Articles in Refereed Journals
Schmid, H., & Sabbagh, C. (1991). Organizational and Structural Aspects of Public and Private Organizations Delivering Home Care Services for the Elderly: A Comparative Analysis. Social Security, 36, 49-67 (Hebrew)
Sabbagh, C., Dar, Y., & Resh, N. (1994). Exploring the Multidimensionality of Social Justice Judgments. Social Security. Special English Edition, 3, 189-208.
Sabbagh, C., Dar, Y. & Resh, N. (1992). Multidimensionality of Social Justice Judgments: Contents and Structure. Social Security, 38 (June): 45-62, (Hebrew).
Sabbagh, C., Dar, Y., & Resh, N. (1994). The Structure of Social Justice Judgments: A Facet Approach. Social Psychology Quarterly, 57(3), 244-261.
Sabbagh, C., & Schmitt, M. (1998). Exploring the Structure of Positive and Negative Justice Judgments. Social Justice Research, 11(4), 381-395.
Sabbagh , C. (2001). A Taxonomy of Normative and Empirical-Oriented Theories of Distributive Justice. Social Justice Research, 14(3), 237-263.
Sabbagh, C. (2001) From Ought to Is: A Taxonomy of Theories of Distributive Justice. Megamot 41(3), 424-451 (Hebrew).
Sabbagh, C. (2002) Eine Taxonomie normativer und empirischer Theorien der Verteilungsgerechtigkeit. In Liebig S. & H. Lengfeld (Eds.), Interdisziplinäre Gerechtigkeitsforschung: Grundlagen und Anwendungsbeispiele (pp. 23-52). Frankfurt am Main: Campus (German).
Sabbagh, C., & Dar, Y. (2002). 'Spheres of Justice' in the Israeli Kibbutz and Urban Sectors: Adolescents' Views. Comparative Sociology (Former International Journal of Comparative Sociology), 1(2), 193-213.
Sabbagh, C., Cohen, E., & Levy, S. (2003). Styles of Social Justice Judgments as Portrayed by Partial Order Scalogram Analysis: A Cross-Cultural Example. Acta Sociologica, 46(4), 321-336.
Sabbagh, C. (2003). The Dimension of Social Solidarity in Distributive Justice. Social Science Information, 42(2), 255-276.
Sabbagh, C . (2003). Evaluating Society's 'Spheres of Justice': The Israeli Case. Social Psychology Quarterly, 66(3), 254-271.
Vanhuysse, P., & Sabbagh, C. (2004). Merging Dollars with Values: Rights and Resources in Education Worldwide. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 14:169-181.
Schmitt, M., & Sabbagh, C. (2004). Synergistic Person X Situation Interaction in Distributive Justice Judgment and Allocation Behavior. Personality and Individual Differences, 37(2), 359-371.
Sabbagh, C., Faher-Aladeen, R. & Resh N. (2004). Evaluation of Grade Distributions: A Comparison of Druze and Jewish Students in Israel. Social Psychology of Education, 7(3), 313-337.
Vanhuysse, P., & Sabbagh, C. (2005). Promoting Happiness, Respecting Difference? New Perspectives on the Politics and Sociology of Education in Liberal Democracy. British Educational Research Journal, 31(3), 105-117.
Golden, D., & Sabbagh, C. (2005). Immigration and Justice: The Allocation of Goods to Newcomers from the (Former) Soviet Union in Israel. Contemporary Justice Review, 8(3), 251-264. (Authors are listed in alphabetical order).
Sabbagh, C. (2005). Toward a Multifaceted Model of the Structure of Social Justice Judgments: Initial Explorations in Israel and Germany. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 35(6), 74-95.
Sabbagh, C. (2005). An Integrative Etic-Emic Approach to Portraying the Halutziut System of Societal Equity: Comparing Israeli-Jew and Israeli-Arab Perceptions of Justice. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 35(1), 147-166.
Sabbagh, C., Resh, N., Mor, M., & Vanhuysse, P. (2006). Spheres of Justice within Schools: Reflections and Evidence on the Distribution of Educational Goods. Social Psychology of Education,9,97-118.
Sabbagh, C., & Vanhuysse, P. (2006). Exploring Attitudes Towards the Welfare State: Students' Views in Eight Democracies. Journal of Social Policy, 35(4),1-22. (authors are listed in alphabetical order)
Sabbagh, C. & Golden, D. (2007) Reflecting Upon Etic and Emic Perspectives: A Reflection on Three Studies on Distributive Justice.Social Justice Research, 20(3),372-387.
Sabbagh, C., Powell, L. A. & Vanhuysse, P. (2007) Betwixt and Between the Market and the State: Israeli Students’ Welfare Attitudes in a Comparative Perspective.International Journal of Social Welfare, 16(3),220-230
Levy, S., & Sabbagh, C. (2008). The Wellbeing of Self's Personality: A Structural Approach.Social Indicators Research, 89, 473-485.
Sabbagh, C., Biberman, L., & Resh, N. (2008). Teachers' Evaluation Styles when Distributing Grades: Do Individual Variables Matter?Journal of Education Research 2 (2/3), 249-264
Sabbagh, C., Biberman-Shalev, L., & Resh, N. (2009). Teachers' Evaluation Styles When Distributing Grades: Do Individual-Status Variables Matter? Pp. 333-348 in M. Ortiz & C. Rubio (Eds.), Educational Evaluation: 21st Century Issues and Challenges. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Sabbagh, C. (2010). Review Essay: Human Motives and Social Cooperation: Towards Integrating Sociological, Economic and (Social) Psychological Perspectives. International Sociology, 25(5), 639–653.
Sabbagh, C., & Vanhuysse, P. (2010). Intergenerational Justice Perceptions and the Role of Welfare Regimes: A Comparative Analysis of University Students.Administration & Society, 42(6), 638–667. (authors are listed in alphabetical order)
Biberman-Shalev, L., Sabbagh, C., Resh, N., & Kramarski, B. (2011). Grading Styles and Disciplinary Expertise: The Mediating Role of the Teacher’s Perception of the Subject Matter.Teaching and Teacher Education, 27, 831-840.
Sabbagh, C. (2012). Towards a Synergetic View of Social Justice Judgments: The Israeli Case.Social Justice Research. 25 (4), 376-389.
Sabbagh, C., & Vanhuysse, P. (2012). How Do Israelis and Germans Assess the Justice of Their Pension System? Israel Studies Review, 27(2), 207-212 (authors are listed in alphabetical order).
Sabbagh, C. & Resh, N.(2013) Citizenship Orientation Styles in a Divided Society: A Comparison of Three Groups of Israeli Junior-High School Students – Secular Jews, Religious Jews, and Israeli Arabs. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice. DOI: 10.1177/1746197913497662Pp. 1-21.
Resh, N., & Sabbagh, C. (2013). Justice, Belonging and Trust Among Israeli Middle School students.British Educational Research Journal. DOI: 10.1002/berj.3129. Pp. 1-21
Sabbagh, C., & Vanhuysse, P. (2014). Perceived pension injustice: A multidimensional model for two most-different cases. International Journal of Social Welfare, 23, 174–184. doi: DOI: 10.1111/ijsw.12047 (authors are listed in alphabetical order)
Resh, N., & Sabbagh, C. (2014). Sense of Justice in School and Civic Attitudes.Social Psychology of Education, 27(1), 51-72.
Sabbagh, C., & Vanhuysse, P. (2014). Betwixt and Between Global and Domestic Forms of Justice: The Israeli Case Study Over Time. Social Justice Research, 27(1), 118-136.
Sabbagh, C., & Resh, N. (2016). Unfolding Justice Research in the Realm of Education. Social Justice Research, 29(1), 1-13.
Resh, N., & Sabbagh, C. (2017). Sense of Justice in School and Civic Behavior. Social Psychology of Education, 20(2), 387-409.
Sabbagh, C. (2017). Israeli Groups' Entitlement to Social Rights: Views of Israeli Jewish and Arab Teachers. International Journal of Sociology, 47(4), 259-277.
Sabbagh, C., & Resh, N. (2018). World Culture and Social Justice in a Divided Society: Evaluations of Israeli Jewish and Arab Teachers and Students. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 16(4), 494-514.
Sabbagh, C. (2019). "Glocal" Neoliberal Trends in Israeli Education: The Case of Religionization. International Journal of Educational Development, 68, 88-95.
#Binhas, A., & Sabbagh, C. (2020). Immigration Policy Vis-à-Vis Teachers' Views Regarding Immigrant Students: the Israeli Case. Multicultural Education Review, 12 (2), 79-97 (Equal contribution).
Sabbagh, C., & Golden, D. (2020). Distributive Justice in Family Relations. Family Process. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/famp.12568. (Equal contribution).
Sabbagh, C., #Ben-Menachem A. (2021) Ethno/Racial Affiliation, Trust, and Identification in Higher Education: The Mediating Role of Perceived Injustice in the Classroom. Social Psychology of Education, 24(3), 717-739.
Sabbagh C. (2021). Academic Cheating and Academic Performance: Exploring the Role of Perceived Classroom (In)justice Mediators. British Journal of Educational Psychology.