Lotem Perry-Hazan
Lotem Perry-Hazan
Professor of Law and Education, University of Haifa
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Children's participation in national policymaking:“You're so adorable, adorable, adorable! I'm speechless; so much fun!”
L Perry-Hazan
Children and Youth services review 67, 105-113, 2016
The ability to claim and the opportunity to imagine: Rights consciousness and the education of ultra-Orthodox girls
S Almog, L Perry-Hazan
JL & Educ. 40, 273, 2011
The framed right to participate in municipal youth councils and its educational impact
T Nir, L Perry-Hazan
Children and Youth Services Review 69, 174-183, 2016
Curricular choices of ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities: Translating international human rights law into education policy
L Perry-Hazan
Oxford Review of Education 41 (5), 628-646, 2015
The Hidden Human Rights Curriculum of Surveillance Cameras in Schools: Due Process, Privacy, and Trust
L Perry-Hazan, M Birnhack
Cambridge Journal of Education 48 (1), 47-64, 2018
Caught on camera: Teachers’ surveillance in schools
L Perry-Hazan, M Birnhack
Teaching and teacher education 78, 193-204, 2019
CCTV Surveillance in Israeli Primary Schools: Normalization, Resistance, and Children's Privacy Consciousness
M Birnhack, L Perry-Hazan, S German
Oxford Review of Education 44 (2), 204-220, 2018
Freedom of speech in schools and the right to participation: When the First Amendment encounters the Convention on the Rights of the Child
L Perry-Hazan
BYU Educ. & LJ, 421, 2015
Court-led educational reforms in political third rails: Lessons from the litigation over ultra-religious Jewish schools in Israel
L Perry-Hazan
Journal of Education Policy 30 (5), 713-746, 2015
Privacy, CCTV, and School Surveillance in the Shadow of Imagined Law
L Perry-Hazan, M Birnhack
Law & Society Review 50, 415-449, 2016
Legitimizing public schooling and innovative education policies in strict religious communities: The story of the new Haredi public education stream in Israel
S Katzir, L Perry-Hazan
Journal of Education Policy 34 (2), 215-241, 2019
Conceptualising conflicts between student participation and other rights and interests
L Perry-Hazan
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 42 (2), 184-198, 2021
The ultra-Orthodox education in Israel: Law, culture and politics
L Perry-Hazan
Law and Business 16, 233-251, 2013
Students’ perceptions of their rights in school: A systematic review of the international literature
L Perry-Hazan
Review of Educational Research 91 (6), 919-957, 2021
School surveillance in context: High school students’ perspectives on CCTV, privacy, and security
M Birnhack, L Perry-Hazan
Youth & Society 52 (7), 1312-1330, 2020
Disadvantaged youth’s participation in collective decision making
M Gazit, L Perry-Hazan
Children and Youth Services Review 110, 104759, 2020
Young children's perceptions of due process in schools’ disciplinary procedures
L Perry‐Hazan, N Lambrozo
British Educational Research Journal 44 (5), 827-846, 2018
From the constitution to the classroom: Educational freedom in Antwerp’s ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools
L Perry-Hazan
Journal of School Choice 8 (3), 475-502, 2014
Bidirectional legal socialization and the boundaries of law: The case of enclave communities’ compliance with COVID-19 regulations
N Barak Corren, L Perry-Hazan
Journal of Social Issues 77 (2), 631-662, 2021
On legal literacy and mobilization of students’ rights from a disempowered professional status: The case of Israeli teachers
L Perry-Hazan, E Tal-Weibel
Teaching and teacher education 90, 103016, 2020
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