Development of an Ethnic Self-Definition: The Ethnic Self-Concept "Jew" Among Israeli Children

@inproceedings{DorShav1990DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of an Ethnic Self-Definition: The Ethnic Self-Concept "Jew" Among Israeli Children},
  author={Zecharia Dor-Shav},
  year={1990}
}
  • Zecharia Dor-Shav
  • Published 1990
  • Psychology
  • The suggestion is made that ethnic self-definition-in this case the selfdefinition "Jew"-develops in a repeated pattern of movement from centrated to decentrated focus, according to an increasing number of units of mental capacity. It is further suggested that this identity develops according to a stagewise progression.An original scale (JRS) for the mode of definition of the self as "Jew" is introduced, paralleling the Piagean progression from intuitive preoperations through formal operations… CONTINUE READING

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