ידע, רגשות ועמדות של בני נוער ישראלים כלפי השואה: שינויים בעקבות המסע לפולין

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    Abstract

    Discusses Holocaust education in high schools in Israel and the effect on students of the trip to Poland which has become part of the 11th grade curriculum since 1991. Focuses on results of a survey carried out amongst 147 students in five high schools; 94 of the students went to Poland and 53 did not. The survey shows that both the pre-journey preparation and the experiences in Poland greatly increased the students' knowledge about the Holocaust. However, although emotional responses were intense during the trip, these soon faded after the students' return, and the experience did not bolster Jewish identity.
    Original languageHebrew
    Pages (from-to)219-239
    Number of pages21
    Journalמגמות; כתב עת למדעי ההתנהגות
    Volumeמב
    Issue number2
    StatePublished - 2003

    RAMBI Publications

    • RAMBI Publications
    • Children -- Israel -- Social conditions
    • Teenagers -- Israel -- Social conditions
    • Education, Secondary -- Israel
    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Israel -- Influence

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