Eran Shor

McGill University

Department of Sociology
Address: Stephen Leacock Building, Room 712 855 Sherbrooke Street West Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2T7
Tel: 514-398-5664
Fax: 514-398-7276

PhD, Stony Brook University, 2010

Eran Shor is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at McGill University. His research interests center around the themes of political conflict, human rights, and ethnicity and nationalism. Professor Shor's current research projects evaluate inequalities in media coverage of women and ethnic minorities.

Ina Filkobski, PhD
(Start: 2015)
Past decade have witnessed the proliferation of various laws restricting nongovernmental organizations worldwide. As part of this trend, some governments promote laws that ban or heavily tax funds provided to domestic NGOs by foreign states and foundations. In recent years, Israeli lawmakers attempted to adopt legislation in order to restrict the activity of NGOs dealing with human and civil rights. Israeli lawmakers have proposed both “harsh bills”, with measures that include heavy taxation and restriction on registration of NGOs, and “soft bills”, focusing mainly on demands for transparency and revealing sources of funding. I explore the role of discursive repertoires adopted throughout the process of legislation in allowing or inhibiting social action, and the impact of emerging claims-making on the day to day functions of human rights NGOs and civil society more generally. To do so I use ethnographic and in-depth interviews with staff members and CEOs of the affected organizations and textual content analysis of Israeli newspapers, television shows and radio broadcasts reviewing the legislation.

Harder and Harder'? Is mainstream pornography becoming increasingly violent and do viewers prefer violent content?
Journal: Journal of Sex Research
Year: 2019
Kimberly Seida

Age, Aggression, and Pleasure in Popular Online Pornographic Videos
Journal: Violence Against Women
Year: 2019
First Page: 1
Last Page: 19

Gender, Race, and Aggression in Mainstream Pornography
Journal: Archives of Sexual Behavior
Year: 2019
Golshan Golriz

Counterterrorist Legislation and Respect for Civil Liberties: An Inevitable Collision?
Journal: Studies in Conflict and Terrorism
Year: 2018
Leonardo Baccini
Titus C. Chen
Tai-Ho Lin
Chi-Ting Tsai

Racial and Gender Differences in Missing Children's Recovery Chances
Journal: PLOS One
Volume: 13
issue: 12
Year: 2018
Arnout van de Rijt
Rebekah Burroway
Hyang-Gi Song

Media Partisanship and Coverage Sentiment: Are Conservative Newspapers More Negative Toward Women?
Journal: Social Science Quarterly
Volume: 100
Year: 2018
First Page: 307
Last Page: 319

International Human Rights and Counter-terrorism
Year: 2020
Publisher: Springer

Counterterrorist Legislation Effects on Human Rights and Civil Liberties: A Global Perspective
Journal: International Human Rights and Terrorism
Year: 2020
Publisher: Springer

Nation-level Counterterrorist Legislation, 1945-2017
Journal: International Human Rights and Terrorism
Year: 2020
Publisher: Springer

Human Rights and Terrorism : Issues and Overview
Journal: International Human Rights and Terrorism
Year: 2020
Publisher: Springer

A large-scale test of gender bias in the media
Journal: Sociological Science
Volume: 6
issue: 1
Year: 2019
First Page: 526
Last Page: 550

Do women in the newsroom make a difference? Sentiment toward women and men as a function of newsroom composition
Journal: Sex Roles
Volume: 81
issue: 1
Year: 2019
First Page: 44
Last Page: 58