Table of contents for The globalization of Israel : McWorld in Tel Aviv, jihad in Jerusalem / Uri Ram.

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Introduction: The Globalization Paradigm in Israel Studies
Bifurcation: Between McWorld and Jihad
Globalization: Between Durkheim and Marx
Israel: Between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem
Chapter 1: Globalization
The Post-Industrial Revolution
The Bourgeois Revolution
The Consumerist Revolution	
Chapter 2: Polarization
The Predicament of the Middle Classes
The Ascent of the Business Elite
The Plight of the Working Classes 	
Chapter 3: Post-Fordization
The New Inequality World Wide & in Israel
National Capitalism and Fordism
Global Capitalism and Post-Fordism
Chapter 4: Americanization
Modern and Post-Modern Politics
The Americanization of Politics
Post-Party Politics in Israel
Chapter 5: McDonaldization
McDonald¿s and Popular Culture
McDonald¿s and the National Culture 
One Way or Two Way?
Chapter 6: Post-Modernization
Knowledge After Objectivism
History After Nationalism
Revisions and Controversies
Chapter 7: Post-Nationalization
Jewish-Israeli Nationalism
Jewish Neo-Nationalism
Israeli Post-Nationalism
Conclusion: Post-Zionization ¿ A Counter Hegemonic Ethos
Post-Zionism: Its Diverse Histories and Meanings
Post-Zionism: Its Manifestations in Israeli Culture
Post-Zionism: Theoretical Perspectives.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Globalization -- Israel.
Postmodernism -- Social aspects -- Israel.
Israel -- Social conditions.
Israel -- Economic conditions.