Prof. Bryna (Rina) Bogoch

Prof. Prof. Bryna (Rina) Bogoch

CV

 

השכלה:

Education:          

1991-  Ph.D. Hebrew University (Communications)

 Dissertation title:  The Dynamics of Power: A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Lawyer-Client Interaction in a Legal Aid Office

Supervisor:  Prof. Brenda Danet (ז"ל)

1978- MA (with distinction) Hebrew University (Communication)

Thesis Supervisor:  Prof. Robert Cooper (ז"ל)

1967-  BA (Honors), McGill University, Canada  (Sociology and Anthropology)

 

משרות אקדמיות

Academic Affiliations and Appointments

2012-2015- Associate Professor, Bar Ilan University, Interdisciplinary Social Science Studies and School of Communications.

April -August 2015.  Visiting Scholar, Communication Research Center, College of Communication, Boston University

February-April 2015.  Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Law, University of Palermo, Buenos Aires.

April –August 2011 Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Social Ecology, U. of California at IrvineFeb-April 2011 Visiting Scholar, Center for Policy Research, Delhi, India  Feb-August 2007 Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cape Town

2003-2004   Visiting Scholar, Center for Law and Society, U. of Cal, Berkley

2001-2011- Senior Lecturer with Tenure, Bar Ilan University, Interdisciplinary  Social Science Studies and School of Communications (formerly part of Political  Studies Dept).

1999-2000 – Lecturer, Political Studies, Communications Division and Interdisciplinary Social Science Studies, Bar Ilan University1997-1998    Visiting Scholar, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford, UK.

1991-1999- Lecturer, Interdisciplinary Social Science Studies, Bar Ilan University (part time, then full time)

1993-1994-Researcher, Principal Investigator, Jerusalem Institute for Israel Research, Project on Gender and the Courts.

1990- Instructor, Communications Institute, Hebrew University

1982-1989-Research and Teaching Assistant, Communications Institute, Hebrew University

משרות ניהוליות

Administrative Positions

2013-2015.   Deputy Chair, School of Communication, Bar Ilan University2013-2015    Acting Head of International Program, School of Communication, Bar Ilan University

2010-2014.  Board member (founding) Co-Chair, Center for Media and Law, School of    Communication, Bar Ilan University

תפקידים מקצועיים

Professional Functions

2013-2018   Organizing Chair, CRN Law and Media, Law and Society Association

2013-2014   Program Committee, Law and Society Association

2013   Organizing Committee, Workshop on Law in the Age of Media Logic, June 2013. Onati Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain

2012 -present   Editorial Board, Onati Socio-Legal Series

2011-2012   Law and Society Association, Publications Committee

2008-2012   Working Group, Gender and the Legal Profession, Research Committee, International Sociological Association

2008-2015   Israel Law and Society Association, Board Member

2007-present- Working Group, Legal Profession, Research Committee, International Sociological Association

2007-2009   Law and Society Review, Editorial Advisory Board

2006-2008  Law and Society Association, Article Prize Committee

2005-2010- Advisor, BA students, Communications Program, Dept. of Political Studies, Bar Ilan University

 

מענקי מחקר

RESEARCH GRANTS

  2016.           Israel Science Foundation, Workshop grant for international workshop

                       entitled: Trends in Legal formalism:  Jurisprudence Meets Empirical Legal

                       Studies

2012-2015    Israel Science Foundation. "Formalizing Formalism: Empirical Measures of

                      Formalism in Supreme Court Decisions in Israel". (with Michal                                                      Alberstein)   .

2005-2008   Israel Science Foundation. "Family Secrets: Judicial Decision Making and the

                    Publication of Family Court Opinions in the Age of Computerized Databases "

                    (with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari)   

2003-2004   Israel Foundation Trustees.  "Courting the Court:  The Supreme Court of Israel

                     in the Israeli Press, 1972-2000 (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit)   

2000-2002    Israel Science Foundation.  "Gender Power and Professional Performance in 

                     Divorce Practice in Israel" (with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari)

1993-1995    Ford Foundation. "Is there Gender Bias in Israeli Courts?" (under the   

     academic auspices of the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies).    

 

 

 

 

השתתפות בכנסים מדעים מאז 2000

 

PAPERS PRESENTED AT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES (from 2000)

 

The Concomitants of Legal Formalism in Israeli Supreme Court Decisions. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Toronto, Canada, June 7-10, 2018. (with Michal Alberstein and Limor Gabay-Egozi).

Discussant, Chair, Panel  on Social Media: Policies, Practices, and Comparisons, at the Law and Society Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada (June 7-10, 2018).

The Nominees or the System:  Judicial Nominations in the Elite and Popular Press in Israel.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Mexico City, Mexico, June 20-23, 2017.  (With Yifat Holzman-Gazit).

Critical Coverage: An Empirical Analysis of Media Critique of Israel’s Supreme Court. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, New Orleans, June 2-5, 2016.  (With Yifat Holzman-Gazit).

Carping, Criticizing and Circumventing:  Judges, the Supreme Court and the media in Israel. Paper presented at the Conference for Comparative Judicial Communication, Banff Conference Center, Banff, Canada, May 27-28.

Formalism and Values in Israeli Supreme Court Criminal Cases.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Seattle, Washington, USA. May 28-June 2, 2015.  (With Michal Alberstein)

Media Treatment of the Supreme Courts of Israel and Canada: A Comparison   Paper presented at the Faculty of Law Researach Seminar, Faculty of Law, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, July 8, 2014.

Discussant/Chair, Panel on Reforms in the Legal System, Changing Models of Dispute Resolution,  Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Minneapolis, Minn., May 29-June 1.

Guilty or victimized? The shaming and laundering rituals in the media trial of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Paper presented at the Law and Society Association, Annual Meeting, Session on Media, Popular Culture and the Law, Minneapolis, Minn, May 29-June 1, 2014. (with Anat Peleg)

Guilty or victimized? The shaming and laundering rituals in the media trial of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Paper presented at the International Communications Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, May 22-26 (with Anat Peleg).

 

Invited Lecture: Critical Coverage: Media Critique of the Israeli Supreme Court.  International Seminar, Law and Innovation,  Federal University, Juiz de Fora, Brazil, April 23-25, 2014.

Critical Coverage:  Application of a Theoretical Model to the Media Critique of the Supreme Court.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Session on The Forms of Legality in the Age of the Media: The Thin Line between Legitimacy, Order and Democracy, Boston, Mass, May 30-June 2, 2013. (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit)

Silence is no longer golden: Media, public relations and the judiciary in Israel. Paper presented at the Workshop on Law in the Age of Media Logic,  Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain, June 28-30, 2013 (with Anat Peleg)

Promoting Justices: Press Coverage of Judicial Nominations in Israel. Paper presented at the Workshop on Law in the Age of Media Logic,  Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain, June 28-30, 2013 (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit).

Communicating Criticism:  Criticism of the Israeli Supreme Court in Two Newspapers.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Israeli Law and Society Association,  College of Law and Business, Ramat Gan, December 19-20 (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit).

The Media Verdict: Changes in the Media Coverage of Legal Procedures in Israel.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Israeli Law and Society Association, College of Law and Business, Ramat Gan, December 19-30 (with Anat Peleg).

 Promoting Justices: Media Coverage of Judicial Appointments in Israel,  Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 3, 2012. (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit)

 Discussant on panel on: Judges and Judging. Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 5, 2012.

Media Coverage of Judicial Nominations in Israel  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Israel Law and Society Association, Ramat Gan,  December 28th, 2011

Removing Justitia's Blindfold:  The Mediatization of Law in Israel. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, San Francisco, CA, June 1-5, 2011. (With Anat Peleg).

Discussant, Session on Gender, Judging and Judicial Education. Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, San Francisco, CA, June 1-4, 2011.

Removing Justitia's Blindfold:  The Mediatization of Law in Israel.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, International Communications Association, Boston, MA, May 26- 30, 2011. (with Anat Peleg).

Trial by Media:  The Coverage of Popular Trials in the Israeli Press). Paper presented at the 15th Annual Meeting, Israel Communication Association ,  Haifa University, Haifa. April 14, 2011 . (with Anat Peleg)

Press Coverage of the Israeli High Court of Justice:  Recent trends and changesInvited talk, colloquium, Dept. of Criminology, Law and Society, School of Social Ecology, University of California at Irvine, May 11, 2011.

Characteristics of the Media Coverage of the Law in Israel.  Conference on the Relations Between Law and the Media, Center for Media and the Law, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, July 18th. (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit).

"Who is a Jew" and Media Representations of an Israeli Supreme Court Decision (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit). Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Chicago, Il. May 27-30, 2010.

Supreme Crime: Press coverage of criminal cases in the Israeli Supreme Court Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal  Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA. Feb. 24-28, 2010. (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit).

The discourse of violence: Gender, judging and violence in family court  decisions. Paper presented at the Israel Law and Society International Conference, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, December 20-21, 2009

Exposing family secrets: Judicial decision making and the publication of Family Court decisions in the age of computerized Paper presented at the International Conference on "Disputes, Technology and Law: Expounding the Boundaries of On-Line Dispute Resolution", Haifa University, Haifa. June 3-4, 2009. databases (with Ruth Halperin- Kaddari and Eval Katvan).  

Discourse, gender and social networks on the Internet: The case of  "facebook" in Israel. Paper presented at the Second Meeting, Gender and Discourse, Ramat Gan, Feb 3, 2009. (with Efrat Pitko).

Exposing family secrets: Judicial decision making and the publication of Family Court decisions in the age of computerized databases. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Israel Law and Society Association, Jerusalem, December 24, 2008.  (with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari and Eval Katvan)

Gender, judges and legal databases: The publication of judicial decisions in  family law in Israel. Paper  presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Montreal,  Canada, May 29-June 2, 2008. (with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari and Eyal Katvan).

The coverage of women's sport in the Israeli press: Image and reality. 12th Annual Meeting,  Israel Communication Association,  School          of Communications, Israel College of Management, Tel Aviv, April 13, 2008. (with  Ilan Tamir)

Divorce, Israeli style: Professional perceptions of gender and power in mediated and lawyer-negotiated divorces  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting,  Law and Society Association, Faculty  of Law, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, August 17, 2007 (with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari). 

Gendered lawyering: Difference and dominance in lawyer-client interaction.  Paper presented to the faculty seminar, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, July 30, 2007.

Judging, gender and professional prestige: Judicial decisions in family law in  Israel. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association,             Session on Gender and Judging, Baltimore, July 6-9, 2006.

The court, the press and the pilot: Discourses of gender and national security in the coverage of an Israeli Supreme Court Decision.  Paper presented at the Conference of Qualitative Analysis, Dan Panorama, Tel Aviv, June 5, 2006.

The High Court of Justice in the Israeli press 1970-2000 Paper presented to the Annual Meeting, Israel Communication Association, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, April, 2006. (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit).

Discrimination against women in Israeli courts.  Paper presented at the 5th Annual Conference, Israel Bar Association, Eilat, June, 2005.

The image of justice: News coverage of the Israeli High Court of Justice. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Las Vegas, June 2-5, 2005. (with Yifat Holzman-Gazit).

The gendering of mediation: Gender and power in divorce mediation in Israel.. Paper presented to the 13th Annual Conference on Women and Gender Studies and Feminist Theories, Feminism, Law and Social Change, April 3-5, 2005 (with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari)

The image of justice: News coverage of the Supreme Court of Israel. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Israel Sociological Society, Tel Chai, Feb, 2005 (with Yifat Holtzman-Gazit).

The image of Justice: News coverage of the Supreme Court of Israel. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting, Research Committee for Sociology of Law, International Sociological Association, Puerto Rico, August 1-4, 2004 (with Yifat Holtzman-Gazit).

The gendering of mediation: Power and mediation in divorce proceedings in Israel. Paper presented to the 35th Annual Meeting, Israel Sociological Society, Beer Sheva, February,  2004

The voice is the voice of mediation but the arms are the arms of the law: The professional practice of divorce in Israel Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Pittsburgh, PA, June 4-9, 2003. (with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari). 

The voice is the voice of mediation but the arms are the arms of the law: Gender and the professional practice of divorce in Israel. Paper presented at the Faculty Meeting, Center for the Study of Law and Society, University of California, Berkeley, CA, April, 2003. (with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari)

Gender in the courtroom. Paper presented at the Meeting for the Sociological Study of the Law, The Open University, Tel Aviv, June 14, 2002

Gender, mediation, and family law: Power and professional practice in divorce cases in Israel Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Law and Society Association, Vancouver, Canada, June, 2002( with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari).

The ones that got away: Analysis of the language of acquittals in the Israeli Supreme Court. Paper presented at the Joint Meeting of the Law and Society Association and Research Committee on Sociology of Law, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, July 4-7, 2001

Gender, trials and professional performance: Women legal professionals in Israel. International Conference on Women and Law, Van Leer Foundation, Jerusalem, March 21-22, 2001.

The ones that got away: Analysis of the language of acquittals in the Israeli Supreme Court. Conference on Law and Social Theory, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, December 14-15, 2000

Divorcing and mediating: Changes in the practice of family law in Israel  Conference on New Trends in the Definition of the Institution of the Family in Israeli Law. The College of Management, Faculty of Law, Rishon LeZion, Israel, December 7, 2000 (with Ruth Halperin-Kaddari).

Women and men in the courtroom: The case of Israel. Invited lecture, Vanier College, Women’s Studies and Jewish Studies at Vanier, Montreal, Canada, March 24, 2000

 

Publications

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS 

 

Books.

Bogoch, B. and Don-Yechiye, R. (2000).  The gender of justice: Bias against

women in Israeli courts. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Israel Research,

325 pages. (HEB)

 

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

 

  1. Bogoch, B. and Peleg, A. (2014). Silence is no longer golden: Media, public relations and the judiciary in Israel.  Oñati Socio-Legal Series, 4 (4).  Available at SSRN:http://ssrn.com/abstract=2506604

 

  1. Bogoch, B. and Holzman-Gazit, Y. (2014). Promoting justices: Media coverage of judicial nominations in Israel. Onati Socio-Legal Series, 4(4).  Available at SSRN:http://ssrn.com/abstract=2478756

 

  1. Peleg, A. and Bogoch, B. (2014). Mediatization, legal logic and the coverage of Israeli politicians on trial. Journalism Practice, 8, (3): 311-325.  DOI: 10.1080/17512786.2014.889449

 

  1.  Peleg,A.  and B. Bogoch (2012) Removing Justitia's blindfold: The mediatization of law in Israel.  Media, Culture & Society 34(8): 961-978

 

  1.  Bogoch, B. & Holzman-Gazit, Y. (2011). Clashing over conversion: "Who is a  Jew" and  media representations of an Israeli Supreme Court Decision. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 24, 4, 423-445.

 

  1. Bogoch, B., Halperin-Kaddari, R. & Katvan, E. (2011). Exposing family secrets: The impact of computerized databases on the development of family law in Israel. Tel Aviv University Law Review , 34, 2-3, 603-637.  (Hebrew)   

 

  1. Peleg, A. & Bogoch, B. (2010). The advocate as a spokesperson: The relationship between lawyers and the media in Israel. Hamishpat, 15, 1, 109-155. (Hebrew).  

 

  1.  Peleg, A & Bogoch, B. (2010). The black robe and the yellow press: Perceptions of the media by Israeli judges. Media Frames: Israeli Journal of Communication, 5, 13-56. (Hebrew)

 

  1.   Bogoch, B. & Holzman-Gazit, Y. (2009). Courting the Court: The press coverage of the Israeli Supreme Court, 1970-2000. Megamot ,46 (1-2), 62-85. (Hebrew)

 

  1.  Bogoch, B. & Holzman-Gazit, Y. (2008). Mutual bonds: Media frames and the Israeli High Court of Justice. Law and Social Inquiry, 33, 1, 53–87.   Reprinted in L. M. Friedman,  R. Perez-Perdono & M.A. Gomez (Eds.) (2011) Law in Many Societies (pp. 27-35). Stanford: Stanford University Press.

 

  1.  Bogoch, B. (2008). Adversary agreements: The attitudes of Israeli family lawyers to litigation in divorce practice. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 36, 85-105. 

 

  1. Bogoch, B. & Halperin-Kaddari, R. (2007). Co-optation, competition and resistance: Mediation and divorce professionals in Israel. International Journal of the Legal Profession, 14 (2), 115 – 145.

 

  1. Bogoch, B. & Halperin-Kaddari, R. (2007). The voice is the voice of mediation, but the arms are the arms of the law: Mediation and the processing of divorce in Israel. Hapraklit, 49, 293-332. (Hebrew)

 

  1.  Bogoch, B. &  Halperin-Kaddari, R. (2006). Divorce, Israeli style: Professional perceptions of gender and power in mediated and lawyer- negotiated divorces. Law and Policy, 28, 2, 137-163.

 

  1.  Bogoch, B., Halperin-Kaddari, R & Ronen, Y.(2002) Gender, mediation and divorce proceedings. Hamishpat, 7, 201-237. (Hebrew).

 

  1.  Bogoch, B &. Don- Yechiya, R. (2001). A different study, A different concept. Sha'arei Mishpat, 2 (3), 413-421. (HEB)
  2.  Bogoch, B. (2000). Discourse dilemmas and courtroom control: The talk of trial judges. Law and Social Inquiry, 25 (1), 227-247.

 

  1.  Bogoch, B. (1999). Courtroom discourse and the gendered construction of professional identity. Law and Social Inquiry, 24 (2), 601-647.

 

  1. Bogoch, B. (1999). Gender, literacy and religiosity: Dimensions of Yiddish education in Israeli government-supported schools. International Journal of  the Sociology of Language, 138, 123-160

 

  1.  Bogoch, B. (1999). Judging in a different voice: Gender and the sentencing of violent offenses in Israel. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 27, 51-78.

 

  1.  Bogoch, B. (1997). Gendered lawyering: Difference and dominance in lawyer-client interaction.  Law and Society Review, 31 (4), 677-712.

 

  1.  Bogoch, B. (1994). Power, distance and solidarity: Models of professional-client interaction in an Israeli legal aid setting. Discourse and Society, 5 (1), 65-88.

 

  1.  Danet, B. & Bogoch, B. (1992). From oral ceremony to written document: The transitional language of Anglo-Saxon wills. Language and Communication, 12, 95-122.

 

  1.  Danet, B. & Bogoch, B. (1991). "Whosoever alters this, may God turn His Face from him on the Day of Judgment": Curses in Anglo-Saxon legal documents. Journal of American Folklore, 105, 4, 132-165.

 

  1.  Bogoch, B. & Danet, B. (1984). Challenge and control in lawyer-client interaction: A case study in an Israeli legal aid office. Text, 4 (1-3), 249-275.

 

  1.  Danet, B. & Bogoch, B. (1980). Fixed fight or free-for-all?  An empirical study of combativeness in the adversary system of justice. British Journal of Law and Society, 5, 38-60

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

1.  Bogoch, B. and Peleg, A. (2017)  Carping, Criticizing and Circumventing: Judges the Supreme Court and the Media in Israel.  In Richard Davis and David Taras (ed), Justices and Journalists: The Global Perspective.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press  Pp. 164-183.

2. Bogoch, B. and Peleg, A. (2014). The weakness of power: Perceptions of professional autonomy among Israeli legal journalists. In N. Elias, G. Nimrod, Z. Reich and A. Schejter (Eds) Media in transition, (pp. 220-248). Tel Aviv: Tzivonim (Hebrew).

3. Bogoch, B. and Peleg, A. (2014). Law in the age of media logic. In K. Lundy (Ed.) Mediatization of communication Vol. 21, Handbooks of Communication Science.(pp.443-462).  Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

4.  Bogoch, B.  & Holtzman-Gazit,Y. ( 2011). The law in the books, the law in the newspaper: Characteristics of the media coverage of the High Court of Justice in Yediyot and Haaretz.  In D. Hacker & N. Ziv (Eds.), Is law important? (pp 603-637). Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law. (HEB)

5. Bogoch, B. (2007).The victim as "other": Analysis of the language of acquittals in Israeli Supreme Court decisions. In J. Cotterill (Ed.), The Language of Sexual Offences (pp. 159-179). London: Palgrave.

6. Bogoch, B. (2003) Lawyers in the courtroom: Gender, trials and professional performance. In U. Schultz & G. Shaw (Eds.), Women in the World’s Legal Professions (pp. 247-268). Oxford: Hart Publishing

7. Danet, B. & Bogoch, B. (1996). “Whosoever alters this, may God turn His Face from him on the Day of Judgment": Curses in Anglo-Saxon legal documents.  In B.Z Kedar (Ed.), Popular culture and institutional culture, (pp. 55-74). Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Center for the History of Israel, Israel Historical Society. (Hebrew)

8. Danet, B. & Bogoch, B. (1994). From oral law to literate law: Orality, literacy and formulaicity in Anglo-Saxon wills. In B. S. Jackson (Ed.), Legal semiotics and the sociology of law (pp. 227-292). Onati: The Onati Institute for the Sociology of Law

9.  Bogoch, B. (1994). The dynamics of power: Lawyer-client interaction in a legal aid setting. In B. S. Jackson (Ed.), Legal semiotics and the sociology of law (pp. 333-370). Onati: The Onati Institute for the Sociology of Law.

10. Bogoch, B. & Danet, B. (1994). The language of Anglo-Saxon wills. In J. Gibson (Ed.), Language and the law, (pp. 100-135). London: Longman. 

 

 

 

Courses

קורסים

COURSES TAUGHT/TEACING EXPERIENCE 

Undergraduate:

B.A Law Justice and Social Order; Introduction to Mass Communications; Women Justice and Equality; Sociology of the Professions; Law and the Media; Law and Popular Culture.

Graduate:

M.A.   Law and Justice in the Media; Text, Culture and Communications; Language, Power and the Professions

Research

תחומי מחקר

 

  1. Media and the Law
  2. Sociology of Law
  3. Textual Analysis of Legal Documents
  4. Computerized Databases and Family Law
  5. Gender and the Law
  6. Language and Society