Gold, Nora and Timoshkina, Natalya (2011). Juxtaposing Children’s Attributional Style and Life Rating Analyses in a Longitudinal Study of Canadian Jewish Girls: A Qualitative Approach to Analyzing and Interpreting Quantitative Data.International Journal of Arts & Sciences, CD-ROM ISSN: 1044-6934 :: 4(25):159-167.
Gold, Nora (2004). Sexism and antisemitism as experienced by Canadian Jewish women: Results of a national study. Women’s Studies International Forum, 27(1), 55-74.
Benbenishty, Rami, Osmo, Rujla, & Gold, Nora (2003). Rationales provided for risk assessments and for recommended interventions in child protection: A comparison between Canadian and Israeli professionals. British Journal of Social Work. 33(2), 137-155.
Gold, Nora, Benbenishty, Rami, & Osmo, Rujla (2001). A comparative study of risk assessments and interventions in Canada & Israel. Child Abuse & Neglect, 25(5), 607-622.
Gold, Nora, Issenman, Robert, Roberts, Jacqueline, & Watt, Susan (February, 2000). Well-adjusted children: An alternate view of children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Functional Gastrointestinal Complaints. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 1, 1-7.
Gold, Nora & Auslander, Gail (1999). Newspaper coverage of people with disabilities in Canada and Israel: An international comparison, Disability & Society, 14(6), 709-731.
Gold, Nora & Auslander, Gail (1999). Gender issues in newspaper coverage of people with disabilities: A Canada-Israel comparison, Women & Health, 29(4), 75-96.
Auslander, Gail & Gold, Nora (1999). Disability terminology in the media: A comparison of newspaper reports in Canada and Israel, Social Science and Medicine, 48, 1395-1405.
Auslander, Gail & Gold, Nora (1999). Media reports on disability: A bi-national comparison of types and causes of disability as reported in major newspapers, Disability & Rehabilitation, 21(9), 420-431.
Gold, Nora (1998). Canadian Jewish women and their experiences of sexism and antisemitism: Results from Phase One of a National Study. Selected Papers in Canadian Studies, Jerusalem: Halbert Centre for Canadian Studies, Hebrew University, Occasional Paper #21.
Gold, Nora (1998). Using participatory research to help promote the physical and mental health of female social workers in child welfare. Child Welfare, 77(6), pp. 701-724.
Gold, Nora (1996). Putting antisemitism on the anti-racism agenda in North American schools of social work. Journal of Social Work Education, 32(1), 77-89.
Gold, Nora (1993). Diversity, Jewish women, and social work. Canadian Social Work Review (Special Issue on Women and Social Work), 10(2), 240-255.
Gold, Nora (1993). Depression and social adjustment in siblings of boys with autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 23(1), 147-163.
Gold, Nora & Bogo, Marion (1992). Social work research in a multicultural society: Challenges and approaches. Journal of Multicultural Social Work, 2(2), 7-22.
Gold, Nora (1990). Motivation: The crucial but unexplored component in social work practice. Social Work, 35(1), 49-56.
Gold, Nora (1988). Mental health in Canada: 1947-1959. Canadian Social Work Review, 5, 206-223.
Gold, Nora (1986). Divorce mediation and labour mediation: A comparison. Resolve (Family Mediation Canada), 2(2), 7-8.
Chapters in Books
Gold, N. (2002). The nature and function of assessment. In F. Turner (Ed.),Social work practice: A Canadian perspective (2nd edition) (pp. 143-154). Toronto: Prentice-Hall.
Gold, Nora (1999). Promoting the physical and mental health of female social workers in child welfare. In M. Denton, M. Hajdukowski-Ahmed, M. O’Connor & I. Zeytinoglu (Eds.), Women’s voices in health promotion (pp. 61-72). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Gold, Nora (1998). The nature and function of assessment. In Francis J. Turner (Ed.), Social work practice: A Canadian perspective (ch. 10, pp. 110-121). Scarborough: Allyn & Bacon.
Gold, Nora (1997). Canadian Jewish women and their experiences of sexism and antisemitism. In Rachel Josefowitz Siegel and Ellen Cole (Eds.),Celebrating the lives of Jewish women: Patterns in a feminist sampler (pp. 279-289). New York: Haworth.
Gold, Nora (1996). The impact of multiculturalism on a Jewish social service agency: A case study (pp. 236-246). In M. Brettschneider (Ed.), The Narrow Bridge: Jewish Perspectives on Multiculturalism. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Gold, Nora (1995). Ima’s Not on the Bima [Mum’s Not on the Prayer Podium]: Psychological Barriers to Women Taking Leadership Roles in Jewish Religious Practice, (pp. 55-74). In K. Weiner & A. Moon (Ed.), Jewish women speak out: Expanding the boundaries of psychology. Seattle: Canopy Press.
Gold, Nora & Whelan, Margaret (1992). Elderly people with autism: Defining a social work agenda for research and practice. In Francis J. Turner (Ed.), Mental health & the elderly: A social work perspective (ch. 6, pp. 102-114). New York: The Free Press.
Gold, Nora & Whelan, Margaret (1989). Autism: A pervasive developmental disorder. In Frank J. Turner (Ed.), The psychopathology of children: A social work perspective (pp. 34-71). New York: The Free Press.