Dr. Anastasia Gorodzeisky

חוג לסוציולוגיה ואנתרופו סגל אקדמי בכיר
Dr. Anastasia Gorodzeisky
Phone: 03-6408938
Office: Naftali - Social Sciences, 631

Biography

Ph.D., Tel-Aviv, 2009

Anastasia Gorodzeisky is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tel Aviv University. After completion of her PhD studies (2008) in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Tel Aviv University, Israel, she spent three years as Research Fellow in the Center for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (CEACS) at Juan March Institute, Madrid, Spain. Her main research interests lie in four major areas: 1) discriminatory attitudes and prejudice (with focus on out-group populations); 2) global labor migration and immigration; 3) cross-national comparative sociology; and 4) quantitative research methods.

 

Research Interests

Global labor migration and immigration; Discriminatory attitudes and prejudice (with focus on out-group populations); Cross-national comparative sociology; Research methods.

 

Publications

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

 

Gorodzeisky, A. and A. Glikman, A. 2017. Two peoples - Two Stories: Anti-Immigrant Attitudes in Post Socialist Russia, Social Problems. spx023.

 

Gorodzeisky, A. & Semyonov, M. 2017. Labor Force Participation, Unemployment and Occupational Attainment among Immigrants in West European Countries. PLoS ONE 12(5): e0176856.

 

Gorodzeisky, A. and M. Semyonov. 2016. Not Only Competitive Threat but also Racial Prejudice: Sources of Anti-immigrant Attitudes in European Societies. International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28, 331-354.

 

Gorodzeisky, A, Sarid, O., Mirsky, J. and V. Slonim-Nevo. 2014. Immigrant Families: Mothers and Fathers' Proficiency in a Host-Country Language and Psychological Well Being of Daughters and Sons. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 45, 713 – 727. 

 

Gorodzeisky, A and A. Richards. 2013. Trade Unions and Migrant Workers in Western Europe. European Journal of Industrial Relations 19, 239-254.

 

Gorodzeisky. A. 2013. Does the Type of Rights Matter? Comparison of Attitudes towards the Allocation of Political versus Social Rights to Labor Migrants in Israel. European Sociological Review 29, 630-641.

 

Gorodzeisky. A. 2013. Mechanisms of Exclusion: Attitudes toward Allocation of Social Rights to Out-group Populations. Ethnic and Racial Studies 36, 795-817.

 

Gorodzeisky, A and M. Semyonov. 2011. Two Dimensions to Immigrants’ Economic Incorporation: Soviet Immigrants in the Israeli Labor Market. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 3, 1059-1077.

 

Gorodzeisky. A. 2011. Who are the Europeans that Europeans Prefer? Economic Conditions and Exclusionary views toward European immigrants. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 52, 100-113.

 

Gorodzeisky, A. and M. Semyonov. 2009. Terms of Exclusion: Public Views toward Admission and Allocation of Rights to Immigrants in European Countries. Ethnic and Racial Studies 35, 401-423.

 

Semyonov, M. Raijman R. and A. Gorodzeisky. 2006. The Rise in Anti-foreigner Sentiment in European Societies, 1988-2000.  American Sociological Review 71, 426-449.

 

Semyonov, M. and A. Gorodzeisky. 2005.  "Labor Migration, Remittances and Household's Income: A Comparison between Filipino and Filipina Overseas Workers", International Migration Review 39, 45-68. 

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