College of Arts and Sciences News
Secularization of Modern IsraelPosted Feb. 8, 2013
Weds, Feb 13 2013
KSU Student Center Room 313
A thriving, yet small, liberal component in Israeli society has frequently taken issue with the constraints imposed by religious orthodoxy, largely with limited success. However, Guy Ben-Porat suggests, in recent years, in part because of demographic changes and in part because of the influence of an increasingly consumer-oriented society, dramatic changes have occurred in secularization of significant parts of public and private lives.
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