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This book critically analyzes the sex industry in Israel, using feminist concepts and scholarship to elaborate on the power of prostitution to shape a world in which women are objects for fulfilling men's desires. A comprehensive collection of research-based articles that examine prostitution, trafficking in women and pornography from divergent disciplinary angles, it reveals the interconnectedness of these three aspects of the sex Format: Hardcover.
Gender inequality inside and outside the military is examined as well as the issue of gender-related labor market inequality. Together these chapters provide a comprehensive picture of the structure of domination and subordination in various spheres of Israeli society, ranging from educational institutions to the labor market, housing, standard of living, and the cultural : Paperback.
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Ships from and sold by FREE Shipping on orders over $ Details. Helpmates, Harlots, and Heroes: Women's Stories in the Hebrew Bible by Alice Ogden Bellis Paperback $Cited by: Introduction / Hannah Naveh --Redefining Political Spaces: A Gender Perspective on the Yishuv Historiography / Gender and Israeli Society book Herzog --At the Center or on the Fringes of the Public Arena; Esther Mintz-Aberson and the Status of Women in American Poalei Zion, / Rachel Rojanski --The Legend of Sarah: Gender, Memory and National Identities (Eretz Yisrael/Israel, ) / Billie Melman.
The editors start from the premise that Israel is simultaneously a modem industrial society and a traditional one with regard to the structure and centrality of family life. It is governed by both secular Author: Yael Azmon. Israeli society is shaped by two interlinked gendering public ethos of military service, and the private ethos of familial traditionalism.
While Israel as a state extends citizenship privileges to all its members, as a nation it privileges ethnic, primordial identity based in the family. Books shelved as gender-and-society: Kassandra by Christa Wolf, Daisy Miller by Henry James, Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller, No Logo by Naomi Klein, an.
The issue of gender in the education system, the structuring of gender stereotypes, and their influence on the distribution of roles between males and females in society are discussed. The study examines children's literature as a means of transmitting cultural and social attitudes and contents as a source influencing values, personality, and behavior in respect to children's by: 4.
Gender in Law, Culture, and Society will address key issues and theoretical debates related to gender, culture, and the law. Its titles will advance understanding of the ways in which a society’s cultural and legal approaches to gender intersect, clash, and are reconciled or remain in tension.
Gender & Society, the official journal of Sociologists for Women in Society, is a top-ranked journal in sociology and women's studies and publishes less than 10% of all papers submitted to it.
Articles analyze gender and gendered processes in interactions, organizations. New Books in Anthropology New Books in Arts & Letters New Books in Gender Studies New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books in Popular Culture New Books in Sociology New Books in World Affairs Michael O.
Johnston. Table of contents for Gender & Society, 34, 2, The book stimulates conversations on such topics as Jewish women's creativity and spirituality, violence against women, Jews' reactions to persecution in the Holocaust, and Judaism as lived Reviews: 1.
Gender and Judaism is a radical, emerging subfield at the intersection of gender studies and Jewish studies centers on interdisciplinary research on the phenomenon of gender.
It focuses on cultural representations of gender and people's lived experience. "Freed from contemporary theological categories that have been informed by ideological and psychological issues, but ever mindful of the social location of gender analysis, these essays provide fresh and exciting looks at otherwise unfamiliar texts.
They jar our minds and our biases. This book is a valuable contribution to gender-oriented biblical scholarship.1/5(1). Society, Vol. 6, Israeli Sociological Society and Transaction Books, GENDER EQUALITY: THEORETICAL LESSONS FROM THE ISRAELI KIBBUTZ By Judith Buber Agassi Sociology, J.W.
Goethe Universität, Frankfurt/Main The Israeli kibbutz has been viewed as a valid test case for a wide array of social science theories because it differs from nearly. Rapidly growing inequality in Israeli society, and its intergenerational persistence, however, have generated several new trends in research.
The chapters included in this volume represent the range and depth of recent developments in the study of social stratification, mobility, and cturer: Routledge. Based on the National Jewish Population Survey, this book analyzes gender equality in education, labor force participation, and occupational achievement among American Jews, and offers a comparison with the wider American population and Israeli by: Patriarchy and the Hebrew Bible by Carol Meyers Patriarchy may seem like an appropriate term to describe the ancient Israelites, the most prominent group in the Hebrew Bible.
But patriarchy is not a biblical term, and its relevance as a description of Israelite social structures can be challenged. "A very important work on the legal context of gender and women's issues in Israel. Encyclopedic in scope and concisely written and well supported, the facts and details about women's statuses and roles depict a typically patriarchal society.
The International Society for Gender Medicine: History and Highlights is about a major step in the improvement of quality in medicine, namely the long overdue understanding that women are different from men in every system of the body and may require different approaches in diagnosis and is not a textbook, nor is it a scientific publication.
A multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary collection of articles on the topic of gender and society in Israel, which examines the way in which gender delineates the lives of women and their status in society, politics, the workplace, law, the media, education, religious life, and culture.
Well-written and well-researched by leading gender communication scholars Julia T. Wood and Natalie Fixmer-Oraiz, GENDERED LIVES: COMMUNICATION, GENDER, & CULTURE, 13th Edition, provides the latest theories, research and pragmatic information to help readers think critically about gender and society.
The book demonstrates the multiple and often interactive ways a person's. Among the essays in this book dealing with gender-related issues in biblical scholarship are "Eroticism and Death in the Tale of Jael" by Susan Niditch; "Esther: A Feminine Model for Jewish Diaspora" by Sidnie Ann White, and "Women of the Exodus in Biblical Retellings of the Second Temple Period" by Eileen Schuller.4/5(5).
The Hebrew Bible is a book that was primarily written by men, for men, and about men, and thus the biblical text is not particularly forthcoming when it comes to the lives and experiences of women.
Other evidence from ancient Israel—the society in which the Hebrew Bible was generated—is also often of little use. Nevertheless, scholars have been able to combine a careful reading of the Cited by: 1.
The Gender Index Gender Inequality in Israel Hagar Tzameret-Kertcher The Gender Index, an innovative tool developed by WIPS – The Center for the Advancement of Women in the Public Sphere, serves to evaluate gender inequality in Israel across a spectrum of fields over time.
The Gender Index – Gender Inequality in Israel. The Gender Index is a multidimensional measurement tool that monitors changes in the level of gender equality over time.
It is an index for the systematic monitoring of trends of gender inequality in Israel. I n 10 books (plus one children’s title), Ronit Matalon, who died of cancer last year at 58, exposed the discrimination against Mizrachi Jews that plagues Israeli society.
Her novella—and final work—was Ve-Hakalah Sagrah et Ha-Delet (And the Bride Closed the Door. The Israel Society for Gender Medicine (IsraGem) was created in at the Rabin Medical Center during the first Israel Meeting dedicated to this new science.
The medical and academic community accepted the Gender- and Sex-Specific Medicine (GSSM) actually without any resistance. It was as the time has been ripe for the required : Marek Glezerman, Marek Glezerman.
Gender roles are based on the different expectations that individuals, groups, and societies have of individuals based on their sex and based on each society's values and beliefs about : Amy Blackstone.
Gender and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: The Politics of Women's Resistance, (Syracuse University Press, ). Her research and writing included a comparative analysis of gender dynamics in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the North of Ireland as well as a critical examination of militarization and especially the interplay.
Women and Civil Society in Israel Ma | Written By: Naomi Himeyn Raisch Over 50 registered women's organizations exist in Israel, most working to solve problems that women face—such as daycare fees, assistance to single mothers, etc. with just a few focusing on more general agendas—such as defense, social welfare, etc.
the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been and continues to be shaped signifi-cantly by gender, the authors offer new insights into the history and dy-namics of the conflict and the prospects for its just and lasting resolution.
Taken together, the books I focus on examine many of the central turn. Study finds stubbornly high gender inequality in Israel Though slight improvements are noticeable, the study found, there has yet to be a sharp change in trends to close gaps.
Women and Israel Women played significant roles in the emergence of Zionism and since statehood have made dynamic contributions to the state’s growth and well-being. While complete gender equality has often been elusive, Israel stands as a model for women’s rights in both the Middle East and among other democracies.
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Her study of the effects of porn culture is devastating, powerful and extremely relatable. is a platform for academics to share research papers. Table of contents for Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 27, 1, British Israelism (also called Anglo-Israelism) is a pseudoarchaeological belief that the people of the British Isles are "genetically, racially, and linguistically the direct descendants" of the Ten Lost Tribes of ancient Israel.
With roots in the 16th century, British Israelism was inspired by several 19th century English writings such as John Wilson's Our Israelitish Origin. gender realities of the Yishuv. The dialectic reflected in this particular life story emphasizes the multiple roles that silence played in women’s history.
It suggests a new perception of silence as a strategy for expressing rage against the prevalent power relations in society. the conclusion is that the feminine voice in history appears. This study examines changes that have transpired in the reflection of gender structuring in children's books over several decades.
The issue of gender in the education system, the structuring of gender stereotypes, and their influence on the distribution of roles between males and females in society are discussed.
The study examines children's literature as a means of transmitting cultural and Cited by: 4.Another caveat is that even within Jewish Israeli society there are vast differences of class, ethnicity, and so on, which do produce differences and refinements in the way militarization affects each of them, some of which may impact on gender.
These will be referred to only slightly in the following analysis. It may seem obvious that women’s roles in Israeli society have changed greatly in recent decades.
The patriarchal nature of traditional Jewish culture could have dictated a domestic and publicly secondary role for women in the new society and State.