John Gal
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Is there an extended family of Mediterranean welfare states?
J Gal
Journal of European Social Policy 20 (4), 283-300, 2010
Social workers affecting social policy: An international perspective
J Gal, I Weiss-Gal
Policy Press, 2013
Social work education as professional socialization: A study of the impact of social work education upon students' professional preferences
I Weiss, J Gal, RA Cnaan
Journal of Social Service Research 31 (1), 13-31, 2004
Social policy for social work: A teaching agenda
I Weiss, J Gal, J Katan
British Journal of Social Work 36 (5), 789-806, 2006
The ‘why’and the ‘how’of policy practice: An eight-country comparison
J Gal, I Weiss-Gal
British Journal of Social Work 45 (4), 1083-1101, 2015
Appearances can be deceptive: Gender in the Israeli welfare state
M Ajzenstadt, J Gal
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 8 (3), 292-324, 2001
Professional ideologies and preferences in social work: A global study
I Weiss, J Gal, J Dixon
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2003
Where does it begin? A comparative perspective on the professional preferences of first‐year social work students
I Weiss, J Gal, RA Cnaan, R Maglajlic
British Journal of Social Work 32 (5), 589-608, 2002
Critical junctures, labor movements and the development of occupational welfare in Israel
J Gal, D Bargal
Social Problems 49 (3), 432-454, 2002
Poverty in the eyes of the beholder: Social workers compared to other middle-class professionals
I Weiss, J Gal
British Journal of Social Work 37 (5), 893-908, 2007
Immigration and the categorical welfare state in Israel
J Gal
Social Service Review 82 (4), 639-661, 2008
Policy-practice in social work and social work education in Israel
J Gal, I Weiss
Social Work Education 19 (5), 485-499, 2000
What kind of social policy do social work students prefer? A comparison of students in three countries
I Weiss, J Gal, R Cnaan, R Majlaglic
International Social Work 45 (1), 59-81, 2002
The perils of compensation in social welfare policy: Disability policy in Israel
J Gal
Social Service Review 75 (2), 225-244, 2001
Formulating the Matthew Principle: on the role of the middle classes in the welfare state
J Gal
Scandinavian Journal of Social Welfare 7 (1), 42-55, 1998
Does social work education have an impact on social policy preferences? A three-cohort study
I Weiss, J Gal, RA Cnaan
Journal of Social Work Education 41 (1), 29-47, 2005
The Middle East
J Gal, R Jawad
The Routledge Handbook of the Welfare State, 264-273, 2012
Decommodification and beyond: a comparative analysis of work-injury programmes
J Gal
Journal of European Social Policy 14 (1), 55-69, 2004
The needed and the needy: The policy legacies of benefits for disabled war veterans in Israel
J Gal, M Bar
Journal of Social Policy 29 (4), 577-598, 2000
Policy practice in social work: An introduction
J Gal, I Weiss-Gal
Social workers affecting social policy, 1-16, 2013
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