Abstract Though the characterization of Zionism as a colonial project is probably as old as the Zionist movement, as a specific scholarly sociological perspective in Israeli academia it was formulated only lately, in the wake of the Six Day War of 1967 This article outlines the contours of this new perspective, its theoretical assumptions and its political implications. It examines the historical circumstances which propelled its emergence, and than discerns two distinct sub‐trends in it: Weberian and Marxist Throughout are explored three distinct comparative issues: a comparison of the colonization perspective to other perspectives in Israeli sociology especially the ‘dualist perspective’: a comparison of the case of Israel with other colonization cases. such as the U.S.A.: and a comparison of the two sub‐trends in the perspective itself to each other.
|Number of pages||24|
|Journal||Journal of Historical Sociology|
|State||Published - 1 Jan 1993|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Sociology and Political Science