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xviii, 197 p. : ill.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: redefining male piety and fundamentalism -- Yeshiva fundamentalism in Israel's Haredi community -- On the edge of transgression: the study of Talmud and the evil inclination -- Challenges to the fundamentalist denouncement of work -- The idealization of soldiers' masculinity -- The domestication of masculine piety -- A case study: terror, ZAKA, and the "soldiers of piety" -- Conclusion: a reconstruction of fundamentalism and piety.
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