Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Journal Articles

1. Semyonov, M. & Gorodzeisky, A. 2004. Occupational Destination and Economic Mobility of Filipino Overseas Workers. International Migration Review, 38, 5-26.

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

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

4. Semyonov, M., Raijman, R. & Gorodzeisky, A. 2007. On the Relations between Right Wing Parties and Anti-Foreigner Sentiment, (Reply to Wilkes, Guppy and Farris). American Sociological Review,  72, 841-849.

5. Semyonov, M., Raijman, R. & Gorodzeisky, A. 2008. Foreigners’ Impact on European Societies: Public Views and Perceptions in a Cross-National Comparative Perspective. International Journal of Comparative Sociology,  49, 5-29.

6. Semyonov, M. & Gorodzeisky, A. 2008. Labor Migration, Remittances and Economic Well-being of Households in the Philippines. Population Research and Policy Review,  27, 619-637.

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

8. A. Gorodzeisky. 2011. Focus Groups as a Tool in the Construction of Questionnaires: The Case of Discriminatory Attitudes. Quantity and Quality: International Journal of Methodology,  45, 1217-1231.

9. Gorodzeisky, A. & Semyonov, M. 2011. Two Dimensions to Immigrants’ Economic Incorporation: Soviet Immigrants in the Israeli Labour Market. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,  37, 1059- 1077.

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

11. M. Semyonov, A. Gorodzeisky, A. Glikman. 2012. Neighborhood Ethnic Composition and Resident Perceptions of Safety in European Countries. Social Problems, 59, 117-135.

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

13. A. Gorodzeisky. 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. Download PDF

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

15. Gorodzeisky, A. & Semyonov, M. 2014. Making a Living at Home and Abroad: Filipinos’ Earnings in the Domestic and the Global Labor Market. Research on Social Stratification and Mobility, 37, 77-89. Download PDF

16. A. Gorodzeisky, O. Sarid, J. Mirsky, 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. Download PDF

17. A. Gorodzeisky, A. Glikman, D. Maskileyson. 2015. The Nature of Anti-Immigrant Sentiment in Post-Socialist Russia. Post-Soviet Affairs, 31, 115-135. Download PDF

18. A. Gorodzeisky, A. Richards. 2016. Union members’ attitudes towards immigrant workers: A 14-country studyEuropean Journal of Industrial Relations, 22, 23-38. Download PDF

19. Gorodzeisky, A. & Semyonov, M. 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. Download PDF

20. S.Heilbrunn, A.Gorodzeisky, A. Glikman. 2016. Identity of Immigrants – Between Majority Perception and Self-Definition. Israel Affairs, 22, 236-347. Download PDF

21. Krumer-Nevo, M., Gorodzeisky, A., & Saar-Heiman, Y. 2017. Debt, Poverty, and Financial

ExclusionJournal of Social Work, 17.

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

23. A.Gorodzeisky, A. Glikman. 2018. Two peoples – Two Stories: Anti-Immigrant Attitudes in Post Socialist Russia. Social Problems , 65, 543-563. Download PDF

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

25. A.Gorodzeisky. 2019. Opposition to Immigration in Contemporary Russia. Post-Soviet Affairs, 35, 205-222. Download PDF

26. Feniger, Y., Gorodzeisky, A. & Krumer-Nevo, M. 2019. Who Pays the Price for Parental Education–Occupation Mismatch? Evidence from an Israeli City. SAGE Open, 9: 2158244019835916.

27. Gorodzeisky, A. & Semyonov, M. 2019. Unwelcome immigrants: sources of opposition to different immigrant groups among Europeans. Frontiers in Sociology, Vol.4

28. Gorodzeisky, A. & Semyonov, M. 2020. Perceptions and Misperceptions: Actual Size, Perceived Size and Opposition to Immigration in European Societies. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 46, 612-630.

29. 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. Download PDF

30. A.Gorodzeisky, I. Leykin. 2020. When Borders Migrate: Reconstructing the Category of ‘International Migrant’. Sociology, 54, 142-158. 

31. Davidov, D. Seddig, A. Gorodzeisky, R. Raijman, P. Schmidt, M. Semyonov. 2020. Direct and Indirect Predictors of Opposition to Immigration in Europe: Individual values, Cultural Values and Symbolic Threat. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 46, 553-573.

32. M. Sanderson, M. Semyonov, A. Gorodzeisky, A. 2021. Declining and Splitting: Opposition to Immigration in the United States, 1996 – 2018. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 80, 27-39

33. Gorodzeisky, A. & Leykin, I. 2022. On the West–East Methodological Bias in Measuring International Migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

34. Caller, S and Gorodzeisky, A. 2022. Racist Views in Contemporary European Societies. Ethnic and Racial Studies

35. Gorodzeisky A. 2022. The Influx of Refugees and Temporal Change in Attitudes Towards Asylum Seekers: A Cross-National Perspective. European Sociological Review.

36. Hogston, I.J. and Gorodzeisky, A. 2022. Sexual Orientation and Anti-Immigrant Sentiment in Western Europe. HAGIRA: Israel Journal of Migration, 13.

37. Feniger, Y., Bar-Haim, E, Gorodzeisky, A. & Ayalon, H. 2023. Educational Reforms and Long Term Educational and Occupational Achievements of 1990’s High School Graduates: Ethnic and Gender Differences among Israeli Jews. Kriot Israeliot, 3. (in Hebrew)
*The research results were featured in Haaretz newspaper and in Radio KAN

38. Gorodzeisky, A. 2023. Public Opinion toward Asylum Seekers in Post-Communist Europe:
A Comparative Perspective. Problems of Post-Communism, 70, 654-666.

39. Semyonov, M., Raijman, R., Gorodzeisky, A., & Hinz, T. 2023. The Impact of
Immigrants’ Characteristics on Anti-immigrant Sentiment among the Jewish Majority and the
Arab Minority in Israel. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 49, 4266-4287

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

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

42. Semyonov, M., Gorodzeisky, A., Raijman, R., & Hinz, T. 2024. Endorsement of Wage
Discrimination against Immigrants: Results from a Multifactorial Survey Experiment in Israeli
Society. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 89.