Instructions for Authors:

  • The "Israeli Sociology" Journal invites the submission of empirical manuscripts, from a variety of methodologies and with distinct theoretical and empirical contributions to Israeli sociology in particular and to sociology in general.
  • Israeli Sociology will consider publishing only manuscripts that have not yet been published, in Hebrew or in any other language. 
  • The journal uses anonymous peer review process. 
  • The length of submitted manuscripts shall not exceed 9,000 words, including footnotes and bibliography. Submissions should include a 150-word abstract in Hebrew and English detailing the research question, method, findings and contribution.
  • Manuscript will be submitted in a Word format, David font, size 12, double space.
  • Tables and graphs should be attached in the body of the manuscript where they should appear, and in an editable format. In addition, pictures that appear in the body of the manuscript should also be attached in a separate image format. 
  • Manuscripts should include a cover page with the title of the manuscript in Hebrew and English, authors’ name in Hebrew and English, address, phone number, e-mail address, and their academic or professional affiliation. 
  • For manuscripts accepted for publication, it is the authors' responsibility to add internal links to in-text references, and to write the bibliography according to the APA rules, with full names of the authors of the sources.
  • The manuscript must be written in Hebrew. Manuscripts in English will only be accepted in exceptional cases. If the manuscript is accepted for publication, the authors must then submit a version in Hebrew.
  • The manuscript should be submitted by email to: 

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Taken from: Al Ha'esh (On the Fire) / Nir Avieli, Vol. 14 No.1

Taken From: Dancers in Iron Age Israel ca. 1200-600 BCE / Batyah Schachter, Vol. 13 No. 2

Taken From: Dancers in Iron Age Israel ca. 1200-600 BCE / Batyah Schachter, Vol. 13 No. 2

Taken from: Display of Institutional Power between Race and Gender / Noa Hazan, Vol. 14 No. 2