Notes on Contributors Y ECHEZKEL D AR is professor emeritus in sociology of education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has continuing research interests in educational inequality, transition to adulthood, and kibbutz society and education. Currently he is studying the military service experience of young conscripts and students’ experience during higher education. He is co-author (with Nura Resh) of Classroom Composition and Pupil Achievement , and editor of Education in the Changing Kibbutz: Sociological and Psychological Perspectives. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org M ATTEI D OGAN is a sociologist and political scientist. He is Research Director at the National Center of Scienti c Research in Paris, and Professor at UCLA, Los Angeles. His recent publications are On Pathways to Power ; Comparing Nations ; Creative Marginality ; How to Compare Nations ; Comparing Pluralist Democracies ; Elites, Crises and the Origin of Regimes: A World of Giant Cities . He is Chairman of the Research Committee on Comparative Sociology of the International Sociological Association and the Committee on Political Elites of the International Political Science Association. E-mail: email@example.com R EBECCA J EAN E MIGH , Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Sociology at UCLA. Recent publications include Poverty, Ethnicity, and Gender
Comparative Sociology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2002
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