Zionism Mizrahim voice
discourse meta-narrative documentary
Ashkenazim modes of representation
- What is the official Zionist narrative?
- How does Shohat deconstruct this narrative?
- What are some of the new frameworks for analysis she offers?
- What is the source of the conflict between Arab-Jews and Zionism?
- What is the ‘voice’ in a documentary film?
- What can the voice in documentary film tell us about the style of representation intended by the director?
- How do the different styles of representation in documentary film affect the film’s text?
defined the difference between Group and Team before explaining about the 10 critical traits. Although the article has explained group dynamics and group process before explaining what is group and team, as I believe in order the article to be more logical the author could have explained terms like Group and Team first. If the author has assumed that the readers having the knowledge about those terms then she could not have covered them later. Anyhow to begin with explaining the term group and team would be appropriate. Group and Team The term group is defined in the article as situations where two or more people coming together in order to achieve a common purpose. Further it is mentioned that in a group people should interact each other, depend on each other and they should have a task to realize. According to the article the team also a group, that is in a work environment. The author has mentioned various characteristics that are possessed by teams. It is and intact social system with boundaries. Therefore who is in the team and outside the team can be clearly identifiable. There is interdependency among members. Members are collectively responsible for the tasks to be performed. Operates in an organisational context and therefore members have relationship with other members of the organisation. It is obvious that the author has comprehensively explained the terms group and team using various sources and in different contexts like systems terms. But she has overlooked the theory of group formation, which could have added great value addition to the article. As the author has mentioned various stages during some parts of the article, it would be a necessary part to be explained. Group Formation According to (Luthans, 2008) there are five stages that are generally recognized as stages of group formation. Forming – this stage is characterized by uncertainty and confusion. Members are testing the appropriate behaviour for the team. Storming – in this stage leadership will be determined. Intragroup conflicts are common. Norming – Members settle down into conformity and cooperation. Performing – The group will perform the task that they were grouped. Adjourning – After the task is completed group will disband.>GET ANSWER