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Prof. Dorit Roer-Strier
פרופ' מן המניין
חדר 213
02-5882201
Dorit.Roer-strier@huji.ac.il

 

Dorit Roer-Strier

E-mail: droit.roer-strier@mail.huji.ac.il

 

Higher Education

1992 Ph.D. at the Dept. of Clinical Psychology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA.

1981 Master’s Degree at the Dept. of Psychology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

1979 Bachelor’s Degree at the Dept. of Psychology (major) and Philosophy (minor), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2017 Full professor at the School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

2009 Associate professor at the School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

2001 - 2009 Senior lecturer at the School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

1996-2001 Lecturer at the School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

1984 - 1996 Senior clinical instructor at the School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Additional Functions

2013 cont. Director of NEVET Greenhouse of Context-Informed Research and Training for Children in Need. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

2016 Chair of the "Young Children's Perspectives of Risk and Protection: A Context Informed Study", international workshop funded by the Israeli Science Foundation (ISF)

2015 Visiting Scholar School of Social Policy and Practice, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

2013-2015 Deputy Commissioner of Discipline, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

2007-2011 Director of M.S.W program at the School of Social Work and Social Welfare. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2013 Israel-Germany - Lower Saxony, Germany, “ Development of relationships  during infancy: Risk and protective factors in minority and majority families in Germany and Israel”, Dorit Roer-Strier& Heidi Keller, 88,890 EU /200,000EU.

2014 Israel Science Foundation (ISF), “Young children's perspectives of risk and  protection: A context informed study”, Dorit Roer-Strier, NIS 218,000.

2017 Israel Science Foundation (ISF). Constructions of children’s risk, wellbeing and protection among social workers serving diverse communities in Israel: A context- informed study. ”, Yochay Nadan & Dorit Roer-Strier. 540.000 NIS

2017 Erasmus plus. developing modernized curricula on immigrants' and refugees' lives. DEMO.IL Dorit Roer-Strier& Yochay Nadan. 998.516,00 €U

2020 Israel Science Foundation (ISF) Attachment and relationship networks in large families: A context informed study, Yochay Nadan & Dorit Roer-Strier 258.000 NIS

 

 

 

List of Publication

 

Books & Edited Books

Leshem, E. & Roer-Strier, D. (Eds.) (2003).  Cultural diversity: A challenge to human services. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Magnes Press, Jerusalem, Israel (in Hebrew).

Roer-Strier, D. & Nadan, Y. (Eds.) (2020) Context-Informed perspectives of child risk and protection: Diverse populations in Israel. Springer's Child Maltreatment Series. NY,

Cham: Springer. ISBN: 978-3-030-44277-4

Chapters in Collections

Roer-Strier, D. (1999). Parents and children in different cultural groups in Israel: A multivariable arena. In C. Rabin (Ed.), Being different in Israel: Ethnicity, gender and therapy (pp.49-65). Ramot, Tel-Aviv (in Hebrew).

Roer-Strier, D. (2000). Socializing immigrant children: Coping with cultural differences at school and at home. In New vistas in education and society series. Special issue on Education, multiculturalism, identity and language development (pp.115-142). The NCJW Institute for Innovation in Education. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Magnes Press, Jerusalem, Israel.

Roer-Strier, D., & Rosenthal, M. K. (2001). Cultural transition: Effects on parenting and socialization. In M. Lisak & E. Leshem (Eds.), From Russia to Israel: Cultural transition and identity. Tel Aviv: HaKibbutz HaMeuhad, Kav Adom (in Hebrew).

Roer-Strier, D., & Rosenthal, M. K. (2003). Goals for human development: Images of an “adaptive adult” in multicultural societies. In E. Leshem and D. Roer-Strier (Eds.), Cultural diversity: A challenge to human services.  The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Magnes Press, Jerusalem, Israel.

Roer-Strier, D. & Strier, R. (2006).  The role of home and school in the socialization of immigrant children in Israel:  Fathers’ views. In R. Kirova, and L. Adams (Eds.), Children in transition: Effects of global migration on the young. Mahwah, NJ, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Roer-Strier, D. (2007). Reducing risk for children in changing cultural contexts. In Family and knowledge (Vol.3). Ministry of Education, Israel

Roer-Strier, D. & Strier, R. (2010). Fatherhood in the context of immigration. In M. E. Lamb, (Ed.) The role of the father in child development (5th ed.).  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. 

Franchi, V. & Roer-Strier, D. (2013). An interactive model of immigrant parents’ socialization strategies, teachers’ integration expectations and identity dynamics among minority adolescents. In E. Tartakovsky (Ed.) Immigration: Policies, challenges, and impact. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Marey-Sarwan, I. Otto, H. & Roer-Strier, D. (2015). Chapter 10: Children are a gift from God: Parenting among the Arab Bedouins in the Naqab desert in Israel. In N. Guerda, A. Bejarano & L. Debbiesiu (Eds.) Contemporary parenting: A global perspective (pp. 105-123). UK: Routledge Press.

Ponizovsky-Bergelson, Y., Roer-Strier D., Dayan Y. & Whale,N. ( In Press). Chapter 17:  Children’s perspectives of risk and protection In T. Tulviste, J. Gibbons& D. Best (Eds.) Children’s social worlds in cultural context

Roer-Strier, D. & Nadan, Y. (2020). Introduction: The Israeli stage for context-informed perspective on child risk and protection. In D. Roer-Strier, & Y. Nadan (Eds.), Context-Informed Perspectives of Child Risk and Protection in Israel (pp. 1-12)Cham: Springer.

Nadan, Y. & Roer-Strier, D. (2020). A context-informed approach to the study of child risk and protection: Lessons learned and future directions. In D. Roer-Strier, & Y. Nadan (Eds.), Context-Informed Perspectives of Child Risk and Protection in Israel (pp. 317-331)Cham: Springer.

Journal Articles

Frankel, D. G., & Roer-Bornstein, D. (1982). Traditional and modern contributions to changing infant-rearing ideologies of two ethnic communities. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 47 (4), 1-53.

Roer-Strier, D. (1996).  Coping strategies of immigrant parents: Directions for family therapy.  Family Process, 35, 363-376.

Roer-Strier, D. (1996).   Ecological study of child-care quality: A call for attention to the cultural context. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 4 (2), 77-88.

Roer-Strier, D. (1996).  In the mind of the beholder: Evaluation of coping styles of immigrant parents.  International Migration, 35 (2), 271-286.

Roer-Strier, D. (1996).  Coping of immigrant parents: Implications for prevention and intervention.  Society and Welfare, 16 (4), 467-481. (Hebrew).

Roer-Strier, D., & Rivlis, M. (1998). Timetable of psychological and behavioral autonomy: Expectations among parents from Israel and Former Soviet Union. International Journal of Psychology, 33(2), 123-135.

Roer-Strier, D., & Haj-Yahia, M. (1998). Arab students of social work in Israel: Adjustment difficulties and coping strategies. Social Work Education, 7(4), 449-467.

Roer-Strier, D. (1998). Coping with cultural transitions: Minority parents and children in Israel. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 6(2), 71-87.

Roer-Strier, D., & Olshtain-Mann, O. (1999). To see and not be seen: Latin American illegal foreign workers in Jerusalem. International Migration, 37(2), 413-434.

Roer-Strier, D. (1999). Childcare quality in cultural context. Society and Welfare, 19(1), 53-65 (in Hebrew).

Haj-Yahia, M., & Roer-Strier, D. (1999). Dilemmas of supervising Arab social work students. Clinical Supervisor, 18(2), 17-37.

Sands, R., & Roer-Strier, D. (2000). Ba’alot teshuvah daughters and their mothers: A view from South Africa. Contemporary Jewry, 21, 55-77.

Roer-Strier, D., & Rosenthal, M. K. (2001). Socialization in changing cultural contexts: A search for images of an “adaptive adult”. Social Work, 46(3), 215-228.

Rosenthal, M. K., & Roer-Strier, D. (2001). Cultural differences in mothers’ developmental goals and ethno theories. International Journal of Psychology, 36(1), 20-31.

Roer-Strier, D. (2001). Reducing risk for children in changing cultural contexts: Recommendations for training and intervention. Child Abuse and Neglect, 25, 231-248.

Roer‐Strier, D., & Sands, R. G. (2001). The impact of religious intensification on family relations: A South African example. Journal of Marriage and Family, 63(3), 868-880.

Roer-Strier, D. (2002). University students with learning disabilities advocating for change. Disability and Rehabilitation, 24(17), 914-924.

Roer-Strier, D., Weil, S., & Adan, H. (2003). The unique and the unifying: Children's narratives of cultural differences. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 11(1), 105-124.

Roer-Strier, D. (2003). Empowerment of students with learning disabilities. Society and Welfare, 23, 445-474 (in Hebrew).

Sands, R. G., & Roer‐Strier, D. (2004). Divided families: Impact of religious difference and geographic distance on intergenerational family continuity. Family Relations, 53(1), 102-110.

Roer-Strier, D. & Mansbach-Kleinfeld, I. (2004). Early childhood interventions in culturally diverse societies: Three metaphors in the making. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 12(1), 29-42.

Roer-Strier, D. & Sands, R. (2004). Families challenged by religious change: A cross-cultural comparison of mothers’ images of their daughters. Families in Society, 85(4), 485-495.

Sands, R. G., & Roer-Strier, D. (2004).  The contexts of religious intensification among American-Israeli women who have become Orthodox. Social Welfare Forum, 37, 63-84.

Roer-Strier, D. & Strier, R. (2005). Fatherhood and immigration: Perceptions of Israeli immigrant fathers from Ethiopia and the Former Soviet Union. Families in Society, 86(1), 121-134.

Roer-Strier, D., Strier, R., Este, D., Shimoni, R., & Clark, D. (2005). Fatherhood and immigration: Challenging the deficit theory. Journal of Child and Family Social Work, 10, 315-329.

Roer-Strier, D. (2005). Human behavior education for social workers in multicultural societies. Social Work Education, 24, 311-326.

Roer-Strier, D. & Sands, R. (2006). Using data triangulation of mother and daughter interviews to enhance research about families. Qualitative Social Work: Research and Practice, 5(2), 237–260.

Roer-Strier, D.  & Ben Ezra, D. (2006). Intermarriages between Western women and Palestinian men: Multidirectional adaptation processes. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 68(1), 41-55.

Roer-Strier, D., & Rosenthal, M. K., (2006). “What sort of an adult would you like your child to be?” - Mothers’ developmental goals in different cultural communities in Israel. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 30(6), 517-528.

Roer-Strier, D. & Strier, R. (2006). Fatherhood and immigration: From the deficit theory to generative theory of fatherhood. Society and Welfare, 4, 403-429 (in Hebrew).

Sands, R.G., Bourjolly, J.  & Roer-Strier,D.  (2007).  Crossing barriers: Interviewing across cultures. Qualitative Social Work: Research and Practice, 6(3), 353-372.

Roer-Strier, D. & Haberman- Friedman, A. (2007). Cultural sensitive family therapy with same sex partners: Three metaphors. Society and Welfare, 29(4), 597-619 (in Hebrew).

Roer-Strier, D. & Ben Ezra, D. (2009). Socializing children under fire: Western women and Palestinian men. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 40(1), 1-29.

Roer-Strier, D., Sands, R. G. & Bourjolly, J. (2009). Family reactions to religious change: The case of African American women who become Muslim. Families in Society, 90(2), 220-226.

Roer-Strier, D. & Kurman, J. (2009).Combining qualitative and quantitative methods to study immigrant youth: The case of children's dominance and perceived parental acculturative strategies. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 40(6), 988-995.

Ponizovsky, Y., Kurman, J & Roer-Strier, D. (2012). When role reversal and brokering meet: Filial responsibility among young immigrants to Israel from the former Soviet Union. Journal of Family Psychology26(6), 987.

Sands, R. G.  , Roer-Strier, D., & Strier, S. (2013). From family research to practice: Argentine families coping with the challenges of religious intensification. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services94(1), 53-60.

Bourjolly, J. Sands, R. G.  , & Roer-Strier, D. (2013). African American women's experiences around conversion to Islam. Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought32(1), 14-35.

Kosner, A., Roer-Strier, D. , & Kurman, J. (2014). Changing familial roles for immigrant adolescents from the former Soviet Union to Israel. Journal of Adolescent Research29(3), 356-379.

Dabbagh, T., Roer-Strier, D., & Kurman, J. (2014). Socializing the uprooted: The case of mothers from South Lebanon (SLA families) residing in Israel. International Journal of Intercultural Relations41, 102-111.

Roer-Strier, D., & Sands, R. G. (2015). Moving beyond the ‘official story’: when ‘others’ meet in a qualitative interview. Qualitative Research15(2), 251-268.

Cohen, E., Roer-Strier, D., Menachem, M., Fingher-Amitai, S. & Israeli, N. (2015). “Common-Fate”: Therapists’ benefits and perils in conducting child therapy following the shared traumatic reality of war. Clinical Social Work Journal43(1), 77-88.

Roer-Strier,D.  & Alshech, M.  (2015) Druze men in mixed couples: Challenges and modes of coping.  Society and Welfare, 35(3), 345-370. (In Hebrew).

Ponizovsky-Bergelson, Y. P. , Kurman, J. , & Roer-Strier, D . (2015). Immigrant's emotional reactions to filial responsibilities and related psychological outcomes. International Journal of Intercultural Relations45, 104-115.

Ponizovsky-Bergelson, Y. , Kurman, J. , & Roer-Strier, D  . (2015). Adjustment enhancer or moderator? The role of resilience in post-migration filial responsibility. Journal of Family Psychology29(3), 438-453.

Shalhoub-Kevorkian, N. , & Roer-Strier, D . (2015). Context-informed, counter-hegemonic qualitative research: Insights from an Israeli/Palestinian research team studying loss. Qualitative Social Work, 15 ( 4), 552-569.

Dabbagh, T. , Roer‐Strier, D. , & Kurman, J . (2016). Mothers’ dreams, children realities: The case of uprooted families from South Lebanon. Family Process, 55(2), 354-67.

Kadan, S. Roer-Strier, D. & Bekerman, Z . (2016). Social workers from oppressed minority group treating majority group’s clients: A case study of Palestinian social workers. Social Work, 62(2), 156–164.

Hochman, Y.& Roer-Strier, D. (2017). The right to remember: The story of the children of Yamit. Megamot, 22(1),  (in Hebrew).

Roer-Strier, D. (2017). Academic training for context-adapted social work with families: Insights and challenges. Society and Welfare   36(3-4)  439-461.

Dabbagh, T. , Roer-Strier, D. & Kurman, J. (2016). Filial responsibility among uprooted families from South Lebanon: Perspectives of mothers’ and children. Journal of Research on Adolescence. 27 (3), 506-520.

 Ponizovsky-Bergelson, Y. , Kurman, J. , & Roer-Strier, D.  (2017). The role of resilience in the adjustment of immigrant youth who experienced filial responsibility. Society and Welfare 37 (1), 59-63 (in Hebrew).

Marey-Sarwan, I.  & Roer-Strier, D.  (2017). Parent’s perceptions of risk for children: Case study of Bedouin parents from unrecognized villages in Israel. Social Service Review. 91(2), 171-202. 

Wahle, N. , Ponizovsky-Bergelson, Y. , Dayan,Y., Erlichman,O. & Roer-Strier, D. (2017). On the margins of racism, immigration and war: Perspectives on risk and protection of young children of Ethiopian origin in Israel. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal. 25(2), 305-320.

Marey-Sarwan, I.  , Roer-Strier, D. & Otto, H.  (2017). Contextualizing risk and protection: Perceptions of Bedouin mothers from unrecognized villages in the Naqab. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 88(3), 306-315.

Kadan, S., Roer-Strier, D. & Bekerman, Z. (2018). Training in the shadow of the conflict: Perceptions of Palestinians social workers. Society and Welfare (in Hebrew)

Nadan,Y.,Roer-Strier,D., Gemara,N., Engdou -Vanda,S.& Tener,D. (2018). In the eyes of the beholder: Parental and professional value mismatch in child risk and protection in two communities in Israel. International Journal of Psychology  53(2(, 23–33.

Uliza,N. Yonna,L.& Roer-Strier,D. (2018) Children at risk in the eyes of parents of “One and a half generation” from the Former Soviet Union MifGash ( Incounter-Social work in education) 26,101-134 (in Hebrew)  

Nadan, Y.,  Gemara, N., Keesing, R., Bamberger, E. Roer-Strier,D. & Korbin, J. (2018)

‘Spiritual Risk’: A parental perception of risk for children in the Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. The British Journal of Social Work, https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcy092

Ponizovsky-Bergelson, Y. , Dayan,Y., Roer-Strier, D. & Wahle, N. (2019). A qualitative interview with young children: What encourages or inhibits young children's participation?  International Journal of Qualitative ethods18.  10.1177/1609406919840516 

Ponizovsky-Bergelson, Y., Roer-Strier D., Dayan Y. & Whale,N. ( 2019). Chapter 17:  Children’s perspectives of risk and protection In T. Tulviste, J. Gibbons& D. Best (Eds.) Children’s social worlds in cultural context

Marey-Sarwan, I., Roer-Strier, D.,Strier,R. ( In Press) Blurring the borders with Anzaldúa in ontext-informed, anti-oppressive research: The case of Bedouin women,. British Journal of Social Work