Prof. Bar-Lev' Publications

Leslau, A. and Bar-Lev, M. (1999). Religious schooling, family and pupils' religious commitment. In Y. Rich, and M. Rosenak (Eds.). Abiding Challenges; Research Perspectives on Jewish Education; Studies in Memory of Mordechai Bar-Lev. (pp. 341-356). London: Freund; Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University

Bar-Lev, M. & Shaffir, W. (Eds.) (1997). Leaving religion and religious life. Greenwich, Conn. : JAI Press Inc

Bar-Lev, M. (1995). "Tora im Derech Eretz" in Israeli modern yeshivot : concept and reality. In M. Gillis-Carlebach and W. Grünberg (Eds.),  Den Himmel zu pflanzen und die Erde zu gründen" (Jesaja 51,16); die Joseph-Carlebach-Konferenzen - jüdisches Leben, Erziehung und Wissenschaft. (pp. 157-165). Hamburg: Dölling und Galitz

Bar-Lev, M. and  Dror, Y. (1995). Education for work in the kibbutz as a means towards personal, social and learning fulfilment. Journal of Moral Education 24(3), 259-272

Leslau, A. and Bar-Lev, M. (1994). Religiosity among Oriental youth in Israel. Sociological Papers 3(5), 1-57

Leslau, A. & Bar-Lev, M. (1994). Religiosity among Oriental youth in Israel. Ramat-Gan : Sociological Institute for Community Studies, Bar-Ilan University

Leslau, A., Polovin, A. and Bar-Lev, M. (1993). Subjective well-being on religious kibbutzim; the second generation. Israel Social Science Research 8(1), 27-46

Bar-Lev, M. (1991). Tradition and innovation in Jewish religious education inIsrael. In Z. Sobel and B. Beit-Hallahmi (Ed.). Tradition, Innovation, Conflict; Jewishness and Judaism in Contemporary Israel. (pp. 101-131). Albany: State University of New York Press

Bar-Lev, M. (1991). Politicization and depoliticization of Jewish religious education in Israel. Religious Education 86(4), 608-618

Kedem, P. and Bar-Lev, M. (1989), Does political socialization in adolescence have a lasting influence? : The enduring effect of Israeli youth movements on the political ideology and behavior of their graduates. Political Psychology 10(3),391-41

Bar-Lev, M. (1984). Cultural characteristics and group image of religious youth. Youth & Society 16(2), 153-170

Kedem, P. and Bar-Lev, M. (1983). Is giving up traditional religious culture part of the price to be paid for acquiring higher education? Adaptation of academic Western culture by Jewish Israeli university students of Middle Eastern origin. Higher Education 12(4), 373-388

Bar-Lev, M. (1982). Jeschiwot; traditionelle und moderne Formen. In W. Ackerman, A. Carmon, D. Zucker. Erziehung in Israel. Bd. I-II. (pp. 507-547). Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta

Krausz, E. and Bar-Lev, M. (1978). Varieties of Orthodox religious behaviour : a case study of yeshiva high school graduates in Israel. Jewish Journal of Sociology 20 (1), 59-74