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BAR-ILAN  UNIVERSITY                  FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

Interdisciplinary Department of Social Sciences

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

  1. Personal Information

Name:             Dr. Ruth Wolf

Email:             wolfru@walla.co.il

 

  1. Professional Affiliations

1983 – Present      Member of the Association of Counselors (assisted in

                              establishing the Association’s ethic code)

2002 – Present      Board member, Gestalt Institute

2002 – Present      Board member, Association of Hebrew Editors

2003 – Present      Member, Oggen organization for the prevention of corruption

2004 – Present      Member, Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy

2004 – Present      Manager of Children's literature, Association of Hebrew

                              Editors

2004- Present        Member, The Israeli Institute of Management

2005 –Present       Member, The Movement for Quality Government in Israel

 

  1. Editorial Board Affiliations

 

2012 - Present    Editorial Board Member, The International Society of Humor

Studies

2012 - Present    Reviewer, International Journal of Emerging Markets

2013 – Present   Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Management

    2013 – Present   Reviewer, British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural

Science

 

  1. Courses Taught

   Undergraduate:

               Moral and Social Economic Responsibility

               Morals and Ethics

               Mediation in Areas of Management

               Medical Ethics

Penal Law

 

  1. Main Areas of Interest
  1. Business ethics – The implementation of ethical programs within corporations and large organizations.
  2. CSR- corporate social responsibility- firms contributing to society
  3. Moral Judgment and moral development – I am interested in enhancing  children's moral development and the prevention of corruption among employees of large corporations.
  4. Ethical Behavior- preventing violence and sexual abuse in families and society
  5. Mediation – increasing the search for peaceful resolutions of conflicts.
  6. Bibliotherapy – treatment using literature and creativity as a mean for children's cognitive and personal growth.

 

  1. List of publications

            Books:

  1. Wolf, R., Issa, T., & Thiel, M. (eds.).  (2015). Empowering Organizations through Corporate Social Responsibility. IGI Global, University of Pennsylvania .
  2. Wolf, R., & Issa, T. (eds.).  (2015). International Business Ethics and Growth  Opportunities. IGI Global, University of Pennsylvania (in press-).
  3. Wolf, R. (2008). Ethics is good for business, Jerusalem, Mass publication – Textbook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapters in books:

  1. Wolf, R. (2015). Corporate Social Responsibility – Contribution to All . In: R. Wolf, T. Issa, & M. Thiel (eds.) Empowering Organizations through Corporate Social Responsibility. IGI Global, University of Pennsylvania .
  2. Wolf, R. (2015).Corporate Social Responsibility in the West (U.S. and West Europe) vs. East (China). In: R. Wolf, & T. Issa (eds.) International Business Ethics and Growth Opportunities. IGI Global, University of Pennsylvania .
  3. Wolf, R. (2015). Self-Awareness: A Way to Promote Ethical Management. In: R. Wolf, & T. Issa (eds.) International Business Ethics and Growth Opportunities. IGI Global, University of Pennsylvania (January 2015).
  4. Wolf, R. (2012). Comics as a powerful tool of  teaching method for ethical and social learning in school. In: A. Ziv & A. Sover, (eds.) . The importance of not being serious. Jerusalem: Carmel. (Heb)
  5. Wolf, R. (2002). Finding a quasi-phenomenological definition of terror. Delinquency and Social Deviation: Theory and Application, (pp. 351-372). Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press. (Heb) (with Wolf Y.).
  6. Wolf, R. (2002). Education of morality at a tender age under conditions of complex reality: Theoretical, empirical and practical aspects. In N. Maslovaty & Y. Iram (eds.), Values Education in Various Teaching Contexts (pp. 145-161). Tel-Aviv: Ramot – Tel-Aviv University. (Heb) (with Wolf, Y.)
  7. Wolf, R. (2000). Moral education in school. In S. Raz (Ed.), The Zionist Religious Collection, (pp. 450-458). Jerusalem: Hapoel Hamizrachi. (Heb)

 

 

 

 

Articles in refereed journals/periodicals

  1. Wolf, R. (2014) Repentance, Prayer and Forgiveness During the High Holy Days as a Source for Man's Strength. Oreshet: A Journal of Jewish Studies, Society and Education V, 131-142.
  2. Wolf, R. (2014). Escaping the "Physical Child Abuse" Patter- Therapeutic Intervention with Victims of Violence in the Family Using the Gestalt Method, Pediatrics & Therapeutics 4(1) 192-195.
  3. Wolf, R. (2013). Ethical Issues in India and their Ramifications on Economic Development. Mustang Journal of Business and Ethics, 109 (6),
  4. Wolf, R. (2013). Management and ethical relations in the work culture in Japan as compared to that of the West. Innovative Journal of Business and Management, 2 (5), 116-122
  5. Wolf, R. (2013). The solution for achieving ethical economics: Strengthening the ethics of accountants. Indian Journal of Management, 6(8), 25-31.
  6. Wolf, R. (2013). Various ethical perspectives when training students for business management. Mustang Journal of Business Ethics, 4, 106-111.
  7. Wolf, R. (2013). Corporate Social Responsibility as a tool to increase happiness among workers in an organization. Indian Journal of Management, 6(3), 45-49.
  8. Wolf, R. (2013). Comics as Learning Toll of Ethics in Organizations and Companies. Israeli Journal for Humor Research, 4, 46-56.
  9. Wolf, R. (2012). Personal Feedback as a Tool for Good Management. Mustang Journal of Business and Ethics, 3, 113-122.
  10. Wolf, R. (2011). How pediatricians can deal with children who have been sexually abused by family members. ISRN Pediatrics Journal .
  11. Wolf, R. (2011). The Money Environment: Calculations Regarding Ecology and Preservation of the Green Environment. Roeh Haheshbon, , 25, 108-115.
  12. Wolf, R. (2006). The doctor as a key figure in identification, diagnosis and initial assistance to child victims of sexual exploitation among family. Recovery, Ha’Refua,145, 587-591. (HEB)
  13. Wolf, R. (2005), Using Logotherapy in school-based interventions with victims of sexual abuse. The International Forum for Logotherapy, 1-24.
  14. Wolf, R. (2004). More solutions for the prevention of violence and delinquency among youth – guiding families whose behavior pattern is harmful to children. Ha’Nefesh, 17-18, 114-119. (HEB).
  15. Wolf, R. (2004). Writing a ‘personal prayer’ as a tool for diagnosis and consultation. The Educational Consultant, 218-229. (HEB).
  16. Wolf, R. & Wolf, Y. (2000). Israeli citizens perception of terrorism. Acta Criminologia, 13, 3, pp. 86-91.
  17. Wolf, R. (1998). How school counselors can deal with children who have been sexually abused by family members. Journal of Counselor Education & Supervision, 7, pp. 1-28. (HEB).
  18. Wolf, R. (1996). The intervention plan “instrumental enrichment” – evaluations concerning success in creating a change among adolescents. Dapim, 22, pp. 84-108. (HEB) .

 

Additional Articles

 

  1. Wolf, R. (2013). Comics as a learning tool of ethics  in organizations and companies. Mashabey Enosh, March-April, 62-68. (Heb)
  2. Wolf, R. (2012). Giving and Compassion, Daf Shvu'ee, 901, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
  3. Wolf, R. (2010). The Need for Businessmen to Understand the Culture and the ethics of the Nation They Negotiate With, Human Resources, 267-268, 10-13.
  4. Wolf, R. (2010). Love According to the Song of Songs and the Psychological Literature, Ma’aglei Nefesh, 2, 38-40.
  5. Wolf, R. (2009). Moses – A model of leadership, Daf Shvu'ee, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
  6. Wolf, R. (2009). Plain Language and Fancy Language in Children’s Literature, Children and Young Adult Literature, 130, 54-60.
  7. Wolf, R. (2009). What Can be Learned from the Confucian Approach to Society, Leadership and Work Culture, Neto +, 222, 100-102.
  8. Wolf, R. (2009). Ethics as a Main Foundation of Internal Auditing Nihul Shakof, Tel Aviv University.
  9. Wolf, R. (2009). Comics as a Teaching Method in School, Kesher Ayin, 193, 34-36.
  10. Wolf, R. (2009). The Connection between Modern Psychology and the Talmud – The Text Regarding Rabbi Joshua – “Fortunate is She Who Gave Birth to Him”, Mima’amakim, 27.
  11. Wolf, R. (2009). An examination of the Leadership of Moses as an Example of Ideal Leadership, Daf Shvu’ee, 828, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
  12. Wolf, R. (2009). The Comic Literature – A Way to Deliver Messages and Values in Organizations and Companies, Human Resources, 261-262, 8-11.
  13. Wolf, R. (2009). The Circle of Life and Family Generations in Children’s Literature, Moznaiim, 83(1), 32-35.
  14. Wolf, R. (2007). Abraham and Sarah, Daf Shvu'ee, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
  15. Wolf, R. (2006). A spotlight on corporate ethics: "The Trojan Horse" – industrial and business espionage. Mashabei Enosh, 19, 46-50.
  16. Wolf, R. (2006). Guanxi, the gift-giving custom in China as an instrument for deepening business relations. Nihul, 165, 58-60.
  17. Wolf, R. (2006). Ethic legislation – Needed. Neto+, 22, 187, 111-116.
  18. Wolf, R. (2006). Enhancing ethics among accountants: How will accountants overcome obstacles?. Roe'e HaHeshbon, NH, 2(454), 122-125.
  19. Wolf, R. (2005). The key to faith: Personal feedback. Management, 162, 40-45.
  20. Wolf, R. (2004). The ethics of compassion as compared to the ethics of justice. Human Resources, 193, 28-35. (HEB)
  21. Wolf, R. (2004). How to build a code of ethics in factories and holding companies. Human Resources, 198, 26-30. (HEB)
  22. Wolf, R. (2004). Compassion – an emotional direction as part of building a moral outlook. Talleli Orot, 11, 288-298. (HEB)
  23. Wolf, R. (2003). The Song of Songs and human relations. Daf Shvu'ee, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
  24. Wolf, R. (2003). Decision-making in a team and learning from mistakes as means of improving organizational effectiveness. Management, 153/4, 34-36. (HEB)
  25. Wolf, R. (2003). On the phenomenon of sexual injury in young children within the family. Derech Efrata, 11, 49-60. (HEB).
  26. Wolf, R. (2002). Education for moral behavior at a young age: Developmental problems and ways of coping. Talleli Orot, 10, 410-435. (HEB).
  27. Wolf, R. (1999). Violence and aggression among children and youth, ways of coping with the phenomenon through literature. Studies in Children's Literature, 10, 121-138. (HEB).
  28. Wolf, R. (1997). Moral education through literary work. Derech Efrata, 60-74. (HEB).
  29. Wolf, R. (1996). The advantage of prayer – strengthening of the person and consideration of prayer's psychological effect on the individual. Derech Efrata, 189-206. (HEB).
  30. Wolf, R. (1992). Teachers – educators as 'agents of culture'. Skira Chodshit, 4-5, 93-98. (HEB).

 

 

Papers presented at scientific conferences

  1. Wolf, R. with Monica Thiel (2015). Empowering organizations through C.S.R. Mustang International Academic Conference.  February 26-27-28, 2015, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  2. Wolf, R. (2014). The Importance of Building a Code of Ethics in a Business Organization in EBEN annual conference, Business Ethics in a European Perspective, A case for Unity in Diversity?,  June 12-14, 2014, Berlin, Germany.
  3. Wolf, R. (2014). How to Develop Compassion in School- An Emotional Component of Ethical, INTCESS14- International Conference on Education and Social Sciences. 2-5 February 2014
  4. Wolf, R. (2013). Unique educational initiative - a model for teaching and compassion. The 6th international conference on Teacher Education: 'Changing reality through education', (2-3, July, 2013). Moffet
  5. Wolf, R. (2014). How to Develop Compassion in School- An Emotional Component of Ethical, INTCESS14- International Conference on Education and Social Sciences. 2-5 February 2014
  6. Wolf, R. (2013). Unique educational initiative - a model for teaching and compassion. The 6th international conference on Teacher Education: 'Changing reality through education', (2-3, July). Moffet.
  7. Wolf, R. (2013). Prevention of violence in the family from the Buddhist and Jewish approach with the added perspective of similar concepts in modern psychology. Violence, Conflicts and Unity in Family Context: A Reappraisal of Therapeutic and Judicial Doctrines (April 29-30). Ariel University, Israel.
  8. Wolf, R. (2012). Aid of Physicians to Children and Adolescents Who Experienced Sexual Abuse. European Academy of Pediatric Societies (October 5-9). Istanbul, Turkey.
  9. Wolf, R. (2012). Invited to lecture at the International Conference on Forensic Research & Technology. Various ethical perspectives when training students for business management.
  10. Wolf, R. (2012). The solution for achieving ethical economics: Strengthening the ethics of accountants. European Business Ethics Network Research Conference "Accountability, transparency, sustainability", June 7-9. (Proceedings).
  11. Wolf, R. (2011). Fighting on behalf of a greener environment – An advancement of global business ethics in China. China Goes Global, Harvard University (Proceedings).
  12. Wolf, R. (2010).  Comics as an Effective Teaching Method of ethics  in School. The First Multi-Disciplinary Conference on the Study of Humor, Ashkelon College, March 23.
  13. Wolf, R. (2010) . The Contribution of Ethics to Business – A Case Study Analysis of the Ethics Involved in the Globalization of the Chinese Economy.  Harvard University at the ‘China Goes Global Conference’, October 6-8
  14. Wolf, R. (2009).  The Polarization of the Eastern Approach to Ethics (Japan versus China), and the Comparison between these Approaches and Western Ethics. Eastern and Western Ethics, Ethics Conference, Faculty of Management, Tel-Aviv University, March 21, 2009.
  15. Wolf, R. (2008).  The Theme of Abandonment in Fairy Tales and its Connection to Bowlby’s Attachment Theory, Conference on Children and Young Adult Literature, Between Imagination and Reality, December 29.
  16. Wolf, R. (2005). Sarbanes-Oxley's code of ethics: An attempt to deter 21st century wrongdoings with financial implications. The Sixth Miami International Conference on Torah & Science,  Absolute Standards in an Age of Relativity, Miami, Florida, Florida International University, 13-15 December.
  17. Wolf, R. (2003) .The effect of the damage of sexual exploitation in victims' adulthood. The 2nd Conference for the Advancement of Women’s Mental Health: Maturation and Coping in a Changing World. Ben-Gurion University, October 21.
  18. Wolf, R. (2003). Judicial patterns on the basis of terror by Jewish and Arab perpetrators. 'Terror and Borders - Anthropological Outlooks', May 28-29.
  19. Wolf, R. (2002). Preventing global catastrophes through education on compassion – as a foundation of moral education. The 4th International Conference on Teacher Training. “Teacher training as a social mission – Key to the future”, June 23-27.
  20. Wolf, R. (2001). Children’s perceptions of death. ‘Fear because of war’ on behalf of the Foundation of the Pedagogical Office, Ministry of Education and Culture. Jerusalem, December 12.
  21. Wolf, R. (2000). How young children deal with death. The 6th international conference on grief and bereavement in contemporary society. Jerusalem, Israel, July, 9-14.
  22. Wolf, R. (2000). Becoming a moral person. Work, values, and organizational behavior toward the new millennium. Jerusalem, Israel, July, 25-28.
  23. Wolf, R. (1999). Moral-ethical education – how?. The 3rd International Conference on Teacher Training – In Preparation for 2000. Beit Berl College, June 22-26.
  24. Wolf, R. (1999).  Perception of terrorism by Israeli citizens before and after Rabin's assassination. Facet Theory, University of Bern, Switzerland,  June, 22-25.
  25. Wolf, R. (1999).  The educational consultant and the education of moral values in the school framework. Conference of the Association of Educational Consultants – Vision and Diversity in Educational Consulting. Tel-Aviv, June.
  26. Wolf, R. (1997).  Organ transplant – ethical aspects according to Jewish law. Medical Conference, Rabin Medical Center, Petach Tikva, May.

 

 

 

קורסים

Courses Taught

   Undergraduate

               Moral and Social Economic Responsibility

               Morals and Ethics

               Mediation in Areas of Management

               Medical Ethics

Penal Law