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Mapping Yam Tikhoniut

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This chapter proposes two main models that deal with Yam Tikhoniut as a constructive and positive blueprint for society: Locality Model and Synthesis Model. These models help to contextualize the diverse expressions of Yam Tikhoniut in Israeli public discourse. In each model several different voices that could be subsumed under a specific theme were brought together. Taking a closer look at the personal arguments of the agents and the critics of Yam Tikhoniut, it became evident that there are a number of different reasons to embrace or reject the idea. The chapter explores the driving forces behind the different agendas involved in the discourse. It then introduces the voices that are critical of the discourse on Yam Tikhoniut. Each of the critics frames his or her arguments in different ways and focuses on different issues.

Keywords: critical voices; Israeli public discourse; locality model; synthesis model; Yam Tikhoniut

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