Ideology and Planning of the Kibbutz Dwelling / חדר-בית: אידאולוגיה ותכנון בדירת המגורים בקיבוץ

From its very beginnings, the kibbutz defined itself as a collective society organized along the principles of public possession of property, equality, rejection of hired labor, and communal production, consumption and education. Kibbutz ideology combined these principles with a lifestyle that was t...

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Main Author: איל עמיר
Eyal Amir
Format: Journal Article
Language: Hebrew
Place of publication: יד יצחק בן-צבי 01.04.2000
published in: Ḳatedrah be-toldot Erets-Yiśraʼel ṿe-yishuvah no. 95; pp. 119 - 140
Data of publication: 20000401
ISSN: 0334-4657
Discipline: History & Archaeology
Online Access: Fulltext
Database: JSTOR Hebrew Journals
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