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in The Israeli response to Jewish extremism and violence

CONTENTS

  The defending democracy: the search for a definition
  The defending democracy: a framework of analysis
  The defending democracy: in between the ‘militant’ and the ‘immunised’ route
  The Israeli political context
  Outline of book contents
  Data sources and methodology
  The socio-political underpinnings of the response to extremism in Israel
  Attitudes to far-right parties: between the ‘militant’ and the ‘immunised’ route
  Conclusions
  Israel’s early days: the predominance of the ‘militant route’
  The State of Israel from the 1950s to the 1970s: the institutionalising of the ‘extended criminal justice model’
  The State of Israel from the 1970s until the new millennium: towards a model of criminal justice
  Issues accompanying the contraction of the ‘criminal justice model’
  Conclusions
  Civics education in Israel: the predominance of nationalist ideas in the first decades
  Quandaries accompanying the efforts to reform civic studies
  Educational reform in civics education in the new millennium: a quantitative assessment
  Conclusions
  ‘Civil society’ in Israel
  The ‘pro-democratic civil society’ in Israel: targets and prominent organisations
  The emergence of the ‘pro-democratic civil society’ in Israel
  Conclusions
  The ‘defending democracy’ in Israel: developments and challenges
  The ‘defending democracy’ in comparative perspective
  Conclusions

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