• Publications
  • Influence
Tax Law and Social Norms in Mandatory Palestine and Israel
  • Orit Rozin
  • Law
    Journal of Interdisciplinary History
  • 1 June 2018
Forming a Collective Identity: The Debate over the Proposed Constitution, 1948–1950
Previous studies have placed great emphasis on the power-political arguments that led to the failure to adopt a constitution in Israel. This article argues that the picture was more complex and that
Negotiating the right to exit the country in 1950s Israel: Voice, loyalty, and citizenship
Between 1948 and 1961, Israeli citizens aspiring to travel abroad needed to obtain an exit permit in addition to a passport, which allowed them to leave Israel to particular destinations for a
Israel and the Right to Travel Abroad, 1948–1961
Today, no one questions that criminals, minors, or those seeking to shirk their civic duties may be restricted or even barred from leaving their respective countries. However, during the 1950s,
THE AUSTERITY POLICY AND THE RULE OF LAW: RELATIONS BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC IN FLEDGLING ISRAEL 1
This article examines the concept of the rule of law as perceived by the Israeli public and decision‐makers during Israel’s early years. The purpose of the article is to examine the relationship
Infiltration and the making of Israel's emotional regime in the state's early years
  • Orit Rozin
  • Political Science, Sociology
  • 23 February 2016
ABSTRACT After the 1948 war, the cease-fire lines between Israel and its neighbours remained porous. Palestinian refugees crossed the borders. Some returned to cultivate their fields; others crossed
Continuities and ruptures in time
The global COVID-19 pandemic has not only wrought havoc upon the world but also accelerated an array of disturbing preexisting trends such as economic inequality and the erosion of democratic value...
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