SDG 10:
REDUCE INEQUALITIES

Reduce inequality within and among countries

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Physical Social Capital and Psychosocial Social Capital as Mediators Between Socio-economic Inequality and Expressions of Well-being and Health in Israeli Kibbutz Populations: Neoliberal Ideology Degrades Well-being and Health

By: Leviatan U.
Published in: Psychology and Developing Societies
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: A large number of studies show that degree of socio-economic inequality ‘within’ a social entity negatively determines l (more…)

Cancer risk among Holocaust survivors in Israel—A nationwide study

By: Sadetzki S., Chetrit A., Freedman L.S., Hakak N., Barchana M., Catane R., Shani M.
Published in: Cancer
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: BACKGROUND: Holocaust survivors during World War II were exposed to various factors that are associated with cancer risk (more…)

Psychological barriers to a peaceful resolution: Longitudinal evidence from the middle east and Northern Ireland

By: Canetti D., Hirsch-Hoefler S., Rapaport C., Lowe R.D., Muldoon O.T.
Published in: Studies in Conflict and Terrorism
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: Does individual-level exposure to political violence prompt conciliatory attitudes? Does the answer vary by phase of con (more…)

Horizontal and vertical island biogeography of arthropods on green roofs: a review

By: Blank L., Vasl A., Schindler B.Y., Kadas G.J., Blaustein L.
Published in: Urban Ecosystems
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: From an ecological perspective, urban green roofs can be viewed as green islands embedded in an urban matrix. Island bio (more…)

Inequality in digital skills and the adoption of online safety behaviors

By: Dodel M., Mesch G.
Published in: Information Communication and Society
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: Cyber-safety behaviors are important in preventing the loss of an individual’s digital assets and ensuring the safety of (more…)

(Dis)agreement with the Implementation of Humanitarian Policy Measures Towards Asylum Seekers in Israel: Does the Frame Matter?

By: Hochman O., Hercowitz-Amir A.
Published in: Journal of International Migration and Integration
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: This study investigates emerging public attitudes about the implementation of humanitarian policy measures towards asylu (more…)

Preferences for the distribution of incomes in modern societies: The enduring influence of social class and economic context

By: Andersen R., Yaish M.
Published in: Canadian Public Policy
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: Using International Social Survey Program data, we explore the relationship between economic context and attitudes with (more…)

Perceived discrimination, language proficiencies, and adaptation: Comparisons between refugee and non-refugee immigrant youth in Australia

By: Buchanan Z.E., Abu-Rayya H.M., Kashima E., Paxton S.J., Sam D.L.
Published in: International Journal of Intercultural Relations
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: This study was designed to examine the adaptation differences between refugee and non-refugee immigrant youth in Austral (more…)

Absorption policies in Israel: The retraining of immigrant scientists in an emergency mass immigration

By: Geva-May I.
Published in: Still Moving: Recent Jewish Migration in Comparative Perspective
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2018 |  Link
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The interconnection between acculturation and subjective and social wellbeing among refugee youth in Australia

By: Buchanan Z.E., Abu-Rayya H.M., Kashima E., Paxton S.J.
Published in: Journal of Refugee Studies
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2017 |  Link
Description: In Australia, the number of refugee youth has increased significantly over the last five years. Australia presents a uni (more…)

African and Islamic philosophy: Expanding the horizons of philosophical counselling [Philosophie africaine et philosophie islamique: élargir les horizons du counselling philosophique] [Afrikanische und Islamische Philosophie: Die Erweiterung des philosophischen und therapeutischen Horizont] [Η εμπειρία της αίσθησης «είμαι χοντρή» στις γυναίκες με ψυχογενή ανορεξία: Μια ερμηνευτική, φαινομενολογική ανάλυση] [Filosofia africana e islamica: ampliare gli orizzonti del counseling filosofico –] [FILOSOFIA AFRICANA E ISLAMICA: extendiendo los horizontes de la orientación psicológica-filosófica]

By: Pilpel A., Gindi S.
Published in: European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: Philosophical counselling has traditionally utilized a limited number of philosophical traditions: Existentialism, Stoic (more…)

The image of the fragile Ashkenazi Jew

By: Freilich M.
Published in: Scripta Judaica Cracoviensia
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: The article examines the various presentations of Ashkenazi Jews in Israeli fiction. Ashkenazi identity in Israel is con (more…)

Foreign direct investment and the correlation between cost and revenue

By: Bar-Ilan A., Borodko I.
Published in: Review of International Economics
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: This paper studies irreversible investment in the presence of uncertain revenue and uncertain cost of production. Using (more…)

Marriage patterns among Jewish immigrants in Israel

By: Rosenberg D., Lewin A.C.
Published in: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: Immigrants’ marriage patterns and spouse selection carry important long-term implications for their economic and social (more…)

Who drives migration discourse and in what direction? claims-making and political mobilisation analyses of labor migration in Israel

By: Kemp A., Raijman R., Geffen R.
Published in: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: As labor migration policies increasingly operate at the crossroads of neoliberal political economies, nativist nationali (more…)

Intergenerational Family Solidarity as a Migration Compass

By: Dryjanska L., Zlotnick C.
Published in: Journal of Family Issues
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: Incorporating contemporary theories of Aliyah (Jewish migration to Israel) by English speakers and family intergeneratio (more…)

Bitter Tongue: Yehuda Amichai’s Poetic Monolanguage

By: Gordinsky N.
Published in: Arcadia
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Humanities  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: This article explores Yehuda Amichai’s reflection on the meaning of language and demonstrates how his early poetry navig (more…)

Ageing, ageism and the law: European perspectives on the rights of older persons

By: Doron I., Georgantzi N.
Published in: Ageing, Ageism and the Law: European Perspectives on the Rights of Older Persons
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: Europe is ageing. However, in many European countries, and in almost all fields of life, older persons experience discri (more…)

Ethnocentrism, universalism, and refugees’ social rights: The Israeli perspective

By: Tsfati M., Ben-Ari A., Lavi I.
Published in: International Social Work
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: This article is a pilot study in which we analyzed interviews with 16 inhabitants of the Tel Aviv area. We show that Isr (more…)

Neo-colonialism in Africa and the Cases of Turkey and Iran

By: Segell G.
Published in: Insight on Africa
SDGs : SDG 10  |  Units:   | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: Africa is suffering from neo-colonialism for the same reasons that it suffered from colonialism. Neo-colonialism is the (more…)