SDG 10:
REDUCE INEQUALITIES

Reduce inequality within and among countries

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Surmounting obstacles to migration and repatriation amid Polish and Israeli nation-building

By: Silber M.
Published in: East European Jewish affairs
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Humanities  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: This article contributes to the understanding of the processes that shaped patterns of emigration from Poland to Israel (more…)

A national survey of ethnic differences in knowledge and understanding of supplementary health insurance

By: Green M.S., Hayek S., Tarabeia J., Yehia M., HaGani N.
Published in: Israel Journal of Health Policy Research
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: Background: Knowledge and understanding of what health insurance covers is an important public health issue. In Israel, (more…)

Evaluating social exclusion interventions in university-community partnerships

By: Ofek Y.
Published in: Evaluation and Program Planning
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: Most university-community partnerships (UCPs) involve elements of community-level social exclusion interventions. As suc (more…)

“Between the straits”: Jewish immigration to the United States and palestine, 1915-1925

By: Alroey G.
Published in: East European Jewish affairs
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Humanities  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: From 1919 to 1925, some 400,000 Jews from Eastern Europe emigrated to the United States and Palestine. The central thesi (more…)

The Gender Contract under Neoliberalism: Palestinian-Israeli Women’s Labor Force Participation

By: Sa’ar A.
Published in: Feminist Economics
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: This paper interprets the pressure to raise Palestinian-Israeli women’s labor force participation within the unfolding n (more…)

Self-reported posttraumatic growth predicts greater subsequent posttraumatic stress amidst war and terrorism

By: Zalta A.K., Gerhart J., Hall B.J., Rajan K.B., Vechiu C., Canetti D., Hobfoll S.E.
Published in: Anxiety, Stress and Coping
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: Background and objective: This study tested three alternative explanations for research indicating a positive, but heter (more…)

Between exile and exodus: Argentinian jewish immigration to Israel, 1948-1967

By: Klor S.
Published in: Between Exile and Exodus: Argentinian Jewish Immigration to Israel, 1948-1967
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: Between Exile and Exodus: Argentinian Jewish Immigration to Israel, 1948-1967 examines the case of the 16,500 Argentine (more…)

Holocaust exposure and subsequent suicide risk: a population-based study

By: Bursztein Lipsicas C., Levav I., Levine S.Z.
Published in: Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: Objectives: To examine the association between the extent of genocide exposure and subsequent suicide risk among Holocau (more…)

Health literacy in selected populations: Individuals, families, and communities from the international and cultural perspective

By: Levin-Zamir D., Leung A.Y.M., Dodson S., Rowlands G., Peres F., Uwamahoro N., Desouza J., Pattanshetty S., Baker H.
Published in: Information Services and Use
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: International and cultural perspectives of health literacy help deepen the understanding of the global context within wh (more…)

Inequalities in non-communicable diseases between the major population groups in Israel: achievements and challenges

By: Muhsen K., Green M.S., Soskolne V., Neumark Y.
Published in: The Lancet
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: Israel is a high-income country with an advanced health system and universal health-care insurance. Overall, the health (more…)

Coming of age: health-care challenges of an ageing population in Israel

By: Dwolatzky T., Brodsky J., Azaiza F., Clarfield A.M., Jacobs J.M., Litwin H.
Published in: The Lancet
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: Although Israel is still young in years, with relatively high birth rates and older people (individuals aged 65 years or (more…)

Melancholic citizenship in the south Tel Aviv protest against global migration

By: Shamur T.
Published in: Citizenship Studies
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: Combining anthropological analysis with the discipline of urban studies and the theory of melancholy, this article offer (more…)

Securitization of migration in Germany: the ambivalences of citizenship and human rights

By: Banai A., Kreide R.
Published in: Citizenship Studies
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: In this article, we examine elements of contemporary securitization discourse about immigration and citizenship in Germa (more…)

Comparative Associations Between Achieved Bicultural Identity, Achieved Ego Identity, and Achieved Religious Identity and Adaptation Among Australian Adolescent Muslims

By: Abu-Rayya H.M., Abu-Rayya M.H., White F.A., Walker R.
Published in: Psychological Reports
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: This study examined the comparative roles of biculturalism, ego identity, and religious identity in the adaptation of Au (more…)

Introduction: securitization and shrinking of citizenship

By: Ben-Porat G., Ghanem A.
Published in: Citizenship Studies
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: The Arab Spring provides for a comparative study and debate on Citizenship, its expansion, and shrinkage. Ironically, th (more…)

Ethno-religious groups work values and ethics: the case of Jews, Muslims and Christians in Israel

By: Sharabi M.
Published in: International Review of Sociology
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: This study examines and compares, for the first time, the MOW (Meaning of Work) among Jews and Arabs (Muslims and Christ (more…)

Immigration, Politics and Democracy: The World Jewish Congress in Europe, 1936–1939

By: Segev Z.
Published in: Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Humanities  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: During the 1930s, the leadership of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) tried to turn the question of European Jews into an (more…)

Anxiety and depression in older patients: The role of culture and acculturation

By: Zisberg A.
Published in: International Journal for Equity in Health
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: Background: Anxiety and depression are major health concerns in general among older adults and especially during hospita (more…)

The meaning of work among immigrants living in poverty in Israel: Replanting roots of belonging

By: Sigad L.I., Eisikovits Z., Strier R., Buchbinder E.
Published in: International Journal of Social Welfare
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: The global financial crisis has increased the number of working immigrants living in poverty around the world. This arti (more…)

The Experience of Material and Emotional Hardship in Israel: Do Some Groups Cope Better than Others?

By: Lewin A.C., Stier H.
Published in: Social Indicators Research
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: While official poverty measures tend to focus on income alone, measures of material hardship also incorporate aspects of (more…)