Dr. Jacob Hecht
An independent researcher of cyber culture
On this website you can get a chance to read my research on digital culture and on my Family from a broad socio-historical perspective that overviews Jewish life in Franconia in the years 1762-2005.... I also encourage interested parties to contact me online through the website or directly by email.
Publications in English
|"Eight Generations of the Hecht family From Lower Franconia, Bavaria 1762-2005", 2 Jerusalem
“Changes in the Structure of the Labor Market in the Information Era: The Challenge of Adult Education”,pp. 71-108, in Kirmayer P., & Michaelson S.T., Adult Education in Israel. Jerusalem: State of Israel, Ministry of Education, Adult Education Division.
"Governmental Functions in Vocational Training". The 13th German-Israeli Seminar on the Role of the Government in Vocational Training. Jerusalem: October 6-10.
"The Structure of the Manpower Training and Development Bureau", The 12th German-Israeli Seminar on Effects of the Coming up European Market on the Vocational Training in Europe. Freiburg:
"The Penetration of Technologies and its Impact on Vocational Training from the Point of View of Job Mobility", pp. 249-254 in: Millin, D. & Raab, B. H., (eds.), The Social Implications of Robotics and Advanced Industrial Automation, Amsterdam: North-Holland.
"The Impact of Secondary Education and Socialization on Inter Worker Role Jewish Israelis at the Beginning of their Working Lives". Thesis Submitted for the Degree "Doctor of Philosophy".
"Future General Requirements of Educational Policy, "The 8th German-Israeli Seminar on Future Requirements of Vocational Training Policy. Bonn June 18-25.
"Guidelines for the Career Training of Adults. 'The 7th German-Israeli Seminar. Holon: May 5-10.
"Some Implications of Technological Change for Vocational Training",. 'The 6th German-Israeli Seminar on New Technology Vocational Training, Hamburg: May 21-25.
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200 years of Jewish life in Lower Franconia, Bavaria through the distinct angle of the Hecht Family