[[Filistin]]'deki Siyonist yönetim ile [[Ortodoks Yahudiler]] arasında 1947 yılında sağlanan ve devletin kuruluşunu güvence altına alan anlaşma, deyişin [[İsrail]]'deki algılanış biçimidir. Bu anlaşma, devlet ile din arasındaki şu dört temel ilişki kuralını tanımlamaktadır: [[Shabbat]], eğitim, [[Kashrut]] ve medeni hukuk. Bu olgu günümüze dek korunmuştur.
== Usage in entertainment ==
The episodic entertainment, particularly United States TV [[sitcoms]], the "status quo" is nearly always restored at the end of an episode, giving each episode an effectively self-contained [[plot (narrative)|plot]] or [[narrative|story]]. This assures that the following episode may begin from the same starting point, eliminating the need for the viewer to have knowledge of prior plot elements or to experience particular episodes in the correct order. This has been an essential rule of nearly all episodic TV shows since their inception, with all drastic changes usually happening in the premiere or finale of a given season, allowing the creative team to set up a "new" status quo. In recent years, however, this rule has softened, as even many sitcoms have started to develop stories and deepen character relationships over the course of a season.
This was also used in a very popular
''[[High School Musical]]''
as a song
This restoring of the status quo was parodied in ''[[The Simpsons]]'' episode "[[The Principal and the Pauper]]" where despite the seemingly irrevocable revelation that the school principal [[Seymour Skinner]] is an impostor, a contrived ending returns everything to how it was before. Unlike most status quo restorations, where a solution is simple and logical, this specific example involves use of [[deus ex machina]], a highly unlikely and illogical solution to restore status quo.
This was also used in a very popular Disney channel movie, ''[[High School Musical]]'' as a song.<ref>http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/arts/story.html?id=e82f792a-59ba-460d-b61f-f3a0e8539f44</ref>
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