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- Multidisciplinary Studies - B.A. Program
Political & Economic Sociology; Sociological theories; the changing relations of states, markets, societies and individuals in recent decades; the impact of rating and ranking practices on current modes of subjectivity.
Tamar Barkay is a sociologist in the field of political and economic sociology. She holds a PhD in Sociology and Anthropology from Tel Aviv University. Tamar is the head of Sociology and Anthropology Cluster in the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies at Tel Hai College, and a fellow at the LPHT research project at the Law Faculty in Tel Aviv University.
Rating, ranking and current modes of subjectivities.
Corporate responsibility, human trafficking and labor markets and: inter-relations and mutual impacts.
Platform Capitalism and its risks for workers.
Introduction to Sociology; Sociological Theories; "Social Justice to the People!": Contemporary Issues in Stratification and Inequality; Millennials in a changing labor world; Issues of Corporate Responsibility; On people, business and societies in the global age.
The Dan David Scholarship for Young Researchers (2008).
The Jonathan Shapiro Research Scholarship for distinguished PhD students in Sociology (2007).
The David Horowitz Research Institute on Society and Economy's Doctoral Fellowship (2006).
The Gershon H. Gordon Faculty of Social Sciences at Tel Aviv University doctoral scholarship for distinguished PhD. Students (2006)
The Joseph Segol Scholarship for PhD Students in Humanities and Social Sciences (2005-2006).
The Israeli Sociological Society Prize for Distinguished MA dissertations (2004).