Hayim Granot

Prof. Hayim Granot was a researcher at the City University of NY. He taught sociology at Long Island University and at the Graduate School of Social Work at Rutgers University in NJ. In 1970 he was appointed to the School of Social Work at Bar-Ilan University in Israel, where he served till 2002. Prof. Granot established the Mass Emergencies Project at Bar-Ilan University with its emphasis on applied solutions for human problems in emergencies and disasters. He served as a senior consultant to civil defense headquarters and other emergency agencies on community response and behavior in emergencies.

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Also by Prof. Hayim Granot:

  • Social environment and behavior: A text and reader, (1971). Cambridge, Mass: Schenkman Publishing Co.
  • Poverty in Israel, (1977). NY: Praeger (with Nadler, S.).
  • Israel: Social problems, (1979). Tel Aviv: Dekel Academic Press
  • Israeli family, (1987).
  • Jerusalem: Council of Schools of Social Work in Israel. (Hebrew).
  • Community emergency services, (1987).
  • Jerusalem: JDC-Israel (with Brender, M.).
  • The true golden hour, (1994). Tel Aviv: Dekel Academic Press- Israel Defense Forces, Home Front Command. (Hebrew).
  • Terror bombing: The new urban threat, (2002). Tel Aviv: Dekel Academic Press (with Levinson, J.).
  • Transportation disaster response handbook, (2002). London: Harcourt/ Academic Press (with Levinson, J.).
  • Terror bombing: The new urban threat, (2004). Tokyo: Namiki-Shobu Co. (Japanese Edition) (with Levinson, J.).