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Perez-Vaisvidovsky, N., and Berkovitch, A. (Forthcoming). A Leave from Fatherhood: Perceptions of Fatherhood and Their Expressions in Court Rulings on Parental Leave for Fathers. Bar Ilan Law Review. [Hebrew]

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Perez-Vaisvidovsky, N. (2017). Fathers as Frauds – the Construction of Masculinity as Welfare Fraud in Parental Leave in Israel. Journal of Men and Masculinities. Advance Online Publication. DOI 10.1177/1097184X17696175

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