Israeli Politics; Protest Activity

1) Co-edited with Bernard Susser, Comparative Jewish Politics: Public Life in Israel and the Diaspora (Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 1981).

2A) Stiff-Necked People, Bottle-Necked System: The Evolution and Roots of Israeli Public Protest, 1949-1986 (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1990).

2B) Israeli Public Protest, 1949-1992 [Hebrew; revised, with an additional new chapter] (Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 1992).

3) WILDFIRE: Grassroots Revolts in Israel in the Post-Socialist Era (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1992).

4) “On Public Protest and their Economic Causes” [Hebrew], The Economic Quarterly [Hebrew], #114 (Sept. 1982), pp. 275-283.  Co-authored (equal credit) with Meir Unger.

5) “Public Protests Against Central and Local Government in Israel, 1950-1979,” The Jewish Journal of Sociology, vol. 24, #2 (Dec. 1982), pp. 99-115.

6) “The Israeli Protester,” The Jerusalem Quarterly, #26 (Winter 1982), pp. 127-138.

7) “Public Demonstrators and the Israeli Police: The Policy and Practice of Successful Protest Control,” Police Studies, vol. 6, #2 (Summer 1983), pp. 44-52.

8) “Religious Protest and Police Reaction in a Theo-Democracy: Israel, 1950-1979,” The Journal of Church and State, vol. 25, #3 (Autumn 1983), pp. 491-505. Co-authored with Giora Goldberg (equal credit).  Reprinted (in Hebrew) in Crime and Social Deviance [Hebrew], vol. 12 (1984), pp. 23-31.

9) “The Economic and Political Determinants of Public Protest Frequency and Magnitude: The Israeli Experience,” International Review of Modern Sociology, vol. 15 (Spring 1985), pp. 63-80.  Co-authored with Meir Unger.

10) “The Reactions of the Authorities to Israeli Public Protest” [Hebrew], Megamot [Trends], vol. 29, #2 (Aug. 1985), pp. 223-229.  Co-authored with Giora Goldberg.

11) “Israeli Protest: Is It Successful?” [Hebrew] State, Government, and International Relations [Hebrew], Number 31 (Summer-Autumn, 1989), pp. 111-125.

12) “May’avdut Le’herut: Israeli Grassroots Revolts Against the Paternalistic Socialist System,” SHOFAR: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, vol. 10, #1 (Fall 1991), pp. 11-22.

13) “Loyalty, Voice, and Quasi-Exit: Israel as a Case Study of Proliferating Alternative Politics,” Comparative Politics, vol. 24, #1 (Oct. 1991), pp. 97-108.

14) “Copying the Master? Patterns of Israeli-Arab Protest, 1950-1990,” Asian & African Studies, vol. 27, (1993), pp. 129-147.

15) “Expanding the Extra-Parliamentary Repertoire: Public Attitudes to Alternative Systems and the Use of Them” [Hebrew], Medinah, Memshal, Ve’yakhasim Bein-le’umiyyim, Number 39 (Summer 1994), pp. 31-60. (Co-authored with Gila Kurtz)

16) “Public Protest and Systemic Stability in Israel: 1960-1979,” in Comparative Jewish Politics…, op. cit., pp. 171-210

17) “Thunder Before the Storm: Pre-Election Agitation and Post-Election Turmoil,” in The Elections in Israel – 1981, ed. Asher Arian (Tel Aviv: Ramot Press, 1983), pp. 191-211.

18) “Conflict as Communication: Public Protest in Israel, 1950-1982,” in Conflict and Consensus in Jewish Politics, eds. Stuart Cohen & Eliezer Don-Yehiya (Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 1986), pp. 128-145.

19) “Political Reform in Israel: Lessons from the American Experience” [Hebrew], in The Israeli Political System: Recommendations for Change [Hebrew], ed. Baruch Susser (Tel Aviv: 1987), pp. 62-79.

20) “Social Cleavages in Israeli Society in the Twenty-First Century and their Effects on Police Work” [Hebrew], Policing Israel in the Twenty-First Century, vol. 1 (Jerusalem: Jerusalem Center for Israeli Affairs, 1997), pp. 89-113.

21) “Israeli Democracy: How Democratic? How Liberal?” in Fundamental Issues of Israeli Democracy [Hebrew], R. Cohen-Almagor, ed. (Tel Aviv: Sifriat Hapoalim, 1999), pp. 265-284.

22) “The Paradox of Israeli Civil Disobedience and Political Revolt in Light of the Jewish Tradition,” Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance, R. Cohen-Almagor, ed. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000), pp. 114-132.

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