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|Title:||Filmed ‘Not During the Sabbath’: The Israeli Haredi Minority through the Camera’s Lens|
|Citation:||Visual Ethnography, 4(2): pp. 33 - 64, (2015)|
|Abstract:||The Haredi (Jewish Ultra Orthodox) minority in Israel has an increased visibility in Israeli media in recent years. Many of its representations are negative and stereotypical. This article is an analysis of a documentary series about this minority group that the author co-directed also in an attempt to challenge these stereotypes. The article analyses the process of production of the series and the many decisions that had to be taken during it. It explores the difficulties in challenging the key stereotypes, especially in the context of Israeli commercial television.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Clinical Sciences Research Papers|
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