תחילת דף אינטרנט, לחץ אנטר כדי לעבור לאזור תוכן מרכזי

Prof. Israel (Issi) Doron (PhD)

Head of the CRSA - Center for Research and Study of Ageing

idoron@univ.haifa.ac.il

Phone: +972-4-8249954

Office: Room 225

Reception hours: Wednesday, 12:00-14:00

CV File

Gerontology

Prof. Israel (Issi) Doron, LL.B. (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel); LL.M. (Washington College of Law, Washington DC, USA); Ph.D. (Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, ON., Canada).  Currently Prof. Doron is the Head of the Center for Research and Study of Aging at the University of Haifa, the Past President of the Israeli Gerontological Society, and the Past Head of the Department of Gerontology. He specializes in the fields of law and ageing, social policy, human rights and ageism. Prof. Doron has written extensively on topics such as socio-legal construction of old age, and human rights of older persons (e.g.  Doron, I. & Apter, I. (2010): The Debate Around the Need for an International Convention on the Rights of Older Persons. The Gerontologist, 50(5), 586-593) and is the editor/co-editor of key books in the field such as "Theories on Law and Aging:  The Jurisprudence of Elder Law" (Springer, 2009); "Beyond Elder Law: New Directions in Law and Aging" (Springer, 2012; with Ann Soden) or "The Law and Ethics of Dementia" (Hart, 2014; with Charles Foster & Jonathan Herring).  Finally, Prof. Doron is also the founder of an Israeli NGO, "The Law in the Service of the Elderly", which has been involved in key strategic-litigation regarding rights of older persons in Israel as well as the international movement to promote a new International Convention for the Rights of Older Persons.

  1. Research Grants

  1. Grants Awarded

Role

Other Researchers

Topic

Funded by [ c = competitive fund]

Amount

Years

Publications

 

P.I.

-

Ageing in the Shadow of the Law: Elder Guardianship in Israel.

Israel Foundations Trustees (C)

$6,720

2001

D9

P.I

-

National Health Insurance in the Israel Legal System.”

The Roter Foundation (C)

$2,250

2001

D10

P.I.

-

Legal Planning in Old Age.

The Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences, Univ. of Haifa

$700

2002

D19

P.I.

-

Internet module on rights of the elderly

ESHEL  - The Association for Planning and Development for Services for the Aged in Israel."

$11,500

2003

-

C.P.I.

P.I. Prof. A. Lowenstein

Educational unit on Elder Abuse/Neglect

WHO – World Health Organization

$3,000

2003

J2

P.I.

-

Local Elder Law.

Minerva Center for Human Rights  (C)

$1,500

2004

H10

C.P.I.

P.I. Dr. Iddo Gal

Patterns of Public Complaints

The Israel National Institute for Health Policy and Health Services Research (N.I.H.P) (C)

$16,000

2004

D22

D33

 

P.I.

-

The Place of Therapeutic Contract in Social Work.

University of Haifa Research Authority

$800

2006

-

P.I.,

-

Ageing and Anti-Ageing in Israel's Supreme Court Ruling

The Minerva Center for Human Rights, (C)

$1,500

2006

D91

P.I.

-

Comparative course on Elder Law in Israel and Canada.

The Government of Canada Faculty Enrichment Award (C)

$4,000

2006

-

C.P.I.

P.I. Dr. Mimi Ajzenstadt & Dr. John Gal

Access to Social Justice

The Israeli Ministry of Science (C)

$78,000

2006

E12

P.I.

C.P.I. Dr. Iddo Gal and Prof. Shai Linn

Complaint patterns of disadvantaged groups elderly, new immigrants and Arabs to HMOs

Macabbi Research Foundation (C)

$21,000

2006

D38

D39

P.I.

-

Establishing a video-conference-based course on Multi-Culturalism

IASSW – International Association of Schools of Social Work

$3,000

2007

-

P.I.,

-

Legal regulation of older drivers: International comparative and critical perspective

Ran Naor Foundation for the advancement of road safety research.

$9,000

2007

-

P.I.

-

Ageism in Israel

The Van-Leer Jerusalem Institute

$20,000

2009

B6

P.I.

C.P.I. Dr. G. Enosh

Evaluating the Financial Upgrade of Elderly Day-Centers

The National Insurance Institute.

$30,000

2009

-

P.I.

C.P.I. Dr. Tova Winterstein

Elder Self Neglect

Macabbi Health Services (C)

$25,000

2009

D42

P.I.

C.P.I. Prof. Kim Dayton, USA)

Municipal Elder Law

Borchard Foundation (USA) (C)

$15,000

2009

D30

D45

D46

P.I.

C.P.I. Dr. Sharon Shiovitz-Ezra, Hebrew U

Evaluating ageism among health care professionals in hospitals, primary care clinics, and LTC facilities

NIHP - The Israel National Health Institute for Health Policy Research (C)

$80,000

2010

D68

P.I.

-

Mandatory reporting: a 20 years perspective 

Ministry of Welfare and Social Services

$7,000.

2010

I7

P.I.

-

The Supreme Court’s role in shaping Israel’s occupational pension policy

Pension and Social Security Program – Tel Aviv University

$7,000.

2011

-

P.I.

C.P.I. Dr. Tova Band-Winterstein

Law and Elder Self Neglect

Ministry of Senior Citizens

$10,000.

2011

D116

P.I.

C.P.I. Dr. Tova Band-Winterstein

Acre as a City for All Ages

The Jewish-Arab Center, University of Haifa

$10,000

2011

-

 P.I.

-

The construction of old age pension in Israel's Supreme Court

Ministry of Senior Citizens

$6,000

2012

D113

P.I.

C.P.I. Prof. Perla Werner

Awareness, Knowledge and Barriers to the Right of Health in Old Age

NIHP – National Institute of Health Policy in Israel (C)

$35,000

2012-2013

D64

*P.I.

C.P.I. Prof. Perla Werner

Stigma, Dementia and Law: The construction of Dementia in court rulings

ISF – Israel Science Foundation (C)

$34,000 (120,000 NIS)

2013-2014

D69

D72

*P.I.

C.P.I. Dr. Ma'ayn Agmon, Prof. Yocheved Laufer, Dr. Michal Elboim

A Qualitative Analysis of Dependency Assessment

Israel's National Insurance Institute

$53,000

(185,000 NIS)

2014-2015

-

*P.I.

C.P.I. Dr. Benny Spanier

Rights of Older Persons in the African Union

Minerva Center for Human Rights - Israel

$2,000 (7,000 NIS)

2013

D63

*C.P.I.

P.I. Prof. Perla Werner; Dr. Mika Moran

Health Promoting Environments

Eshel

$22,800 (80,084 NIS)

2014-2015

D73

*P.I.

C.P.I. Prof. Nina Kohn

Connecting Elder Law and Gerontology

Borchard Foundation Center, USA (C)

$12,500

2014-2015

D71

D77

*P.I.

-

Regulating Assisted Living Facilities

Ministry of Welfare

$9,500 (33,000 NIS)

2014

H20

*C.P.I.

P.I. Prof. Liat Ayalon + 10 European partners

Ageism: A Multi-National Interdisciplinary Perspective

EU COST – European Cooperation

in Science and Technology (C)

[ Overall budget ~600,000 Euro ]

(3,000,000 NIS)

2014-2018

B9

E38

*C.P.I.

P.I. Dr. Tova Band Winterstein

The Role of Non-Professional Workers in the Quality of Care in Nursing Homes

NIHP – National Institute of Health Policy in Israel (C)

229,178 NIS

($60,000)

2014-2015

D79

D85

*P.I.

-

Monitoring Legal Guardians Around the Globe

Ministry  of Justice – the Office of Public Guardian

12,000 NIS

($3,000)

2015

-

*P.I.

C.P.I. Prof. Perla Werner

International Workshop on Dementia, Structural Stigma, and Law

ISF – Israel Science Foundation (C)

65,000 NIS

($16,250)

2015

-

*P.I.

C.P.I. Prof. Guy Enosh & Prof. Shai Tsafrir

The development, structure and meaning of ERBs in the social sciences in Israel

ISF – Israel Science Foundation (C)

300,000 NIS

($85,000)

2015-2017

H24

*P.I.

-

Supporting informal family caregivers

Caregivers Israel

3,600 NIS ($1,000)

2016

I11

*P.I.

-

Strategic Planning for Aging Societies

Ministry of Welfare and Social Services

45,000 NIS ($12,000)

2016-2017

I12

* C.P.I.

P.I. Dr. Eyal Katvan, T. Ashkenazi, Dr. B. Shnoor, & Prof. E. Mor

The Consequences of Policy Changes regarding the use of Age Criteria in Organ Transplantation

 

NIHP – National Institute of Health Policy in Israel (C)

123,145 NIS ($30,000)

2017-2018

D65

*P.I.

C.P.I. Prof. Carole Cox

National and International Older Persons' Human Rights Index IOPHRI

Borchard Foundation

$19,300

2018-2019

D80

K7

*P.I.

-

The long term viability of default occupational pensions

Menorah-Mivtachim

92,000 NIS

($26,000)

2018

 

*Participating Partner

C.P.I. Dr. Noa Vilchinsky et al.,

ENTWINE - Caregiving

EU Horizon 2020 = Marie Curie ITN – Innovative Training Network; (C)

[Overall budget 4,000,000 Euro.]

2018-2024

 

*P.I.

C.P.I. Prof. Ilan Meshulam

Age-friendly workplace

Israel National Social Insurance

150,000 NIS ($42,000)

2018-2020

D84

*P.I.

C.P.I. Prof. T. Band-Winterstein et al.

Aging and Intersectionality

Minerva Center of Aging

3,840,000

NIS (960,000 Euro)

2019-2025

 

*C.P.I

C.P.I. Dr. Anat Herbest-Debby et al.

Vulnerabilities in Ageing

The Israel National Academy of Science

$16,795

2019

 

P.I

 

Int. Conference -The Future of Gerontology

The Israel Institute

$70,000

2019

 

  1. D. Dissertation

 

Title: From Guardianship to Long-Term Legal Care: Law and Caring for the Elderly.

Date of Submission: 2000

Number of Pages: 410

Name of Supervisor: Prof. Joan Gilmour (Osgoode); Prof. Bruce Ryder (Osgoode); and Prof. Ernie Lightman (School of Social Work, University of Toronto).

University: Osgoode Hall Law School; York University, Toronto, ON. Canada

Publications: D2, D4, D5, & D6.

 

 

  1. Scientific Books (Refereed)

 

          Authored Books - Published

 

  1. Doron, I. (2007). Law, Justice and Old Age. Jerusalem: Eshel. [220 pp. Hebrew].

1.a. Doron, I. (2010). Law, Justice and Old Age (2nd Edition – revised and expanded). Jerusalem: Eshel & Mosad Bialik [280 pp. Hebrew].

  1. Doron, I. (2013). Old Age in Courts of Justice: Older Persons and Ageism in Israel's Supreme Court of Justice. Tel-Aviv: Resling [202 pp. Hebrew].
  2. * Alon, S., Schindler, M., Doron, I., & Yuze, F. (2013). Older Persons at Risk: Legal, Clinical and Ethical Perspectives. Jerusalem: Eshel [243pp. Hebrew].

 

Edited Books - Published

 

  1. Doron, I. (Ed.). (2006). The Right to Die at Home. Jerusalem: Eshel [300 pp. Hebrew].
  2. Doron, I. and Mewhinney, K. (Eds.). (2007). The Rights of Older Persons: A Collection of International Documents. Montreal: IFA - International Federation on Ageing [488 pp.].
  3. Ronen, Y., Doron, I. and Slonim-Nevo, V. (Eds.). (2008). Human Rights and Social Exclusion in Israel. Tel-Aviv: Ramot – Tel Aviv U. Press [351 pp. Hebrew].
  4. Doron, I. (Ed.), (2008). Theories on Law and Ageing. Berlin: Springer Publication [157 pp.].
  5. Doron, I. and Soden, A. (Eds.). (2012). Beyond Elder Law: New Directions in Law and Aging. Berlin: Springer Publication [225 pp.].
  6. Doron, I. (Ed.). (2013). Ageism in the Israeli Society. Jerusalem: Van-Lear. [240 pp. Hebrew].
  7. * Foster, C., Herring, J., & Doron, I. (Eds.) (2014). The Law and Ethic of Dementia. Oxford: Hart [570 pp.].
  8. * Meenan, H., Rees, N., & Doron, I. (Eds.). (2016). Human Rights and Residential Care for Older Persons: International Perspectives on a Right's Culture. London: Routledge [228 pp.]
  9. * Doron, I., Georganzki, N. (Eds.). (2018). Ageing, Ageism and the Law: European Perspectives on the Rights of Older Persons. London, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing [206 pp.]

 

  1. Monographs

 

None

 

  1. Articles in Refereed Journals

Original Research  (Refereed)

Published - English

 

  1. Doron, I. (1999). From Lunacy to Incapacity and Beyond. Health Law in Canada, 19(4), 97-114. [SJR = 0.101; R = Medicine (miscellaneous): 2519/2998 (Q4)]

 

  1. Doron, I. (2002). A Perspective on Ontario’s Adult Guardianship Law: The Role of Law in Adjudicating Disputes Caused by Old Men Marrying Young Women. The Elder Law Review, 1, 43-54.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2002). Elder Guardianship Kaleidoscope: A Comparative Legal Perspective. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 16(3), 368-398.

[I.F. 2014= 0.257; R (2014)= Family Studies: 36/40 (Q4); Law: 110/143 (Q4)]

 

  1. Doron, I. (2002). From Elder Guardianship to Long-Term Legal Care. Ethics, Law and Ageing Review, 8, 117-137.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2003). Mental Incapacity, Guardianship, and the Elderly: An Exploratory Study of Ontario’s Consent and Capacity Board. Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 18(1), 131-148. [I.F. SJR = 0.144; R 2003= Law: 146/303 (Q2); Sociology and Political Science: 370/595 (Q3)].

 

  1. Doron, I. & Lightman, E. (2003). Market Control or Government Regulation? Assisted Living in Israel. Ageing & Society 25(6), 779-795. [I.F.: 0.667; Ranking 13/23 Gerontology; Q3].
    1. Also published as a chapter in Carmel, S. (Ed.) (2010). Aging in Israel: Theory, Policy and Practice (pp. 301-316). New Jersey, USA: Transaction Publishers.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2003). A Multi-Dimensional Model of Elder Law: An Israeli Example. Ageing International, 28(3), 242-259. [SJR (2010) = 0.109; R = (2010) Health Social Sciences 196/227; Q2].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2004). Ageing in the Shadow of Law: Elder Guardianship in Israel. Journal of Ageing and Social Policy, 16(4), 59-77 [I.F = (2010) 0.612; R = 23/30 Gerontology, Q4];

 

  1. Doron, I. (2004). Courts, Ombudsman and Health-Care Policy: An Exploratory Study of Israel's National Health Care Insurance Act. European Journal of Health Law, 11, 391-406. [SJR (2004) =0.221; R=89/319 (Q2) in Law].

 

  1. Doron, I. & Koren, H. (2004). Social Workers' Role in Homes for the Aged: A Twenty Year Perspective. Journal of Social Work in Long Term Care, 3(2), 47-70. [SJR = 0.11; R = Health (social science) 125/153, Q4].

 

  1. Doron, I. & Linchitz, G. (2004). The Work Versus ElderCare Dilemma and the Law: An Israeli Example. Ethics, Law and Ageing Review, 10, 109-124.

 

  1. Doron, I. & Totry-Gubran, M. (2005). Too Little, Too Late? An American Amici in an Israeli Court. Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, 19(1), 105-131. [I.F.: 0.28 WL; Ranking Comparative Law 8/37; Q1].
    1. Also published in Hebrew in: Doron, I. & Totry-Gubran, M. (2006). The birth and development of Amicus Curiae in Israel. Alei Mishpat, 5, 65-108. [Hebrew].
  2. Doron, I., Alon, S. & Nissim, O. (2005). Time for Policy: Legislative response to elder abuse and neglect in Israel. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 16(4), 63-82 [SJR =0.132; R= Gerontologhy 23/24 (Q4)].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2005). Caring for the dying: From a negative to a positive legal right to die at home. Care Management Journals, 22-28. [SJR =0.131; R=124/162 (Q4) in Health Policy]

 

  1. Doron, I. & Hoffman, A. (2005). Time for Law: Legal literacy and gerontological education. Educational Gerontology 31(8), 627-642. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03601270591003373 [I.F. 0.425; Ranking Gerontology 17/24; Q3];

 

  1. Koren, H. and Doron, I. (2005). Being a social worker in homes for the aged: The reality, the ideal, and the gaps between. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 44(3/4), 95-114 [SJR =0.281; R = Nursing (miscellaneous) 30/103 (Q2); Social Sciences (miscellaneous): 117/333 (Q2); Social Work: 28/52 (Q3)].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2005). From National to International Elder Law. Journal of International Aging, Law & Policy, 1, 45-72. [I. F. 0.09 WL; Ranking Elder Law 4/4; Q4].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2006). Bringing Law to the Gerontological Stage. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 62(3), 237-254. [I.F.: 0.614; R = 15/22 Gerontology, Q3].

 

  1. Doron, I & Gal, I. (2006). The Emergence of Preventive Elder Law: An Israeli example. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 21, 41-53 [SJR =0.126; R=79/102 (Q4) in Geriatrics and Gerontology].
    1. Also published in Hebrew in: Doron, I., & Gal, I. (2004). Prevention and legal planning in old age. Hamishpat, 9, 427-448. [in Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. & Davidi, A. (2006). Homes for the Aged and Residential Zoning: Can legislation make a difference? Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 20(1/2), 97-115; [SJR =0.111; R =30/39 (Q4) in Gerontology].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2007). Court of Ethics: Teaching ethics and ageing by means of Role-Playing. Educational Gerontology, 33(9), 737-758. [I.F. 0.330; R = Gerontology 19/22; Q4].
  2. Gal, I. & Doron I. (2007). Informal complaints on health services: hidden patterns, hidden potentials. The International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 19(3), 158–163. [I.F.: 1.326; Ranking 20/40 Health Policy & Services; Q2]
  3. Doron, I. & Golan, T. (2007). Aging, globalization, and the legal construction of "residence": The case of old-age pensions in Israel. The Elder Law Journal, 15(1), 1-50. [I.F.: 0.61; WL; Ranking Elder Law 1/4; Q1].

29.a.(Hebrew version also published at: Law and Governance [Mishpat & Mimshal] The University of Haifa Faculty of Law, Law Journal, 10(2), 637-700).

 

  1. Doron, I. (2007). Heaven or hell: Ageing behind bars in Israel. Hallym International Journal of Ageing, 9(2), 145-159. [SJR=0.101; R=27/32 (Q4) in Geriatrics and Gerontology].

 

  1. Melamed, Y., Doron, I., & Shnitt, D. (2007). Guardianship of people with mental disorders. Social Science and Medicine, 65, 1118-1123. [IF = 2.453; R = Public, Environmental & Occupational Health: 5/70 (Q1); Social Sciences, Biomedical: 4/28 (Q1)].

 

  1. Doron, I. & Werner P. (2008). Facts on Law and Ageing Quiz: older people's knowledge of their legal rights. Ageing and Society, 28, 1159-1174. [I.F.: 1.221; Ranking Gerontology 12/25; Q2].

 

  1. Doron, I., Rosner, I., & #Karpel, M. (2008). Law, social work and professionalism: Social worker's attitudes towards the 1996 Social Workers Act. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 30(1), 3-16. [SJR =0.156; R=227/429 (Q2) in Law].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2008). Law and Older People - The rise and fall of Israel's Senior Citizens' Act. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 20(3), 353-375. [I.F. (2010) = 0.612; R = Gerontology 23/30; Q4].

 

  1. Lowenstein, A. & Doron, I. (2008). Times of transition: elder abuse and neglect in Israel. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 20(2), 181-206. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/ 08946560801974695 [SJR=0.271; R=51/105 (Q2) in Geriatrics and Gerontology; 162/419 (Q2) Social Sciences (miscellaneous)].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2009). Time for municipal elder rights law: An Anglo-Canadian perspective. Canadian Journal on Aging, 27(3), 301-313. [I.F.: 0.370; Ranking Gerontology 26/26; Q4].

 

  1. Koren, C., & Doron, I. (2009). Bridging the gap between the real and the ideal. Hallym International Journal of Aging, 11(1), 77-89. [SJR =0.102; 101/107 (Q4) in Geriatrics and Gerontology].

 

  1. # Meri-Esh, O. & Doron, I. (2009). Aging with pride: The meaning of aging for homosexuals in Israel. Ageing International, 34(1-2), 42-59. [SJR = 0.109; Ranking Health Social Sciences 196/227; Q4].

 

  1. Shavit, M., Yusov., P., Gal, I., and Doron, I. (2009). Immigration and health services: Immigrant complaint patterns regarding the primary health care system in Israel.. Journal of Immigrant and Refugees Studies, 7(4), 419-437. [SJR =0.135; R=48/74 (Q3) in Demography].

 

  1. Doron, I., #Karpel, M., & Or-Chen, K. (2010). Social workers' attitudes to the law: An Israeli perspective. International Journal of Social Welfare, 19(1) 95-103. [I.F.: 0.724; R = Social Work: 20/39; Q3].

 

  1. Doron, I. & Apter, I. (2010). International rights of older persons: What difference would an international convention make on the lives of older persons? Marquette Elder’s Advisor Law Review, 11(2), 367-385. [I.F.: 0.21 WL; Ranking Elder Law 2/4; Q2].
  2. Doron, I. & # Linchitz, G. (2010). The legal standing to grandparents to visitation rights with their grandchildren. The Elder Law Review, 6, 1-13.

 

  1. Doron, I. & Apter, I. (2010). The Debate Around the Need for an International Convention on the Rights of Older Persons. The Gerontologist, 50(5), 586-593. [I.F.: 2.315; Ranking 6/30; Q1].

 

  1. Gal, I., Weisberg-Yosob, P., Shavit, M., and Doron, I. (2010). Complaints on health services: A survey of persons with disabilities. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 21(3), 181-188. [I.F. (2012): 0.644; Ranking Rehabilitation 49/67; Q3].

  1. Doron, I., Gal, I., Shavit, M., & Yusov, P. (2011). Unheard voices: complaint patterns of older persons in the health care system. European Journal on Ageing, 8(1), 63-71. [I.F. 1.268; Ranking Gerontology 13/30; Q2].

 

  1. # Mazor, U., & Doron, I. (2011). The meaning of community-rehabilitation for schizophrenia patients in Israel. Journal of Community Mental Health, 47, 351-360. [I.F.: 1.030; R = Health policy & services 42/62; Q3].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2012). A Judicial Rashomon: on ageism and narrative justice. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, (27), 17-28. [I.F. (SJR) 0.631]. doi: 10.1007/s10823-012-9160-7.
    [SJR=0.472; R=50/120 (Q2) in Geriatrics and Gerontology].

 

  1. Band-Winterstein, T., Doron, I., & #Naim, S. (2012). The meaning of self neglect. Journal of Aging Studies, 26, 109-118. [I.F. 1.139; R= Gerontology 16/31; Q3].
    1. Also published in Hebrew in: (2014). Society & Welfare (Chevra VeRevaha), 34(2), 235-258 [Hebrew].

 

  1. # Inbar, N., Doron, I., and Ohry, A. (2012). Physiotherapists' attitudes towards old and young patients in persistent vegetative state (PVS). Journal of Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 13(2), 111-124. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/14717791211231193
    [SJR =0.163; 34/46 (Q3) in Gerontology].

 

  1. Iecovich, E., & Doron, I. (2012). Migrant workers in eldercare in Israel: social and legal aspects. European Journal of Social Work, 15(1), 29-44. [I.F. 0.517; R = Social Work 29/38; Q4].

 

  1. Dayton, K. & Doron, I. (2012). Municipal elder law: A Minnesota Perspective. The Elder Law Journal, 20(1), 33-70. [I.F. 0.61 WL; Ranking: Elder law, 1/4; Q1].

  1. Doron, I. & Dayton, K. (2012). “Thinking Locally” Law, Aging and Municipal Government Findings from a National Survey. Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review, 21(2), 365-386. [I.F. 0.49 WL; Ranking: Civil rights 9/16; Q3].

  2. # Topaz, M., & Doron, I. (2013). Nurses' Knowledge and Attitudes toward Older Patients in Acute Care in Israel. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 18(2), 1-22. doi:10.3912/OJIN.Vol18No02PPT01. [SJR = 0.537; R=11/40 in Issues, Ethics and Legal Aspects (Nursing); Q2].

  1. # Love, H., Kelly, F., & Doron, I. (2013). Age and ageism in sentencing practices: outcomes from a case law review. Canadian Criminal Law Journal, 17(2), 253-280. [I.F. 0.02 WL; Ranking: Law & Criminology, 18/59; Q2].
  2. Doron, I., Band-Winterstein, T., & #Naim, S. (2013). The meaning of self-neglect: social workers’ perspective. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 77(1), 17-36. [I.F. 0.667; Ranking: Gerontology 25/31; Q4].

 

  1. * +Doron, I. (2013). Older Europeans and the European Court of Justice. Age & Ageing, 42, 604-608. [I.F. 3.107; R = Geriatrics & Gerontology 13/49; Q2].

 

  1. * # Spanier, B., +Doron, I. & Milman, F. (2013). Older persons and the European Court of Human Rights. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 28, 407-420. [SJR=0.409; R=58/117 (Q2) in Geriatrics and Gerontology].

 

  1. * Ayalon, L., Doron, I., Bodner, E., & #Inbar, N. (2014). Macro- and micro- level predictors of age categorization: Results from the European Social Survey. European Journal of Ageing, 11(1), 5-18. doi: 10.1007/s10433-013-0282-8. [I.F. 1.338; Ranking: Gerontology 20/32; Q2].

 

  1. * # Miloe, H., & +Doron, I. (2014). Social values and the role of law. Ageing and Society, 34(5), 820-837. doi: 10.1017/S0144686X12001286. [IF =1.230; R=15/32 (Q2) in Gerontology].

 

  1. * Winterstein, T., Doron, I. and #Naim, S. (2014). I take them with me – reflexivity in sensitive research. Reflective Practice, 15(4), 530-539. doi: 10.1080/14623943.2014.900031. [SJR: 0.385; R = 87/515 in Philosophy; Q1].

 

  1. * # David, N., +Doron, I. & Duvdevani, I. (2015). Older women with intellectual disability and the meaning of aging. Journal of Women & Aging, 27(3), 216-236. doi: 10.1080/08952841.2014.933608. [I.F. 0.846; Ranking: Gerontology 23/32, Q3].

 

  1. * +Doron, I., & # Kafka, C. (2015). The effect of social and cultural factors on ageism. Examination of the dual-process motivational model of ideology, politics and prejudice. Current Aging Science, 8(3), 241-7. doi: 2174/1874609808666150922130126 [SJR: 0.526; R = Geriatrics & Gerontology 55/111; Q2].

 

  1. * +Doron, I., Totry-Jubran, M., Enosh, G., & Regev, T. (2015). An American friend in an Israeli Court: An empirical perspective. Israel Law Review, 48(2), 145-164. [I.F. 0.15 WL; Ranking: International Law 84/198; Q2].
    1. Also published in Hebrew: Doron, I., Tutri-Jubran, M., & Enosh, G. (2011). Amicus Curia in Israeli Courts: An Empirical Study. Iuney Mishpat – Tel Aviv University Law Review, 34(2-3), 667-706. [Hebrew].

  1. * # Tourjeman, K., +Doron, I., & Cohen, M. (2015). Losing a grandchild: The mourning experience of grandparents in Israel. Journal of Death Studies, 39(8), 491-499. doi: 10.1080/07481187.2014.970298. [I.F.: 1.102; R=63/129 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; Q2].

 

  1. * # Spanier, B., Doron, I., & Milman, F. (2016). In course of change? Soft Law, elder rights, and the European Court of Human Rights. Law and Inequality (University of Minnesota Law School), 34(1), 55-86 [I.F. 0.68 WL; Ranking: Public Policy 16/125; Q1].
  2. * Shiovitz-Ezra, S., Ayalon, L., Brodsky, J., & +Doron, I. (2016). Measuring ageism based on knowledge, attitudes and behavior: findings from an Israeli pilot study. Ageing International, 41(3), 298-310. doi: 10.1007/s12126-016-9251-9. [SJR: 0.334; Ranking Social Science Health 133/273; Q3].

 

  1. * +Doron, I., & Foster, C. (2016). Is there a duty to respect 'Historical' faith? Christian proselytism of an older Jewish woman with dementia. The Journal of Law & Religion, 31(2), 118-129. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/jlr.2016.16. [I.F. WL: 0.26; Ranking in Law Journals on Religion: 3/11; Q1].

 

  1. * Werner, P. & Doron, I. (2016). The legal system and Alzheimer's disease: Social workers' and lawyers' perceptions and experiences. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 59(6), 478-491. doi: 10.1080/01634372.2016.1239235. [SJR =0.664; R=27/133 in Nursing miscellaneous; Q1].

 

  1. * +Doron, I., #Spanier, B., Lazar, O. (2016). Human rights of older persons in Africa. The Elder Law Review, 10, 1-44.

 

  1. * Bershtling, O., +Doron, I., Werner, P., & Laish-Shamir, A. (2016). The right to health in old age: professionals' and older persons' perspectives. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 83(4), 468-90. doi: 10.1177/0091415016655167; [IF=0.662; R=27/32 in Gerontology; Q4].

 

  1. * Katvan, E., +Doron, I, et al. (2017). Age limitation for organ transplantation: the Israeli example. Age & Ageing, 46(1), 8-10. doi:10.1093/ageing/afw162. [IF = 4.282; R=9/49 in Geriatrics & Gerontology; Q1].

 

  1. * # Spanier, B., & +Doron, I. (2017). From wellbeing to rights: creating an International Older Persons' Human Rights Index (IOPHRI). The Elder Law Journal, 24(2), 245-292. [I.F.: 0.61; Ranking in Elder Law Journals: 1/4; Q1].
  2. * +Doron, I., Lowenstein, A., & Biggs, S. (2017). Connecting Law, Gerontology, and Intergenerational Justice: Comparing Judicial Policies from the United States, Canada and Israel. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 36(3), 277-295. doi: 10.1177/0733464815581480. [IF=1.638, R=15/32 in Gerontology; Q2].

 

  1. * Ben-Harush, A., Shiovitz-Ezre, S., Doron, I., Alon, S., Leibovitz, A., Golander, H., Haron, Y., & Ayalon, L. (2017). Ageism among physicians, nurses and social workers: Findings from a qualitative research. European Journal of Ageing, 14, 39-48. doi: 10.1007/s10433-016-0389-9. [IF =1.177, R=20/32 in Gerontology; Q3].

 

  1. * +Doron, I., Werner, P., #Spanier, B., & Lazar, O. (2017). Court rulings involving individuals with dementia in Israel: Mapping the terrain. International Psychogeriatrics, 29(5), 755-763. doi: 1017/S1041610216002453. [IF =2.423; 68/142 in Psychiatry (SCIE); Q2].

 

  1. * # Karev, I., & +Doron, I. (2017). The right to leisure in old age. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 29(3), 276-295. doi: http:/dx.doi.org/10.1080/08959420.2016.1261388
    [IF =1.256; R=17/32 in Gerontology; Q3].

 

  1. * Kohn, N., Brown, M, & Doron, I. (2017). Identifying connections between elder law and gerontology: implications for teaching, research and practice. The Elder Law Journal, 25(1), 69-100. [I.F.: 0.61; Ranking 1/4 in Elder Law Journals; Q1].

 

  1. * Werner, P., & Doron, I. (2017). Alzheimer's disease and the law: positive and negative consequences of structural stigma and labeling in the legal system. Aging and Mental Health, 21(11), 1206-1213. doi:http:dx.doi.org/10.1080/13607863.2016.1211989

[IF =2.658; R=8/32 in Gerontology; Q1].

 

  1. * Moran, M., Werner, P., Doron, I., HaGani, et. al. (2017). Exploring the objective and perceived environmental attributes of older adults' neighborhood walking routes: A mixed methods analysis. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 25(3), 420-431. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/japa.2016-0165. [IF =1.837; R=13/32 in Gerontology; Q2]

 

  1. * #Paz, A., Doron, I., Tur-Sinai, A. (2017). Active aging and gender: agenda for future research. Journal of Women and Aging, 30(3), 184-203. doi: doi.org/10.1080/08952841.2017.1295677. [IF =0.658; R=28/32 in Gerontology; Q4; Women’s Studies: 28/41 (Q3)].

 

  1. * Agmon, M., +Doron, I., Ergon-Karlin, S. (2018). Gerontological activism: an example of an inter-generational academic course within a university-community partnership. Educational Gerontology, 44(7), 447-458. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/03601277. 2018.1495890. [I.F. = 0.674; R = 26/32 in Gerontology; Q4].

 

  1. * Mantovani, E., #Spanier, B., & +Doron, I. (2018). Ageism, human rights and the European Court of Human Rights: A critical analysis of the Carvalho v. Portugal Case. DePaul Journal for Social Justice, 11(2), 1-14. [I.F. WL = 023; R = 59/125; Q2].

 

  1. * Kohn, N., Brown, M., & +Doron, I. (2019). Connecting gerontology and elder law: implications for teaching (12 pp.). Gerontology, 65, 98-102. DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1159/000489883 [I.F. = 4.252; R = 10/49 in Geriatrics; Q1].

 

  1. * #Shavit, O., +Doron, I., & Ben-Aaron, Z. (2019). Love between couples living with Alzheimer's Disease: The Spouses' Perspective. Aging and Society, 39(3), 488-517. doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X1700109X [I.F. 1.386; R= Gerontology 16/32; Q2].

 

  1. * Band-Winterstein, T., +Doron, I., Zisberg, L., Shulyaev, K., & Zisberg, A. (2019). The meaning of the Unlicensed Assistive Personnel role in nursing homes: A triadic job analysis perspective. Journal of Nursing Management, 27(3), 575-583. doi: 10.1111/jonm.12713. [I.F. 1.912; R= 16/118 in nursing science; Q1].

 

  1. * +Doron, I., Werner, P., #Spanier, B., Lazar, O. (2019). Court rulings involving individuals with dementia in Israel: A qualitative perspective. Dementia: the International Journal of Social Research and Practice, 18(7-8), 2576-2595. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1471301217752150 [IF 1.786; R= Gerontology 14/32, Q2].

 

  1. * Zysberg, L., Band-Winterstein, T., Doron, I., Shulyaev, K., Siegel E., Kornas-Biela, D., & Zisberg, A. (2019). The health care aide position in nursing homes: a comparative survey of nurses’ and aides’ perceptions. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 94, 98-106. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2019.03.007. [I.F.: 3.656; 1/118 Nursing; Q1].

 

  1. Doron, I., #Spanier, B., & Cox, C. (2019). Comparing older persons' human rights: exploratory study of the international older persons' human rights index (IOPHRI).  The Gerontologist, 59(4), 624-634). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gny080. [I.F. 3.505; R=3/32 in Gerontology; Q1].

 

Accepted for Publication

 

  1. * # Segal-Reich, M., +Doron, I., & Mor, S. (2017). Ethical Issues in Advocacy by Nonprofit Organizations: The Case of Legal Consultation and Representation of Older Clients in Israel. The International Journal of Aging, Law and Policy (39 pp.)
  2. Also published in Hebrew in (2016). Society & Welfare, 36, 3-4, 503-522.

 

  1. * #Segal, M., Doron, I., & Mor, S. (2019). Consumer fraud: older people’s perceptions and experiences. Journal of Aging and Social Policy. (22 pp.). doi: 10.1080/08959420.2019.1589896 [IF: 1.256; R = 17/32 in Gerontology, Q3.]

 

  1. *#Eppler, R., Doron, I., & Meshulam, I. (2019). Conceptualizing age-friendliness in workplaces: proposing a new multi-dimensional model. The Gerontologist . (10 pp.). doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gny184. [I.F. 3.505; R=3/32 in Gerontology; Q1].

 

  1. Manevich, A., Rubin, S., & Doron, I. (2019). The two-track model of dementia grief (TTM-DG): The theoretical and clinical significance of the continuing bond in sickness and in death. Death Studies, (27 pp.). [I.F. 1.160; Ranking 22/40, Social issues Q3]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/07481187.2019.1688014

 

Published  - In Hebrew

 

  1. Doron, I. (1997). Governing Law for Nursing Homes and Old Age Homes in Israel: A Look Toward the Year 2000. Surveys and Research in Gerontology, 104, 22-26 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2002). The New Supervisory Regulations on Nursing Homes in Israel: A Lost opportunity. Social Security, 62, 65-89 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. & Gal, I. (2003). The Patients' Rights Act of 1996 and the Elderly in Israel. Gerontology, 30(3), 9-21. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2003). Physician Assisted Suicide: The Oregon Case. Medicine and Law, 28, 57-65. [Hebrew].

  

  1. Gal, I. & Doron, I. (2007). Patients' complaints patterns in Israel's health care system. Harefua, 146(6), 439-443. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2008). Ageing and Anti-Ageing in Israel's Supreme Court Rulings. The Law /HAMISHPAT, 25, 25-37. [Hebrew].

  1. # Reuveni, Y., & Doron, I. (2008). Ethical aspects of genetic counseling for Alzheimer's disease. Gerontology, 35(2), 49-70. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Alon, S., & Doron, I. (2009). Elder neglect: Theoretical, legal, and practical aspects. Gerontology, 36(1), 69-92. [Hebrew].

 

  1. # Hadad-Carmel, S. & Doron, I. (2009). Bereavement in old age: A loss of a grown child – the meaning of losing an adult offspring in old age. Gerontology, 36(4), 51-76 [Hebrew].

 

  1. # Schindler, M., Ulman, D., & Doron, I. (2009). Law, financial abuse and the elderly: Should we mandate banks to report? Gerontology, 36(2-3), 53-80. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2009). The Hague Convention on the International Protection of Adults and international aspects of medico-legal planning. Medicine & Law, 41, 167-178. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I., Hakim, M., & # Packer, T. (2010). Bio-Ethics & Fertility in Old Age: Supporting Older Women's Right to become Pregnant. Moznei-Mishpat – Netania Law Review, 7, 501-534. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. & Klein, E. (2010). Age Discrimination and the Labor Courts. Labor, Society and Law, 12, 435-468. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. & Halperin, D. (2010). Mediation and alternative dispute resolution in old age. Research in Law (Mechkarey MishpatBar Ilan University Law Journal), 26(2), 463-489. [Hebrew].

  1. # Yavich, M. & Doron, I. (2010). The meaning given by employers for their support to employees providing informal care for their aging parents. Gerontology, 38(4), 81-99 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I., & Shalev, C. (2011). From the Patients’ Rights Act 1996 to the Dying Patient Act 2005: Moving forward or backward? Medicine and Law, 43, 25-34 [Hebrew].

  1. Doron, I., Ayalon, L., Shiovitz-Ezra, S., Bodner, E., Inbar, N., Koren, C., Golander, H., Hazan, H., Carmel, S., Alon, S., Brodski, J., & Goldberg, A. (2011). Ageism in Israel and Europe: Preliminary findings from the ESS survey. Gerontology, 38(2-3), 73-92. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Shiovitz-Ezra, S., Ben-Harush, A., Doron, I., Ayalon, L., Golander, H., Alon, S., & Leibovitch, A. (2011). Reviewing vignettes as an implicit measurement of ageism among health care professionals. Gerontology, 38(2-3), 41-72. [Hebrew].

 

  1. # Ben-Eliezer, A., & Doron, I. (2011). The experience and meaning of older persons’ encounter with the courts. Gerontology, 38(1), 71-89. [Hebrew].

 

  1. # Segal-Reich, M. & Doron, I. (2012). Legal representation of older clients: models for resolving the "who is the client?" ethical dilemma. Hapraklit, 51(2), 653-692. [Hebrew].

  1. # Varshevski, T., & Doron, I. (2013). Older persons in Israel's State Comptroller Reports. Gerontology & Geriatrics, 40(1), 55-82. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * # Shtulberg, Y., & +Doron, I. (2013). The meaning of power of attorney for health care. Law and Medicine, 47, 70-89. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * # Schindler, M. & Doron, I. (2013). The safety of protected persons act and the hospitalization of older persons in institutional care: between the real and the ideal. Journal of Health Law and Bioethics, 5, 55-108. [Hebrew].

 

  1. *# Spanier, B., +Doron, I., & Milman-Sivan, F. (2014). Is the grass always greener on the other side? The struggle for older persons' rights in the European Court for Human Rights. Gerontology & Geriatrics, 41(3), 115-140. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * # Barel, M., Doron, I. & Strier, R. (2015). Guardianship in Israel: From legal to social perspectives. Social Security (Bitachon Socialy)), 96, 55-85. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * # Mano, O., & +Doron, I. (2015). Attitudes of patients with End-Stage Renal Disease towards dialysis and renal transplantation in young and old patients. Gerontology & Geriatrics, 42(1), 27-40. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * # Spanier, B., +Doron, I., & Milman, F. (2016). Israelis and the European Court of Human Rights. Ma'asey Mishpat (Academic Center for Law & Business Law Journal), 12, 199-260. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * +Doron, I., & Korver, Z. (2016). Old age pension and Israel's National Labor Court. Social Security (Bitachon Socialy), 99, 95-120 [Hebrew].

 

  1. * # Schindler, M., & Doron, I. (2016). Elder abuse by family members and Israel's therapeutic courts. Hamishpat, 22, 105-138. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * # Poliakov, E., & +Doron, I. (2016).The meaning of the decision to continue working in old age among home care workers in Matav. Gerontology & Geriatrics, 43(1), 69-92. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * +Doron, I., Band-Winterstein, T., & Kornfield, M. (2016). Elder self-neglect: The Israeli legal response. Alei-Mishpat, 13, 219-259. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * Doron, I. (2017). The history of the Israeli Gerontological Society: 2009-2012. Gerontology & Geriatrics, 43(3), 111-130. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * #Katz, U., & +Doron, I. (2019). The association between socio-demographic variables, knowledge on pensions, and the willingness of workers to contribute to occupational pensions. Gerontology & Geriatrics, 46(1-2), 91-106. [Hebrew].

 

  1. *#Kaplon, A., Band-Wniterstein, T., & Doron, I. (2019). The meaning given to planning ones life after retirement by people over the age of 50. Gerontology & Geriatrics, 46(1-2), 149-172. [Hebrew].

 

 

Accepted for Publication  - In Hebrew

 

  1. Barel, M., Doron, I., & Strier, R. (2020). Social work intervention theories and the elder guardianship legal process. Gerontology & Geriatrics. [Hebrew].

 

 

Reviews and Systematic Reviews (Refereed)

Published – English

  1. Doron, I. (2003). Law and Geriatrics: An Israeli Perspective on Future Challenges. Medicine & Law, 22(2), 285-300. [SJR=0.135; R=165/303 (Q3) in Law].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2006). Elder Law: Current Issues and Future Frontiers. European Journal of Ageing, 3(1), 60-66. [I.F. (2009) = 0.608; R = 23/26 Gerontology; Q4]

 

  1. Doron, I. (2007). Elder Law in Israel: The Development of a New Field of Law. Journal of International Aging, Law and Policy, 2, 33-66. [I.F.: 0.03 WL; Ranking Elder Law 4/4; Q4].

 

  1. Lowenstein, A. & Doron, I. (2008). Intergenerational Justice: An Israeli Perspective. Indian Journal of Gerontology, 22(3-4), 356-372.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2010). Municipal Elder Law: An exercise in legal futurism. William-Mitchell Law Journal/Mitchell Hamline Law Review, 37(1), 80-98. [I.F. 0.68 WL; Ranking Law General 10/191, Q1].

  1. Doron, I., & Meenan, H. (2012). Time for geriatric jurisprudence. Gerontology, 58(3), 193-196. DOI:10.1159/000335324) [I.F. 2.676; Ranking Geriatrics 21/47; Q2].

 

  1. * +Doron, I., & #Love, H. (2013). Aging prisoners: A brief report of key legal and policy dilemmas. International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 2, 322-327.

 

Accepted for Publications

 

  1. *Clarfield, A.M., Abu-Saad, K., Aviram, A., Calderon, R., Doron, I., & al. Health in Israel – A follow up on key issues (7 pg.). The Lancet [I.F.: 53.254; R=2/154 Medicine; Q1].

 

  1. * +Doron, I. 25 years of elder law: an integrative and historical account of the field of law and aging. Theoretical Inquiries in Law (24 pp.). [I.F. WL = 0.65; 3/36 in Jurisprudence and legal theory; Q1].

 

 

  1. E. Articles or Chapters in Scientific Books

      (which are not Conference Proceedings)

Published

 

  1. Doron, I. (2003). Legal Dimensions of Ageing in Israel. In A. Rosin (Ed.), Ageing and Gerontology in Israel (pp. 897-940). Jerusalem: Eshel. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2004). Social Rights for the Elderly. In Y. Rabin & Y. Shany, (Eds.), Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Israel (pp. 893-940). Tel-Aviv: The Ramat Hasharon Law College. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2005). Law and Poverty in Old Age. In Y. Brick, (Ed.), Poverty and Ageing (pp. 103-145). Jerusalem: Eshel [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2006). The Law and the Right to Die at Home in Israel. In I. Doron (Ed.), The Right to Die at Home (pp. 151-188). Jerusalem: Eshel [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2007). Demographic, social change and equality. In H. Meenan, (Ed.), Equality Law in an Enlarged European Union (pp. 117-144). Cambridge University Press.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2007). Old age, rights and disability: Legal perspectives on older persons' accessibility to the justice system. In D. Feldman, Y. Danieli-Lahav and S. Haimovitz (Eds.) The Accessibility of the Israeli Society for Persons with Disability on the Threshold of the 21st Century (pp. 223-248). Jerusalem: The Ministry of Justice [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2008). Jurisprudential gerontology: Theorizing the relationships between law and aging. In V. Bengtson, M. Silverstein, M. Putney, & D. Gans, (Eds.) (2nd), Handbook of Theories of Aging (pp. 643-658). New York, NY: Springer.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2008). A multi-dimensional model of elder law. In I. Doron, (Ed.) Theories on Law and Ageing (pp. 59-74). Berlin: Springer.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2008). Preface. In I. Doron, (Ed.) Theories on Law and Ageing (pp. v-x). Berlin: Springer.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2008). The Invisibles: Older Persons Under Guardianship. In Y. Ronen, V. Slonim-Nevo, and I. Doron (Eds.), Social Exclusion and Human Rights in Israel (pp. 205-232). Tel-Aviv: Ramot [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I., Slonim-Nevo, V., & Ronen, Y. (2008). Introduction: On human rights and social exclusion. In In Y. Ronen, V. Slonim-Nevo, and I. Doron (Eds.), Social Exclusion and Human Rights in Israel (pp. 7-18). Tel-Aviv: Ramot [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2009).Social solidarity or intergenerational conflict? On the legal construction of the right to strike for pensioners’ rights. In J. Gal & M. Eizenstadt (Eds.), Access to Social Justice in Israel (pp. 377-416). Jerusalem: Taub Center. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Brick, Y., & Doron, I. (2010). Shaping the relationship between family and the state: Israeli social policy. In Y. Brick & A. Lowenstein (Eds.) The Elderly and the Family: Multi-Generational Aspects of Aging (pp. 17-39). Jerusalem: Eshel [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I., & Kohn, N. A. (2011). Aging and law: Using a multi-dimensional model to understand the legal response to aging. In S. Chen & J. L. Powell (Eds.), Aging in Perspective and the Case of China: Issues and approaches (pp. 71-86). New York: Nova.

 

  1. Doron I., & Shai, C. (2011). The need for a new social policy towards the elderly in Israel. In E. Tzfadia & H. Katz (Eds.), Caring State or Abandoning State? (pp. 249-270). Tel Aviv: Resling & Sapir Academic College. [Hebrew].

 

  1. # Asaf, Y., & Doron, I. (2011). The meaning of aging among mature Kibbutz members. In M. Palgi & S. Reinharz (Eds.), One Hundred Years of Kibbutz Life: A Century of Crises and Reinvention (pp. 83-100). NJ: Transaction Publications.

 

  1. Doron, I., & # Spanier, B. (2012). International elder law: The future of elder law. In I. Doron and A. Soden (Eds.). Beyond Elder Law: New Directions in Law and Aging (pp. 125-148). Berlin: Springer Publications.

 

  1. Doron, I., Brown, B., & Somers, S. (2013). International protection for the human rights of older people: History and future prospects. In P. Brownell and J. Kelly (Eds.) Ageism and Mistreatment of Older Workers: Current Reality, Future Solutions (pp. 165-180). NY, New York: Springer.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2013). Older persons. In A. Handel (Ed.) The Political Lexicon of the Social Protest – Israel 2011 (pp. 113-114). Tel Aviv: Kibutz Meuhad. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2013). Social workers and law in Israel. In M. Hovav, E. Lawental, and J. Katan (Eds.) Social Work in Israel (pp. 68-89). Tel-Aviv: Kibbutz Meuhad. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I., & Goldberg, A. (2013). Appearances of Ageism. In I. Doron (Ed.) Ageism in the Israeli Society (pp. 13-27). Jerusalem: Van-Lear. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2013). Judicial Rashomon: Ageist and anti-ageist narratives in the courts. In Doron (Ed.) Ageism in the Israeli Society (pp. 218-232). Jerusalem: Van-Lear. [Hebrew].

 

  1. # Marnin, T., & Doron, I. (2013). Elder Abuse and Neglect: To Report or to Inform? Community Nurses' Perspective on a Policy Dilemma. In Y. Li (Ed.) Global Aging Issues and Policies (pp. 74-90). Springfield, Ill., USA: Charles Thomas Publisher.

 

  1. * Band-Winterstein, Doron, I., #Naim, S. (2013). Troubles? Problems? Comparing social workers' and older persons' perspectives on elder self-neglect. In J. F. Gubrium & M. Jarvinen (Eds.), Turning Troubles into Problems: Clientization in Human Services (pp. 121-136). New York: Routledge.

 

  1. * Lowenstein, A., & Doron, I. (2014). Israel. In A. Phelan (Ed.), International Perspectives on Elder Abuse (pp. 97-121). New York: Routledge.

 

  1. * Doron, I., & Waksman, Y. (2014). Adult guardianship in Israel. In K. Dayton (Ed.) Comparative Perspectives on Adult Guardianship (pp. 153-166). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

 

  1. * Doron, I. (2014). The socio-demographics of dementia. In C. Foster, J. Herring, & I. Doron (Eds.), Dementia, Law and Ethics (pp. 15-24). Oxford: Hart.

 

  1. * Foster, C., Herring, J., & Doron, I. (2014). Preface. In C. Foster, J. Herring, & I. Doron (Eds.), Dementia, Law and Ethics (pp. v-vi). Oxford: Hart.

 

  1. * Doron, I. (2015). Ithaka: On the journey to a new international human rights convention for the rights of older persons. In Ruebner, R., Do, T., & Taylor, A. (Eds.) International and Comparative Law on the Rights of Older Persons (pp. 18-34. Lake Mary, FL.: Vandeplas Publishing.

 

  1. * Doron, I., & Heinik, J. (2015). Legal dimensions of psychogeriatrics. In Heinik, J., & Dvoletzki, T. (Eds.) Psychogeriatrics: Selected Chapters (pp. 530-555). Jerusalem: Eshel [in Hebrew].

 

  1. * Doron, I., & Segal-Reich, M. (2015). Practical perspectives in providing legal advice for older persons and their families. In Prilutzky, D., & Cohen, M. (Eds.), Practical Gerontology: A Professional Overview of Working with Older Adults (pp. 65-92). Jerusalem: Eshel.

 

  1. * Doron, I. (2015). Older people and law: current issues and proposals for the future. In S. Rivas (Coord.), Generaciones Conectadas: Beneficios Educativos Derivados de la Ralcion Entre Nietos y Abuelos (pp. 19-32). Madrid, Spain: Psicologia Piramide.

 

  1. * Doron, I. (2016). In search of rights in a paternalistic environment: The Israeli experience of regulating residential care for older persons. In Meenan, H., Rees, N., & Doron, I. (Eds.). Towards Human Rights in Residential Care for Older Persons: International Perspectives (pp. 126-144). London: Routledge.

 

  1. * Meenan, H., Rees, N., & Doron, I. (2016). Introduction. In Meenan, H., Rees, N., & Doron, I. (Eds.). Towards Human Rights in Residential Care for Older Persons: International Perspectives (pp. 1-12). London: Routledge.

 

  1. * Doron, I. (2016). The rights of older gays and lesbians in Israel. In E. Morgenstern, Y. Lushinsky, & A. Harel (Eds.) The Rights of the Gay Community in Israel (pp. 369-394). Tel-Aviv: Nevo. [Hebrew].

 

  1. * Doron, I. (2016). The legal regulation of residential care in Israel. In E. Iekovitz (Ed.) Issues in Administration of Residential Facilities for Older Adults (pp. 37-57). Jerusalem: Eshel. [in Hebrew].

 

  1. * Band-Winterstein, T., Doron, I., & #Naim, S. (2017). Practice wisdom: professional responses to self neglect in Israel. In M. R. Day & J.J. Fitzpatrick (Eds.) Self Neglect in Older Adults: A Global, Evidence-Based Resource for Nurses and Other Healthcare Providers (pp. 193-212). NY: Springer.

 

  1. * Doron, I. (2018). Re-thinking old age: time for ageivism. The Human Rights Defender, 27(1), 33-35.

 

Accepted for Publication

 

  1. *#Reznitsky, S., Doron, I. Lichtentrit, R. The role of perception of death in end of life decision making. In End of Life in Israel [20 pp.]. Tel Aviv: Ramot. [Hebrew].

 

  1. *Lowenstein, A., & Doron, I. Elder abuse in Israeli society: legislative acts and special services. In Phelan, A. (Ed.), Advances in Elder Abuse Knowledge, Legislation, and Practice. [22 pp.]. NY, USA.: Springer International.

 

  1. *Doron, I. In Phelan, A. (Ed.) Changing Horizons in the 21st Century: Perspectives on Ageing & Lessons from Around the World. [7 pp.]. Cambridge, UK.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

 

 

F. Articles in Conference Proceedings

 

Published

 

  1. I. (2000). Ageing in Israel and Other Countries: A Cross-Cultural Prospective on Elder Guardianship. In USC International Seminar: Harmonizing Social Welfare for the Aged Through Socioeconomic Development in China, Japan, South Korea, Israel and the United States (pp. 81-153). L.A.: USC.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2003). The Many Faces of Elder Law: An Israeli Perspective. In 2003 NAELA – National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Symposium (pp. 1-37). Miami: NAELA.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2003). Ageing in the Shadow of Law: Adult Guardianship in Israel. In International Adult Guardianships – Presentations from the International Guardianship Network Conference in Berlin (pp. 112-141). Berlin: Viademica..

 

  1. Doron, I. (2004). Ethical End of Life Issues: A Jewish Perspective. In 2004 Joint Conference on Reaching New Heights in Law and Ageing Partnerships. Colorado Springs, USA.

 

  1. Doron, I. Begum, F., Daichman, L., Donner-Reichle, C., Freitag, G., Hoskins, I., Judge, L., Kalache, A., Kollapan, J., Machado, L., McDonald, T., Meissner, M., Mewhinney, K., Paul, S., Sleap, B., Stefanoni, S., & Steinke, M. (2009). Report of the Expert Group Meeting “Rights of Older Persons.” 5-7 May 2009, Bonn, Germany: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Social Policy and Development Programme on Ageing.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2009). 19th IAGG World Conference Abstracts: The need for jurisprudential gerontology. JNHA – The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, 13(1), S25-26.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2011).VII European Congress of the Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics: Would a new international convention make a difference on the lives of older persons? Aging Clinical and Experimental Research, 23(1) (Suppl.),

 

  1. Doron, I. (2011). Globalization, poverty and old age: why should we care? The Gerontologist, 51(Supp. 2), 434-434.

 

  1. #Topaz, M., & Doron, I. (2012). After all it is about knowledge: Nurses' attitudes toward older patients in acute care in Israel. The Gerontologist, 52 (Supp. 1), 84-84.

 

  1. * Doron, I. (2013). Ageism: Justice and Social Policy. Arnulf M. Pins Memorial Lecture Publication Series. Jerusalem, IL: Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare [42 pp].

 

  1. * # Paz, A., Doron, I., & Tur Sinai. (2017). Health and self-perception of health – do welfare regime and sociodemographic status have gender effect? Innovation in Aging, 1(S1),

 

  1. * Kohn, N.A., Doron, I., & Brown, M.T. (2017). Building connections between elder law and gerontology. Innovation in Aging (Suppl. 1), 839-840. DOI: 1093/geroni/igx004.3024

 

  1. Entries in Encyclopedias

  1. * Doron, I. (2015). "Law and Aging." In J. D. Wright (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Science (pp. 420-426) (2nd). Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

 

 

  1. Other Scientific Publications

Published

  1. Doron, I. (1999). Book Review, Richard Disney, Can We Afford to Grow Older. Social Security, 55, 161-165 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2001). Book Review, Dan Shnit, Privacy, Secrecy and the Right to Know in Social Work. Social Security, 61, 197-200 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2002). Book Review: Brick, Law and Politics. Welfare and Society, 22(4), 548-552 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2003). Book Review: Ageing and Public Health. Ageing and Society, 23, 528-530.

 

  1. Doron, I. (Guest Editor), (2004). From "law and social work" to "socio-legal work": Introduction to Special Issue on Law and Social Work. Haifa Forum on Social Work, 2, 6-13 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2004). Book Review: Professional Ideologies and Preferences in Social Work. Society and Welfare, 24, 365-368 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Lightman, E., and Doron, I. (2005). Ageing in Place in Israel and Ontario. Global Ageing, 3(3), 22-38.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2006). Heaven or hell? Older prisoners in Maasiahu. A View to Prison, 10, 11-20 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Lowenstein, A., and Doron, I. (2006). Intergenerational transfers and justice. Gerontology, 33(1), 25-34 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2006). Elder Rights and Local Government. Jerusalem: Taub Center for Social Policy Research. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Yanay, U., and Doron, I. (2007). Guest editors' introduction: social work, welfare and law. Society and Welfare, 27(2), 183-188 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2009). Book Review: Martin, B., & Zaidi, A. (Eds.) (2007). Mainstreaming Ageing: Indicators to Monitor Sustainable Policies. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate. Social Security, 79, 182-185. [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2009). Book Review: Arza, C., & Kohli, M. (2008). Pension Reform in Europe: Politics, Policies and Outcomes. London: Routledge. Journal of Social Policy, 38(4), 727-729.

 

  1. Doron, I. (2009). Book Review: Pieter Vanhuysse, (2006). Divide and Pacify: Strategic Social Policies and Political Protests in Post-Communist Democracies. Budapest: Central European University Press. Gerontology, 36(4), 117-120 [Hebrew].

 

  1. Doron, I. (2009). Book Review: Lynch. J. (2006). Age in the Welfare State: The Origins of Social Spending on Pensioners, Workers and Children. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Journal of Social Policy & Administration, 43(1), 93-94.

 

  1. Doron, I., & # Spanier, B. (2012). International convention on rights of older persons: Where we were, where we are and where we are going? Global Ageing, 8(1), 7-16.

 

  1. * Doron, I. On migration and old age: The legal perspective. Gerontology & Geriatrics, 40(2-3), 19-22 [Hebrew].

 

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