Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Professor Anastasia Gorodzeisky

Department of Sociology and Anthropology

School of Social  and Policy Studies

Faculty of Social Sciences 

Tel Aviv University,  Israel


Selected Recent Publications:

Leykin, I. and Gorodzeisky, A. 2024. Is Anti-immigrant Sentiment Owned by the Political Right? Sociology, 58, 3-22.

Gorodzeisky, A., Feniger, Y., & Ayalon, H. 2023. Child’s Age at Migration, High School Course-taking and Higher EducationChildren and Youth Services Review, 155, 107188. 

A. Gorodzeisky, A. 2022. The Influx of Refugees and Temporal Change in Attitudes towards Asylum Seekers: A cross-national Perspective. European Sociological Review, 38, 648-682.

A. Gorodzeisky and I. Leykin. 2022. On the West–East Methodological Bias in Measuring International
Migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 48, 3160-3183. 

A.Gorodzeisky and I. Leykin. 2020. When Borders Migrate: Reconstructing the Category of ‘International Migrant’. Sociology, 54, 142-158. 
         *Israeli Sociological Association Best Paper Award.

         *Research driven animation

A.Gorodzeisky and A. Richards. 2020. Do Immigrants Trust Trade Unions? A Study of 18 European Countries.  British Journal of Industrial Relations, 58, 3-26.

A.Gorodzeisky and A. Glikman. 2018. Two Peoples – Two Stories: Anti-Immigrant Attitudes in Post-Socialist Russia.  Social Problems, 65: 543-563.

A.Gorodzeisky and M. Semyonov. 2018. Competitive Threat and Temporal Change in Anti-Immigrant Sentiment: Insights from a Hierarchical Age-Period-Cohort Model. Social Science Research, 73: 31-44.

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


Recent research interests:

Global Migration and Immigrant Integration

Cross-National Comparative Sociology

Attitudes toward Immigrants and Immigration

Politics of Knowledge