SDG 5:
GENDER EQUALITY

Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

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Echoes of domestic silence: mechanisms of concealment in cases of ‘Family Honour Killings’ in Mandate Palestine

By: Hasisi B., Bernstein D.
Published in: Middle Eastern Studies
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units:   | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: This article deals with the manner in which family and community in Mandate Palestine attempted to keep the criminal jus (more…)

The Technologies of Discrimination: How Platforms Cultivate Gender Inequality

By: Renan Barzilay A.
Published in: Law and Ethics of Human Rights
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Law  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: The changes created by platform-facilitated labor are considered fundamental challenges to the future of work. As more d (more…)

Domestic violence between childhood incest and re-victimization: A study among anti-violence centers in Italy

By: Testoni I., Mariani C., Zamperini A.
Published in: Frontiers in Psychology
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units:   | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: The study focuses on a specific problem in the area of child sexual abuse (CSA), which is still under-researched: the re (more…)

Separate but equal reconsidered: Religious education and gender separation

By: Paz-Fuchs A., Ben-Shahar T.H.
Published in: Human Rights Law Review
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Law  | Time: 2019 |  Link
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“Walking Between the Raindrops”: Intimate Partner Violence in the Ultra-Orthodox Society in Israel From Social Workers’ Perspective

By: Band-Winterstein T., Freund A.
Published in: Journal of Interpersonal Violence
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: Intimate partner violence (IPV) in faith-based communities has unique characteristics that social workers should conside (more…)

Discrimination without discriminating? learned gender inequality in the labor market and gig economy

By: Barzilay A.R.
Published in: Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units:   | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: The “sharing” economy, and in particular the exchange of labor and services within it, is generating wide-spread attenti (more…)

Social Workers’ Reflections on the Therapeutic Encounter With Elder Abuse and Neglect

By: Goldblatt H., Band-Winterstein T., Alon S.
Published in: Journal of Interpersonal Violence
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2018 |  Link
Description: The aim of this qualitative study was to explore social workers’ reflections on their experience of the therapeutic enco (more…)

Rights-consciousness as an Object of Historical Inquiry: Revisiting the Constitution of Aspiration

By: Aaronson E., Renan Barzilay A.
Published in: Law and Social Inquiry
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Law  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: Hendrik Hartog’s article The Constitution of Aspiration paved new ways of thinking about the historical formation and po (more…)

The impossible quest of Nasreen Qadri to claim colonial privilege in Israel

By: Karkabi N.
Published in: Ethnic and Racial Studies
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Nasreen Qadri is an Israeli pop singer of Palestinian-Arab origin whose professional achievements came in return for her (more…)

Gender/Nationality Intersections in Attitudes Toward Gun Carry among Israeli Citizens

By: Aharoni S.B., Lewin A.C., Sa’ar A.
Published in: Sociological Perspectives
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: The study explores how nationality and gender effect attitudes on the presence, use, and misuse of guns by security forc (more…)

“I Have No Hope”: The Experience of Mothers in Polygamous Families as Manifested in Drawings and Narratives

By: Gadban F., Goldner L.
Published in: Frontiers in Psychology
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Polygamy is associated with lower marital satisfaction and is known to involve sexual, physical, and emotional abuse on (more…)

A gender-sensitive intervention in jail: A study of Italian men convicted of assaulting women or femicide

By: Testoni I., Pedot M., Arbien M., Keisari S., Cataldo E., Ubaldi C., Ronconi L., Zamperini A.
Published in: Arts in Psychotherapy
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Gender-based violence is deeply rooted in hegemonic masculinity and patriarchy, the source of both hostile and benevolen (more…)

Students’ physical victimization in schools: The role of gender, grade level, socioeconomic background and ethnocultural affiliation

By: Berkowitz R.
Published in: Children and Youth Services Review
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Prior research on students’ school victimization has mainly centered on the effect of students’ personal characteristics (more…)

A socio-legal deconstruction of homicide victims and perpetrators: Israeli femicide case law

By: Dayan H.
Published in: Aggression and Violent Behavior
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Law  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: This interpretive paper explores the ways in which criminal law is applied to femicide victims and perpetrators and how (more…)

The effects of exposure to political and domestic violence on preschool children and their mothers

By: Ziv Y., Kupermintz H.
Published in: International Journal of Psychology
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Education  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of exposure to political violence on preschool children and their m (more…)

A (female) country doctor in Egypt: the life and times of Nawal Al-Saadawi

By: Maftsir S.
Published in: British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: This article explores the experience of female doctors in postcolonial Egypt assigned by the government to work in rural (more…)

A family doctor contends with the unspoken face of the corona pandemic for the Reflective Practice section

By: Kannai R., Rice A.
Published in: Patient Education and Counseling
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: A family physician discusses the indirect effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on her patients and their families. Although (more…)

The General Zionists and the WIZO party, 1948-51

By: Gruweis Kovalsky O.
Published in: Israel Affairs
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: In the first elections for the Israeli parliament (January 1949) WIZO ran as a women’s party seeking equal rights for wo (more…)

Quality of Mother–child Dialogue About Emotional Events, Coping and Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms Among Children Exposed to Interpersonal Trauma

By: Overbeek M.M., Koren-Karie N., de Schipper J.C., van Delft I., Schuengel C.
Published in: Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Children exposed to traumatic events are at increased risk for developing symptoms of a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. (more…)

Radical feminism and punk: visual cultures of affect and disruption

By: Klorman-Eraqi N.
Published in: Photographies
SDGs : SDG 05  |  Units: Humanities  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Radical feminism and punk subculture were two communities in Britain in the 1970s which produced politically diverse cul (more…)