Socializing children under fire: Western women and Palestinian men.(Report)
Journal of Comparative Family Studies | January 1, 2009|
Ezra, Dina Ben; Roer-Strier, Dorit
This article examines the interface of cultural adaptation patterns of intermarried couples and the socialization of children in a context of political conflict. The paper is derived from a broader investigation of identity change in intercultural marriages between Palestinian men and Western women (Ben Ezra, 2003), carried out in 2001-2002, during the second Intifada (an Arabic term used for the uprising of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip and West Bank against the Israeli military occupation of these territories). While cultural adaptation patterns of intermarried couples have been discussed in more detail by Roer-Strier and Ben Ezra (2006), this paper sheds light on the interplay between child socialization, parental cultural adaptation patterns and macro-level variables such as the Israeli -Palestinian conflict.
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