content of the Ethos of Conflict -- The Structure of Ethos -- Changes in the Ethos of Conflict -- The Ethos of Conflict and the Conflict Context -- Conclusion -- References -- Ethos of Conflict of the Palestinian Society -- Historical Background -- The Palestinian Societal Beliefs About the Conflict -- Justness of the Goals -- Patriotism -- Delegitimization -- Victimization
  • Other Themes of the Palestinian Ethos of Conflict -- Conclusion -- References -- Part IV: Distress, Emotions and Ideology -- Harmed by Our Protection: Exposure to Political Violence and Political Preferences in the Range of Fire -- Introduction -- Exposure to Political Violence and Political Attitudes -- Mechanisms Affecting the Exposure-Attitude Relationship -- Psychological Distress -- Perception of Threat -- The Ethos of Conflict -- Conclusion -- References -- Emotions and Emotion Regulation in Intractable Conflict and Their Relation to the Ethos of Conflict in Israeli Society -- Emotions and Emotion Regulation in the Context of Intractable Conflict in Israel -- From Emotion to Group-Based Emotion -- Group-Based Emotions in Intractable Conflict in Israel -- Emotion Regulation in Intractable Conflict in Israel -- The Interrelations of the Ethos of Conflict and Emotional Processes in Israel -- The Effect of the Ethos of Conflict on Experienced Emotions -- The Effect of the Ethos of Conflict on the Outcomes of Emotion -- The Effect of the Ethos of Conflict on Processes of Emotion Regulation -- Summary and Thoughts for the Future -- References -- Part V: The Role of Education -- When Jewish and Zionist Identities Encounter Otherness: Educational Case Study -- Three Paradigms of Identity -- Identity and Otherness in the Context of Intractable Conflict -- Implications for the Educational Arena -- Identity and Otherness: Educational Case Study -- The Prosecution's Arguments -- The Argument for the Defense -- The Court's Judgment -- Deficiencies in the Arguments of the Prosecution and the Court -- Summary and Educational Implications -- References -- Peace Education Between Theory and Practice: The Israeli Case -- Direct and Indirect Peace Education -- Peace Education in the Test of Reality: Israeli Chronicles
  • High Intractability: Educating for Conflict (1948-Mid-1970s) -- Moderation: Peace Education Taking First Steps (Late 1970s-Late 1980s) -- Peace Process: The Educational System Mobilizes for Peace (Early 1990s-2000) -- Reescalation: Leaning on a National Ethos (2000-2014) -- Conclusions: Is It Possible to Apply the Theory in Practice? -- References -- Part VI: Prospects for Change? -- Containing the Duality: Leadership in the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process -- The Legacy of Intractable Conflicts and Their Aftermath -- The Duality of Peace Processes -- Leadership Roles in Peace Processes -- Rhetorical Containment -- Duality and Social Challenges in the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process, 1993-1995 -- Rhetorical Containment in the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process -- Discussion -- References -- The Role of Peace Organizations During Peacemaking Processes: The Case of the Jewish-Israeli Society -- Introduction -- Emergent Phase -- Pre-state/Yishuv Period -- Following the 1948 War -- Legitimization Phase -- Following the 1967 War -- Following the 1973 War -- Institutionalization Phase -- The First Palestinian Intifada -- The Oslo Peace Process -- Rollback: The Reemergence of the Ethos of Conflict -- The Second Palestinian Intifada -- The Gaza Disengagement -- Following the Disengagement -- Conclusion -- References -- The Road to Peace: The Potential of Structured Encounters Between Israeli Jews and Palestinians in Promoting Peace -- Introduction -- Narratives in Intractable Conflict -- Intergroup Encounters and Exposure to the Narrative of the Other -- Exposure to the Narrative of the Other and Transformation of Beliefs in Intractable Conflict -- Overview -- Findings: Accounts of Transformation-Excerpts from the Interview Data -- Conclusion -- References
  • Addressing Israelis' and Palestinians' Basic Needs for Agency and Positive Moral Identity Facilitates Mutual Prosociality -- Introduction -- The Needs-Based Model: A Brief Overview -- Duality of Social Roles: The Primacy of Agency Effect -- The Agency Affirmation Intervention -- Summary and Conclusions -- References -- Transitional Justice in Societies Emerging from Intractable Conflicts: Between the Right to Truth and Collective Memory -- Introduction -- Transitional Justice: A Brief Introduction -- Truth Seeking as a Transitional Justice Goal -- The Right to Truth as an International Law Concept -- Sociopsychological Dynamics of Societies Involved in Intractable Conflict as Challenges to Truth-Seeking Efforts -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
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