Laura I. Sigad
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An increasing number of migrant families around the world maintain strong, simultaneous connections in their country of residence and their country of origin. North Americans in Israel are one… Continue Reading
This study probes the cross-cultural adaptation patterns of North American women who immigrated to Israel with their Israeli-born husbands (or married there) and are mothers in their new country. In… Continue Reading
Based on 40 in-depth qualitative interviews with professionals, including law-enforcement personnel, educators, and mental health and health-care professionals, this chapter presents a study that… Continue Reading
We present a model of the structure and dynamics of the development of resilience among maltreated children. We created the model from a qualitative analysis of in-depth, semi-structured interviews… Continue Reading
Despite the alarming numbers of workers living in poverty in developed countries, work is still commonly seen as a way out of poverty. From a social constructivist perspective and based on… Continue Reading
Abstract Children's educators are on the front line of child sexual abuse (CSA). By confronting cases in their everyday work in the school, they hold the potential to be agents of social change – to… Continue Reading
ABSTRACTBy examining the experiences of the children of Palestinian collaborators whose families have relocated to Israel, this study explores how youth negotiate self within the context of margina...
The purpose of the present article is to examine the multiple ways in which the private lives of professionals are affected by involvement with child abuse intervention and prevention. Using a… Continue Reading
An increasing number of migrants around the world maintain strong, simultaneous connections in their countries of origin as well as their countries of residence. American women in Israel are one… Continue Reading
1. Esther Firstater[⇑] 2. Laura I. Sigad 3. Tanya Frankel 1. 1Gordon College of Education, Haifa, Israel 2. 2Oranim Academic College of Education, Kiryat Tivon, Israel… Continue Reading