Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Chapters in Books

1. A. Gorodzeisky, S. E. Spiro. 2005. The University in the Community: The Price-Brodie Initiative in Jaffa in D. Nahmias and G. Menahem (eds.) Tel-Aviv –Jaffa Studies: Social Processes and Public Policy, volume 3, pp. 225-248. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press(in Hebrew).

2. S. E. Spiro, A. Gorodzeisky. 2010. Evaluation of Heterogenic and Complicated Projects in M.Rozalis and R. Savaya (eds.) Issues in Evaluation in Israel, pp. 217-235. Beer Sheva: Ben Gurion University Press (in Hebrew).

3. M. Semyonov, A. Gorodzeisky. 2011. The Ways Europeans View Foreigners’ Impact on Society: A Cross-National Comparison in C. Herring (ed.) Combating Racism and Xenophobia: Transatlantic and International Perspectives, (pp. 118-134) Chicago: University of Illinois.

4. M. Semyonov, A. Gorodzeisky. 2012. Israel: an Immigrant Society in J. S. Frideres, J. Biles (eds.) International Perspectives: Integration and Inclusion, (pp 147-165) Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
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5. M. Semyonov, A. Gorodzeisky. 2012. Personal Threat, Collective Threat, and Discriminatory Attitudes in S., Salzborn, E. Davidov, J. Reinecke (eds.) Methods, theories, and empirical applications in the social sciences: A festschrift for Peter Schmidt (pp. 127-137) Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
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6. R. Raijman, A. Gorodzeisky. 2016. We and the Others: Majority Attitudes toward Non-Jews in Israel, in E. Ben-Rafael, J. H. Schoeps, Y.Sternberg and O.Glöckner (eds.) Handbook of Israel: The Major Debates (pp. 324-346). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
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7. Gorodzeisky, A., Semyonov, M., Davidov, E. and Schmidt, P. 2023. Threats, Prejudice and Opposition to Immigration in O. Hochman (ed.) Immigration and Integration in Israel and Beyond (pp. 193-217) Verlag, Bielefeld: Transcript.

8. Leykin, I. and Gorodzeisky, A. 2024 Post-Soviet Russia: Anti-Immigrant Sentiment and Discourses of National Identity, in M. Samers and E. Rydgren (eds.) Migration and Nationalism: theoretical and empirical perspectives. (pp. 88-113) Edward Elgar.

9. Blasco, D., Link, B.G, Bohman, A., Forman, T.A., Gorodzeisky, A, Pachankis, J.E., Schomerus, G., Yang L.H. 2024. How Are Stigma Processes Related to Different Aspects of Migration-Generated Diversity? in L.H., Yang, Eger, M. A., Link. B.G. (eds) Migration Stigma Understanding Prejudice, Discrimination, and Exclusion. Ernst Srungman Forum. The MIT Press. In press.
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