I am writing to you to ask for advice on changing the final presentation topic.
We are the team original to do the topic about "Development and transformation of Kibbutz – Comparative case study in Israel, Japan, and China." However, we found some interesting things about "the prejudice map of Israel."Therefore, we wrote a new proposal about it and ask for feedback then decide whether to change the topic or not.
Headline: Israeli prejudice map (8 ways to divide Israel)
Research question: How Israeli feel and think about the map? Do they agree or disagree? Why?
Short description: The Israeli prejudice map shows 8 different ways to divide Israel. From someone's perspective, it could be ridiculous stereotypes. But for the others, it might reveal some cruel facts. As studentstaking the political identity course, we are curious about: How people in different identities see Israel? How people distinguish them between others? And how to define these boundary lines?
Methodology: Interview some Israelis(Jewish and Arabic) and gather their responses.
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Final project - instructions
Your goal is to formulate a project which will present/discuss one of the topics/issues we discussed during the semester. The format is up to you – be creative. It can be: a film, a photo exhibition, ppt presentation, song, a machine or anything that comes to your mind.
1) Proposal: One printed page with a headline, research question, short description and methodology.
2) Project presentation (Week 12+13).
1) Decide on a topic, try to write a headline to your project.
2) Formulate a research question/s you wish to explore?
3) Decide how you are going to explore it (methodology).
4) Start your research.
Development and transformation of Kibbutz – Comparative case study in Israel, Japan, and China
Why Kibbutz can succeed in Israel? And why the others failed?
In this report, we will try to answer the question by literature review and framing analysis. The question would be divided into the following aspects:
literature review and framing analysis
Questions to Avital
顏豐鈞Feng-Chun Y1. How to define Jews? Is Jews genetically identical? Do Jews need to be verified by Rabbis? 猶太人和猶太教徒? 猶太人是一種人種可以驗DNA的？猶太教徒是依據有沒有信教，經過拉比認證的嗎？
A kibbutz is a type of settlement which is unique to Israel. A collective community, traditionally based on agriculture, the first kibbutz was called Deganya and was founded by pioneers in 1910. Today, there are over 270 kibbutzim in Israel and they have diversified greatly since their agricultural beginnings with many now privatized. Regardless of their status, the kibbutz offers a unique insight into Israeli society, and are fascinating places to visit. (ref. Tourist Israel, Wikipedia, 維基百科, )