Prof. Evgeny Tartakovsky

מנהלת בי"ס לעב סוציאלית סגל אקדמי בכיר
Prof. Evgeny Tartakovsky
Phone: 03-6409060
External phone: 03-6709060
Fax: 03-6709060
Office: School of Social Work

Short Bio

Eugene (Evgeny) Tartakovsky is an Associate Professor at the Tel-Aviv University School of Social Work. Prof. Tartakovsky received an M.A. in clinical psychology from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a Ph.D. from the School of Social Work at Ben-Gurion University in Beer-Sheba. Before joining Tel-Aviv University, Prof. Tartakovsky worked as a psychologist in an adolescent immigration program at the Israeli Ministry of Education and as a coordinator of children and family programs in the Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Prof. Tartakovsky has published over 50 articles and book chapters and has presented his works extensively at international conferences. He is the editor of two books: one on community psychology and another on immigration. Prof. Tartakovsky consults governmental and non-governmental organizations on issues related to immigration and integration of immigrants and ethnic minorities.

Full CV

Research Interests

  • The role of values as determinants of attitudes and behavior
  • Psychology of immigration: immigrants and receiving society
  • Social work with immigrants and ethnic minorities
  • Family relationships in majority and minority populations

Recent Publications

  1. Tartakovsky, E., & Walsh, S. D. (2019, published online). Are some immigrants more equal than others? Applying a threat-benefit model to understanding the appraisal of different immigrant groups by the local population. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
  2. Walsh, S., Tartakovsky, E., & Schifter-Weber, M. (2018, published online). Personal values and immigrant appraisal as predictors of voluntary contact with immigrants among majority students in Israel. International Journal of Psychology.
  3. Tartakovsky, E., & Walsh, S. D. (2018). Value preferences of social workers. Social Work: A Journal of the National Association of Social Workers, 63(2), 115-124.
  4. Tartakovsky, E. (2018). Therapeutic beliefs and practices of Jewish-Israeli and Palestinian-Israeli social workers. International Social Work, 61(2) 199–218.
  5. Tartakovsky, E., Patrakov, E., & Nikulina, M. (2017). Emigration intentions of Russian Jews: the role of socio-demographic variables, social networks, and satisfaction with life in Russia. East European Jewish Affairs, 47(2-3), 242-254.
  6. Tartakovsky, E., Patrakov, E., & Nikulina, M. (2017). Motivational goals, group identifications, and psychosocial adjustment of returning migrants: the case of Jews returning to Russia. International Journal of Psychology, 52(S1), 78-86.
  7. Tartakovsky, E., Patrakov, E., & Nikulina, M. (2017). Factors affecting emigration intentions in the diaspora population: the case of Russian Jews. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 59, 53–67.
  8. Tartakovsky, E., & Abu Kheit, A. (2017). Personal value preferences, group identifications, and cultural practices of Palestinian Israelis working in close contact with Jewish Israelis. The Journal of Social Psychology, 157(5), 541–555.
  9. Tartakovsky, E., Walsh, S. D., Patrakov, E., & Nikulina, M. (2017). Between two worlds? Value preferences of immigrants compared to local-born populations in the receiving country and in the country of origin. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 48(6), 835–853.
  10. Tartakovsky, E. (2016). Personal value preferences and burnout of social workers. Journal of Social Work, 16(6), 657–673.


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