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Prof. Simha F. Landau Prof. Simha F. Landau
Phone:  +972-2-5882515
Fax:  +972-2-5881725
E-Mail:  msfredy@mscc.huji.ac.il
fields of interest:
Aggression and violence (including family violence); victimology; stress factors, support systems and criminal/deviant behavior; decision-making in the criminal justice system.
 
Publications:

Books and Monographs

  • Landau, S.F. and Drapkin, I. (1968). Ethnic Patterns of Criminal Homicide in Israel. Jerusalem: Institute of Criminology, Faculty of Law, The Hebrew University.

  • Landau, S.F. and Sebba, L. (eds.), (1977). Criminology in Perspective. Lexington, Mass.: Heath and Co.

2. Articles in Refereed Journals

  • Drapkin, I. and Landau, S.F. (1966). Drug offenders in Israel. British Journal of Criminology, 6, 376-390.

  • Landau, S.F. (1969). The effects of length of imprisonment and subjective distance from release on future time perspective and time estimation of prisoners. Scripta Hierosolimitana, 21, Studies in Criminology. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, pp. 182-223.

  • Landau, S.F. (1969). Essential problems in the functioning of the prison as a formal bureaucratic institution. Delinquency and Society, 4, 6-26. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, S.F., Drapkin, I. and Arad, S. (1974). Homicide victims and offenders: An Israeli study. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 65, 390-396.

  • Landau, S.F. (1975a). Type of homicide and pathologies among homicide offenders: Some cultural profiles. British Journal of Criminology, 15, 7-166.

  • Landau, S.F. (1975b). Future time perspective of delinquents and non-delinquents: The effect of institutionalization. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 2, 22-36.

  • Landau, S.F. (1976). Delinquency, institutionalization and time orientation. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 44, 745-759.

  • Landau, SF (1977). The rape offender’s perception of his victim: Some cross- cultural findings. Delinquency and Social Deviance, 5, 1-20. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, SF (1978). Thought content of delinquent and non-delinquent youngadults: The effect of institutionalization. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 5,195-210.

  • Landau, SF (1978). Do legal variables predict police decisions regarding the prosecution of juvenile offenders? Law and Human Behavior, 2, 95-105.

  • Landau, S.F. and Haran, G. (1979). An attempt to evaluate the street-group method: Some preliminary findings. Megamot, A social Science Quarterly, 24, 484-496. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, S.F. (1979). Discrimination in the handling of juvenile offenders by the police: Some Israeli findings. Delinquency and Social Deviance, 7, 159-168. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, S.F. (1981). Juveniles and the police: Who is charged and who is referred to the juvenile bureau? British Journal of Criminology, 21, 27-46.

  • Landau, S.F. (1981). Comment on Kressel, G.M. Sorroricide, filliacide: Homicide for family honor. Current Anthropology, 22, 154-155.

  • Landau, S.F. and Nathan, G. (1983). Selecting delinquents for cautioning in the London Metropolitan area. British Journal of Criminology, 23, 128-149.

  • Landau, S.F. (1984). Trends in violence and aggression: A cross-cultural analysis. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 25, 133-158.

  • Raveh, A. and Landau, S.F. (1986).Smallest space analysis vs. the method ofprincipal components: Another look at Ahamad analysis of crime. Journal ofQuantitative Criminology, 2, 279-291.

  • Landau, S.F. and Raveh, A. (1987).Stress factors, social support and violence inIsraeli society: A quantitative analysis. Aggressive Behavior, 13, 67-85.

  • Landau, S.F. (1987). Time in prison: Problems and patterns of adjustment.Hapraklit, 37, 504-508. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, S.F. and Pfeffermann, D. (1988). A time series analysis of violent crimeand its relation to prolonged states of warfare: The Israeli case. Criminology, 26, 489-504.

  • Landau, S.F. (1988). Violent crime and its relation to subjective social stressindicators: The case of Israel. Aggressive Behavior, 14, 337-362.

  • Landau, S.F. (1988).The relationship between objective and subjective social stress indicators: Some Israeli findings. European Sociological Review, 4, 249-262.

  • Landau, S.F. (1989). The effect of objective social stress factors on subjective perception of well-being and social solidarity: Some Israeli findings. Human Relations, 42, 487-508.

  • Landau, S.F. and Rahav, (1989). Suicide and attempted suicide: Their relation to subjective social stress indicators. Genetic, Social and General Psychology Monographs , 115, 273-294.

  • Landau, S.F. and Freeman-Longo, R.E. (1990). Classifying victims: A proposed  conceptual framework for victimology. International Review of Victimology,1, 267-286.

  • Landau. S.F. (1990). Subjective social stress indicators and the level of reported psychopathology: The case of Israel. American Journal of Community Psychology, 18, 19-39.

  • Raveh, A. and Landau, S.F. (1993).Partial order scalogram analysis with base coordinates (POSAC): Its application to crime patterns of the states of theU.S.A. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 9, 83-99.

  • Landau, S.F. and Fridman, D. (1993). The seasonality of violent crime: The case of robbery and homicide in Israel. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 30, 163-191.

  • Landau, S.F. (1996). Possession of firearms, psychiatric hospitalization and violent criminal behavior: The Israeli experience. Studies in Crime and Crime Prevention: An International Journal, 5, 1-16.

  • Landau, S.F. (1997). Crime patterns and their relation to subjective stress andsupport indicators: The role of gender. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 13, 29-56.

  • Nirel, R., Landau, S.F., Sebba, L. and Sagiv, B. (1997). The effectiveness of service work: The analysis of recidivism. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 13, 73-92.

  • Landau, S.F. (1997). Homicide in Israel: Its relation to subjective stress and support indicators on the macro level. Homicide Studies: AnInterdisciplinary & International Journal, 1, 377-400.

  • Osterman, K., Bjorkqvist, K., Lagerspetz, K.M.J., Kaukiainen, A., Landau, S.F., Fraczek, A., and Caprara, G.V. (1998). Cross-cultural evidence of female indirect aggression. Aggressive Behavior, 24, 1-8.

  • Landau, S.F. (1998). Crime, subjective social stress and support indicators, and ethnic origin: The Israeli experience. Justice Quarterly, 15, 244-272.

  • Landau, S.F. and Hattis Rolef, S. (1998). Intimate femicide in Israel: Temporal, social,and motivational patterns. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 6, 75-90.

  • Landau, S.F., Beit-Hallahmi, B. and Levy, S. (1998). The personal and the political: Israelis’ perception of well-being in times of war and peace. Social Indicators Research, 40, 329-365.

  • Landau, S.F., Sebba, L., and Weisburd, D.L. (2001). Senior public offenders and the criminal justice system: The public's perception. Israel Law Review, 35, 354-379

  • Landau, S.F., Bjorqkvist, K., Lagerspetz, K.M.J., Osterman, K., and Gideon, L. (2002) The effect of religiosity and ethnic origin on direct and indirect aggression among males and females: Some Israeli findings. Aggressive Behavior, 28, 281-298.

  • Landau, S.F. (2003). Societal costs of political violence. Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics, and Culture. 10, 28-35. (Special issue on “Violence and its Alternatives”)

  • Landau, S.F. (2006). Settings, factors and phenomena of conflict resolution inIsraeli society. In: Albrecht H.J., Simon, J.M., Rezaei, H., Rohne, H.C. and Kiza, E. (Eds.), Conflicts and Conflict in Middle Eastern Societies – Between Tradition andModernity. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp.257-274.

  • Landau, S.F. and Bendalak, J. (2007). Personnel exposure to violence in hospital emergency wards: A routine activity approach. Aggressive Behavior (Forthcoming).

 

 

Chapters in Books
  • Landau, S.F. (1967). Violence in Israel. In: Crime in Israel. Jerusalem: Publication of the Institute of Criminology No. 11, pp.156-162. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, S.F. (1970). A comparative study on persons involved with drugs in Israel before and after 1967. In: Drug Addiction in Israel. Jerusalem: Publication of the Institute of Criminology No. 17, pp. 35-56. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, S.F. (1971). The use of the computer in criminological research. In: Law in the Age of the Computer. Jerusalem: Publication of the Institute of Criminology No. 18, pp. 45-52. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, S.F. (1974). The offender’s perception of the victim. In: Drapkin, I. and Viano, E. (eds.), Theoretical Issues in Victimology. Lexington, Mass.: Heath and Co., pp. 137-154.

  • Landau, S.F., Drapkin, I. and Arad, S. (1975). Homicide victims and offenders: An Israeli study. Selected to be included in Halleck S.L. et al. (eds.) The Aldine Crime and Justice Annual 1974. Chicago: Aldine Pub. Co., pp.87-93. [Reprint of Landau et al., 1974, above]

  • Landau, S.F. (1975c). Type of homicide and pathologies among homicide offenders: Some cultural profiles. Selected to be included in: Riedel M. and Thornberry, T.P. (eds.), Crime andDelinquency: Dimensions of Deviance.

  • New York: Praeger Publishing Co., pp. 35-47. [Reprint of Landau, 1975a above].

  • Landau, S.F. (1983). Is Israeli society more violent than other societies? In: Hareven, A. (ed.), On the Difficulty of being an Israeli. Jerusalem: Van Leer foundation, pp. 171-200. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, S.F. and Beit-Hallahmi, B. (1983). Aggression in Israel: A psychohistorical perspective. In: Goldstein, A.P. and Segall, M.H. (eds.), Aggression in Global Perspective. New York: Pergamon Press, pp. 261-286.

  • Landau,S.F. (1977). Temporal experience and the criminal. In: Landau, S.F. and Sebba, L. (eds.), Criminology in Perspective. Lexington, Mass.: Heath and `Co., pp. 129-146.

  • Landau,S.F. and Nathan, G. (1985). Verwarnung oder anklage: Selective sankzionierung von jugentlichen delinquenten durch die Londoner polizei. In: Brusten, M., Herriger, N. und Malinowski (Hrsg.), Entkriminalisierung: Sozialwissenschaftliche Analysen zu Neuen Formen der Kriminalpolitic. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag GnbH, pp.74-107.

  • Landau, S.F. (1989).Family violence and violence in society. In: Viano, E.C. (ed.), Crime and its Victims: International Research and Public Policy Issues.New York: Hemisphere Publishing Co., pp. 25-33.

  • Landau, S.F. (1990).Possible effects of the Intifada on criminal behavior of Israeli citizens. In: Gal, R. (ed.), The Seventh War. Tel-Aviv: Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing House, pp. 65-75. (Hebrew).

  • Landau, S.F. and Sebba, L. (1990). Victimological research in Israel: Past andcurrent perspectives. In: Kaiser, G., Kuri, H. and Albrecht, H.J. (eds.), Victims and Criminal Justice: Victimological Research: Stocktaking and Prospects. Freiburg I. Br.: Max-Planck Institute, pp. 179-205.

  • Landau,S.F. (1991). Police response to spousal violence: Some preliminary findings. In: Kaiser, G., Kuri, H. and Albrecht, H.L. (eds.), Victims and Criminal Justice: Legal Protection, Restitution and Support. Freiburg I. Br.: Max-Planck Institute, pp. 719-735.

  • Landau, S.F. (1994). Violent crime in a society at war: Israel and the Intifada.In: Ramirez, J.M. (ed.), Violence - Some Alternatives. Madrid: Centreur, pp. 63-84.

  • Landau, S.F. and Nathan, G. (1996). Selecting delinquents for cautioning in the London Metropolitan area. Selected to be included in: Hudson, B.A. (ed.), Race, Crime and Justice, a volume in: The International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology. Hampshire, U.K.: Dartmouth Publishing Co., pp. 187-208. [A reprint of Landau & Nathan, 1983 above].

  • Landau, S.F. (1997). Conflict resolution in a highly stressful society: The case of Israel. In: Bjorkqvist, K. and Fry, D. (eds.), Cultural Variation in Conflict Resolution: Alternatives for Reducing Violence. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers, pp.123-136.

  • Osterman, K., Bjorkqvist, K., Lagerspetz, K.M.J., Landau, S.F., Fraczek, A. and Kaprara, G.V. (1997). Sex differences in styles of conflict resolution: Adevelopmental and cross-cultural study with data from Finland, Italy, Israel and Poland. In: Bjorkqvist, K. andFry, D. (eds.), Cultural Variation inConflict Resolution: Alternatives for Reducing Violence. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers, pp. 185-197.

  • Landau, S.F. (1998). Crimes of violence in Israel: Theoretical and empirical perspectives. In: Freedman, R. (ed.), Criminal Justice and Criminology in Israel: Assessing the Knowledge Base towards the 21st Century. Albany, N.Y.: SUNY Press, pp. 97-120.

  • Landau, S.F. and Sebba, L. (1998).Victimological research in Israel. In: Freedman, R. (ed.), Criminal Justice and Criminology in Israel: Assessing the Knowledge Base Towards the 21st Century. Albany, N.Y.: SUNYPress, pp. 359-387.

  • Landau, S.F. (1998). Security-related stress: Its effects on the quality of life in Israel. In: Bar-Tal, Jacobson, D. and Kleiman, A. (Eds.), Concerned with Security: Learning from Israel’s Experience. Stamford, CN: JAI Press, pp.289-310.

  • Landau, S.F. (2001). Violent crime, social stress and solidarity in Israel: The Role of Education”, In: Ramirez, J.M., and Richardson, D.R. (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Approaches to Aggression and Reconciliation. Huntington N.Y.: Nova Science, pp. 23-50.

  • Landau, S.F. (2002). Social stress and violence in Israel: A macro level analysis, In: Silverman, R.A., Thornberry, T.P., Cohen, B., and Krisberg, B. (Eds.), Crime and Justice at the Millenium: Essays by and in Honor of Marwin E. Wolfgang. Boston, Mass.: Kluwer, pp.55-73.

  • Landau, S.F. (2003). Violence in Israeli society: Its relation to social stress. In: Medding, P.Y. (Ed.), Studies in Contemporary Jewry, vol. 19, Jews and Violence: Images, Ideologies, Realities.New York: : Oxford University Press, pp. 126-148.

  • Landau, S.F. (2003). The Social Perception of Victimization: An outline for the definition of the dimensions of Victimology. In: Hovav, M., Sebba, L. and Amir, M. (Eds.), Trends in Criminology: Theory, Policy and Practice: Essays in Honor of Menachem Horowitz for his 80th Birthday. Jerusalem: The Sacher Inst. for Legislative Research and Comparative Law, and The Institute of Criminology, Faculty of law, The Hebrew University, pp. 797-809.

  • Landau, S.F. (2006). Settings, factors and phenomena of conflict resolution in Israeli society. In: Albrecht H.J., Simon, J.M., Rezaei, H., Rohne, H.C. and Kiza, E. (Eds.), Conflicts and Conflict in Middle Eastern Societies – Between Tradition and Modernity. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp.257-274.

Other Publications

  • Landau, S.F. (1990).The red line: Violence and social stress. Politika, 31, 52-55. (Hebrew)

  • Landau, S.F. (1993). Aspects of violence in Israeli society: Its sources and implications regarding youth. Monthly Review, 25, 40-45. (Hebrew).

  • Landau. S.F., Sebba, L., Sagiv, B. and Nirel, R. (1994). Punishment by Service Work - An Evaluation Study. Jerusalem: Ministry of Police (Research Report). (Hebrew). 250 pp.

  • Landau, S.F. (2005). Violence Against Medical and Non-Medical Personnel in Hospital Emergency Wards in Israel. Tel Aviv: The Israel National Institute for Health Policy and Health Services Research (Research Report) (Hebrew). 303 pp.

  • Book reviews in several professional journals

 

PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

  1. Discussant of papers: Symposium on Violence in Israel, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, April, 1967.

  2. “Drug Offenders in Israel Before and After 1967”, presented at the First International Symposium on Drug Abuse.

  3. “Homicide in Israel”, presented at the Sixth International Congress on Criminology, Madrid, September, 1970.

  4. “The Use of the Computer in Criminological Research”, presented at the Symposium on Law in the Age of the Computer, Hebrew University, July, 1971.

  5. Section chair and discussant of papers in Criminological Policy and Action, Fourth International Congress of Social Psychiatry, Jerusalem, May, 1972.

  6. “The Offender’s Perception of the Victim”, presented at the First International Symposium on Victimology, Jerusalem, September, 1973.

  7. “Pathologies among Homicide Offenders: Some Cultural Profiles”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New York, November, 1973.

  8. “Institutionalization, Delinquency and Temporal Experience”, presented at the Eighth International Congress of Sociology, Toronto, August, 1974.

  9. “The Rape Offender’s Perception of his Victim”: Some Cross-Cultural Findings”,presented at the Second International Symposium on Victimology, Boston, September, 1976.

  10. “Agencies of Social Control and sex Differences in Youthful Delinquent Behavior in Israel”, presented at the International Seminar on ”Sex Roles, Deviance andthe Agencies of Social Control, Dublin, August, 1977.

  11. “The Processing of Females in the Juvenile Justice System in Israel”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Ga., October, 1977.

  12. “Discrimination in the Handling of Juvenile Offenders by the Police: Some Israeli Findings”, presented at the Ninth International Congress of Sociology, Upsala, Sweden, August, 1978.

  13. “Do Legal Variables Predict Police Decisions Regarding the Prosecution of Juvenile Offenders”, presented at the Eighth International Congress of Criminology, Lisbon, September, 1978.

  14. “Juveniles and the Police: Who is Charged and who is Referred to the Juvenile Bureau, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November, 1980.

  15. ”The Decision-Making Process of the London Police Regarding Juveniles”, presented at the meeting of the Israel Sociological Society, Tel-Aviv, February, 1981.

  16. “Time in Prison: Problems and Patterns of Adjustment”, presented at the Third Conference of the Israeli Society of Criminology, Tel-Aviv, May, 1981.

  17. "Aggression in Israel: A Psycho-Historical Perspective”, presented at the Seventh International Congress on Law and Psychiatry, The Hague, September, 1981.

  18. “Patterns of Violence in Israel: A Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspective”, presented at the Fifth Conference of the Israeli Society of Criminology, Jerusalem, April, 1982.

  19. “Trends in Violence and Aggression: A Cross-Cultural Analysis”, Presented at the Tenth World Congress of Sociology, Mexico City, August, 1982.

  20. “The Handling of Juvenile Offenders by the Police in Israel: Official Norms vs. Actual Policy”, presented at the Ninth International Congress on Criminology, Vienna, September, 1983.

  21. “Stress Factors, Social Support and Violence in Israeli Society: A Quantitative Analysis”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, November, 1985.

  22. “Possession of Firearms, Psychiatric Hospitalization and Violent Criminal Behavior”, presented at the Seventh Biennial World Meeting of the International Societyfor Research on Aggression, Chicago, July, 1986.

  23. “Family Violence and Violence in Society”, presented at the Fourth International Institute of Victimology, NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Tuscany, Italy, August, 1987.

  24. “A time Series Analysis of Violent Crime and its Relation to Economic and Security- Related Stress Factors: The Israeli Case”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Montreal, November, 1987.

  25. “Violent Crime and its Relation to Subjective Stress Indicators: Some Israeli Findings”, presented at the Eighth Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Swansea, Wales, July, 1988.

  26. “Classifying Victims: A Proposed Multidimensional Victimological Typology”, presented at the Sixth International Symposium on Victimology, Jerusalem, August, 1988.

  27. “Violent Crime and its Relation to Objective and Subjective Stress Indicators: The Case of Israel”, presented at the Tenth International Congress on Criminology, Hamburg, September, 1988.

  28. “Outward-Directed and Inward-Directed Aggression: Their Relation to Subjective Social Stress Indicator”.Invited Plenary Lecture, Fifth European Conference of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Szombathely, Hungary, June, 1989.

  29. “A Multidimensional Conceptualization of Victimology”, presented at the Sixth International Institute on Victimology, Onati, Spain, May, 1990.

  30. “Does the Palestinian Uprising Affect the Level of Violence within Israeli Society?”, presented at the Ninth Biennial World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Banff, Canada, June, 1990.

  31. “Subjective Social Stress Indicators and the Level of Reported Psychopathology”, presented at the Third International Conference on Social Stress Research, London, June 1990.

  32. “Stress and Social Solidarity in Times of War and Peace”, presented at the Sixth European Conference of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Jerusalem, June, 1991.

  33. “Subjective Indicators of Social Stress and Solidarity in Israel: The Effect of Sociodemographic Variables”, presented at the Fourth International Conference on Social Stress Research, Venice, June, 1992.

  34. “The Seasonality of Violent Crime: The Case of Robbery and Homicide in Israel”, presented at the Tenth Biennial world Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Siena, September, 1992.

  35. “Violent Crime and the Thermic Law of Criminality”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana, November, 1992.

  36. “Crimes of Violence in a Society at War: The Case of Israel”, presented at the Eleventh International Congress on Criminology, Budapest, August, 1993.

  37. “Violent Crime in a Society at War: Israel and the Intifada”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Phoenix, Arizona, November, 1993.

  38. “Conflict Resolution in a Highly Stressful Society: The Case of Israel”, presented at the Eleventh Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Delray Beach, Florida, July, 1994.

  39. “Crime Patterns and their Relation to Subjective Social Stress and Support Indicators: The Role of Gender”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society ofCriminology, Boston, November, 1995.

  40. “Early Aggression and Adult Socialization: The Israeli Follow-Up”, presented at the Twelfth Biennial World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Strasbourg, August, 1996.

  41. “Ethnic Conflicts, Aggression and Stereotypes: Israeli Jews, Israeli Arabs, and Palestinians”, presented at the Twelfth Biennial World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Strasbourg, August, 1996.

  42. “Crime and its Relation to Subjective Stress Indicators: A Follow-Up Study”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November, 1996.

  43. “The Personal and the National: Israelis’ Perception of Well-being in Times of War and Peace”, presented at the Ninth Meeting of the Israeli Psychiatric Association, Tel- Aviv, March, 1997.

  44. “Women Killed by their Intimate Partners: Some Israeli Findings”, presented at the Ninth International Symposium on Victimology, Amsterdam, August, 1997

  45. “The Relationship Between TV Violence Viewing in Childhood and Aggressive Behavior in Adulthood: A Follow-up Study”, presented at the 26th Meeting of the Israeli Psychological Association, Tel-Aviv, October, 1997.

  46. “Crime and Subjective Social Stress and Support Indicators: The Role of Ethnic Origin”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, November, 1997.

  47. “The Perception of Stress in Israel in times of War and Peace: The Effect of Personal Resources”, paper presented at the Annual Meeting on Mental Health, Organized by The Ministry of Health, Jerusalem, June, 1998.

  48. “Political Attitudes of Young Kibbutz- and City-Raised Israeli Adults: The Effects of Exposure to TV Violence in Childhood and Personality”, presented at the Thirteenth Biennial World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Mahwah, NJ, USA, July, 1998.

  49. “Differences in Kibbutz and City Raised Young Adults in Political Attitudes as a Function of Mass Media Exposure and Personality”, presented at the World Meeting of the International Communication Association, Jerusalem, July, 1998.

  50. “Intimate Femicide: The Israeli Experience”, presented at the Twelvth International Congress on Criminology, Seoul, South Korea, August, 1998.

  51. “Intimate Femicide in Israel: The Victim, the Offender, and the Criminal Justice  System”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington DC, November, 1998.

  52. “The Effect of Early Socialization and Military Experience on the Development of Aggression in Young Adulthood: The Case of Kibbutz- and City-Raised Israelis”, presented at the IX European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Spetses Island, Greece, September, 1999.

  53. “Crime and the Perception of Social Stress and Solidarity: The Role of Education”, presented at the Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada,  November, 1999.

  54. “The Social Perception of Victimization”, presented at The Eighth Symposium in Memory of Prof. Israel Drapkin on “The Victim and Society: Subjective Perceptions vs. Social Policy”, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, March, 2000.

  55. “Violent Crime, Social Stress and Solidarity in Israel: The Role of Education”, presented at the 15th International Colloquium on the Brain and Aggression (C.I.C.A.), Miraflores (Madrid), Spain, July, 2000.

  56. “The Effect of Religiosity and Ethnic Origin on Direct and Indirect Aggression Among Males and Females: Some Israeli Findings”, presented at the XIV World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression (ISRA), Valencia, Spain, July, 2000.

  57. “Religion and Different Types of Aggression: The Case of India and Israel”, presented at the XIV World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression (ISRA), Valencia, Spain, July, 2000.

  58. “Violence in a Multi-Stressed Society: Israel 2002”, plenary lecture at the Meeting of the Israeli Society of Criminology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, May, 2002.

  59. “Violence in a Society under Stress: The Case of Israel”, opening plenary lecture at the 2nd International Seminar on Violence and Adolescence, Tel-Aviv, July, 2002.

  60. “The Effect of Terrorism on Violence within society: The Israeli Experience”,  presented at the XV World Meeting of the International Society for Research on  Aggression, Montreal, Canada, July, 2002.

  61. “Senior Public Figure Offenders and the Criminal Justice System: The Public’s Perception”, presented at the Second Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Toledo, Spain, September, 2002.

  62. “The Effects of Terrorism on Crime Patterns in Society: The Case of Israel”, invited opening lecture of the Seminar on “Symbiotic Relationship Between Terrorism and  Organized Crime” at the Center for Information and Research on Organized Crime  (CIROC), The Free University, Amsterdam, December, 2002.

  63. “The Relationship Between Terrorism and Crime Patterns: The Israeli Experience,”  presented at the Third Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Helsinki, Finland, August, 2003.

  64. "Is There a Link Between Terrorism and Crime Patterns in Society: The Israeli Case", presented at the Societies of Criminology 1st Key Issues Conference, Paris, May, 2004.

  65. " Violence Against Personnel in Hospital Emergency Wards: The Israeli  Experience", presented at the Societies of Criminology 1st Key Issues Conference, Paris, May, 2004.

  66. "Personnel Victimization in Israeli Hospital Emergency Wards", presented at the 4th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Amsterdam, August, 2004.

  67. "Settings, Factors and Phenomena of Conflict Resolution in Israeli society", invited lecture for the Summer School on Formal and Informal Means of ConflictPrevention and Resolution in the Middle East. Banz Monastery, Germany, September 2004.

  68. "Violence Against Personnel in Israeli Hospital ERs : The Victim, the Offender and the Situation" presented at the XVI World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Santorini, Greece, September, 2004.

  69. "Coping with Violence: Some Theoretical and Practical Aspects". Invited presentation at a conference on "Coping with Violence", Rishon Letzion Academic College, Israel, April, 2005.

  70. "Personnel’s Victimization to Violence in Israeli Hospital Emergency Wards: The Victim’s Profile", presented at the 14th world Congress of Criminology, Philadelphia PA, August, 2005.

  71. "Personnel Victimization in Israeli Hospital ERs: A Multivariate Analysis", presented at 17th World Meeting of theInternational Society for Research on Aggression, Minneapolis MN, July, 2006.

  72. "Personnel Exposure to Violence in Israeli Hospital Emergency Wards: A Routine Activities Approach", presented at the 6th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Tuebingen, Germany, August, 2006.

  73. "Victimization to violence in hospital emergency wards: A routine activity Approach" presented at the Conference on ‘Victimology and the Law’,  Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, May 2007.
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