Pluralism and Homogeneity in Israel’s Social Services
Author: Yosef Katan Policy Research

This chapter discusses the factors that are pushing Israel’s social services in the direction of pluralism and separation, on the one hand, and toward homogeneity and uniformity, on the other hand, and examines their effect on the policy, structure, and functional patterns of the services at issue.

This publication is in Hebrew only.

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