All of the Above - Identity Paradoxes of Young People in Israel

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The 2010 Youth Study of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung constitutes the third survey conducted by the Foundation in collaboration with the Macro Center for Political Economics. Its purpose was to examine the attitudes and ideological perceptions of adolescents and young adults in Israel. This study was conducted in order to understand what young Israelis (aged 15-18 and 21-24) think. The research spheres were meticulously selected and in general, the study dealt with life in the public space: the relationships between youth and their community, their nation, their country and between the various communities of Israeli youth.


Dahlia Scheindlin, Eppie Ya'ar, Mina Zemach, Ralf Hexel, Roby Nathanson, Taghreed Yahia-Younis, Yasmin Alkalai, Ziv Rubin

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