Orientation and Behaviour of Youth in the Kibbutz: roots in adolescent socialisation

Journal of Moral Education 24 (3):307-326 (1995)
Abstract This article reviews recent research focused on kibbutz youth at that stage of life between high?school graduation and their early thirties. Their attitudes and behaviour were analysed at four biographical substages: (1) voluntary community service, (2) military service, (3) leave of absence from the kibbutz and (4) higher education. It shows that there is an association between the ability of the socialising agents in the kibbutz to develop and encourage adolescents? identity and their personal democratic resources, and the attitudes and values of kibbutz youth in relation to social issues, democratic obligation, commitment to the community and responsibility.
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DOI 10.1080/0305724950240307
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