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Ex-Soviets in Israel

From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait (Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore and Anthropology) (Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore and Anthropology)
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Anthropology, Cultural studies, Social Science, Sociology, Folklore & Mythology, Religion & Spirituality / Judaism, Emigration & Immigration, Folklore, Immigrants, Interviews, Israel, Jews, Soviet, Soviet
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Ex-Soviets in Israel will be of interest to scholars who work in Jewish and immigration studies, modern folklore, anthropology, and sociolinguistics.

Published by: Wayne State University Press Larisa Fialkova is a senior researcher in the department of Hebrew and comparative literature at the University of Haifa.

Ex-Soviets in Israel provides a unique opportunity to 'hear' real voices of the Russian-speaking immigrants to Israel and trace cultural antecedents of their discourse. The authors have demolished the ice wall between the Russian and Western academic worlds.

A valuable resource for experts and students alike, this book is a must for libraries Cited by: 1. In this volume ex-Soviets in Israel reflect on their immigration experiences, allowing readers to explore this transitional cultural group directly through immigrants’ thoughts, memories, and feelings, rather than physical artifacts like magazines, films, or by: In the final years of the Soviet Union and into the s, Soviet Jews immigrated to Israel at an unprecedented rate, bringing about Ex-Soviets in Israel book changes in Israeli society and the way immigrants understood their own identity.

In this volume ex-Soviets in Israel reflect on Ex-Soviets in Israel book immigration experiences, allowing readers to explore this transitional cultural group directly through immigrants. Ex-Soviets in Israel: From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait.

by Larisa Fialkova,Maria Yelenevskaya. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Wayne State University Press.

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This book marks 15 years of the authors’ collaborative writing devoted to the culture and language of ex-Soviet immigrants. In Israel many ex-Soviets chose to live in the so-called. Ex-Soviets in Israel (Hardcover) From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait (Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore and Anthropology) By Larisa Fialkova, Maria Yelenevskaya.

Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore and A,pp. Publication Date: May 1, Lee "Ex-Soviets in Israel: From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait" por Larisa Fialkova disponible en Rakuten Kobo.

A groundbreaking study of personal stories from ex-Soviet immigrants in Israel, bringing together scholarship in anthrop. "Ex-Soviets in Israel. From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait" published on 01 Jan by Brill. This book is a follow-up to our project devoted to personal narratives of ex-Soviets in Israel.

Our original plan was to collect previously pub-lished articles dealing with immigration issues but differing from the main themes of our book Ex-Soviets in Israel: FromPersonal Narra-tives to a Group Portrait (Fialkova & Yelenevskaya ). The themes. 31 This last facet of the geography of ex-Soviets in Israel analyzes their internal mobility.

Because of the policy of direct absorption, internal mobility quickly impacted on the immigrant population. Out of the total number of ex-Soviets who entered the country between and75, (or % of the immigrants) moved [Hasson].

Ex-Soviets in Israel provides a unique opportunity to 'hear' real voices of the Russian-speaking immigrants to Israel and trace cultural antecedents of their discourse. The authors have demolished the ice wall between the Russian and Western academic worlds.

Ex-Soviets in the Israeli Political Space: Values, Attitudes, and Electoral Behavior. Unpublished paper. Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn Institute of Israel Studies.

Electronic books Folklore Interviews: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Fialkova, L.L. Ex-Soviets in Israel. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: L L Fialkova; Maria N.

Controversial method began in Moscow, spread to Jerusalem and Sydney, as a private bid to confirm ex-Soviets as Jews. Now it faces a High Court challenge and a thunderous outcry. Ex-Soviets in Israel. Larisa Fialkova. 15 Sep Hardback.

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Israel, since it was established inhas always been agriculturally innovative. It has had to be. “Necessity is the mother of invention”, as the phrase goes. Israel’s land, at that time, was mostly arable and with scarce water. Since then, the country has managed to vastly increase the amount.

In Israel many ex-Soviets chose to live in the so-called development towns. Attracted by relatively inexpensive apartments, the newcomers found themselves trapped in places where jobs are scarce and the quality of life has been recently dropping.

References Abu-Rabia, S. The learning of Hebrew by Israeli Arab students in Israel. Journal of Social Psychology, (3), Fialkova, L., & Yelenevskaya, M.

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Larisa Fialkova. 15 Sep Hardback. US$ Add to basket. The Stains of Culture. Ruth Tsoffar. 01 Jan beautifully wrought and effectively argued first chapter of The Stains of Culture provides an important portent of the book's continued course.

Tsoffar clearly has a lot of skill as a writer and researcher. Ex-Soviets in Israel From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait By analyzing key aspects of Hebrew culture, this book adds new dimension to the anthropological, sociological, and historical studies dealing with folklore, rituals, and festivals.

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London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, Ltd., Elazar, Daniel. The Other Jews: the Sephardim Today. New York: Basic Books, Fialkova, L. Ex-Soviets in Israel: From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait. Detroit. The study draws on conversational data from a subforum ofa website and forum portal designed for Russian-speaking ex-Soviets in Israel.

Participants in are not only Russian-speaking Israelis, but returnees from Israel to the countries of the former Soviet Union, as well as ex-Soviets who immigrated from Israel to another. The Struggle for Soviet Jewry in American Politics - Israel versus the American Jewish Establishment.

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Child Risk and Protection: Perceptions of One-and-a-Half Generation Immigrant Parents from the Former Soviet Union and Israeli Social Workers Part of the Child Maltreatment book. News from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World as a private bid to confirm ex-Soviets as Jews.

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Reviews: Nationality: Larisa Fialkova and Maria N. Yelenevskaya, Ex-Soviets in Israel: From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press,xiii + pp., ISBNUS$   The facts brought forth in this book are supported by case files recorded by Jewish social service workers, letters and minutes from agency meetings, oral testimonies, and much more.

Let Us Prove Strong: The American Jewish Committee,by Marianne R. Sanua. Book Notes 4 shows the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through the eyes of six families, three Arab and three Jewish. Ex-Soviets in Israel: From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait, by Larisa Fialkova and Maria N.

Yelenevskaya. Detroit: Wayne State University Press. Russian Jews say case points to big changes in Brighton Beach with new wave of ex-Soviets. Russian Orthodox or Baptist books on the street. pro-Israel .Vesti (Russian: Вести, "News") was an Israeli Russian-language daily newspaper.

Based in Tel Aviv, the paper was Israel's most widely read Russian-language paper and the last remaining daily paper in Russian. The paper was started in by Yedioth Ahronoth Group, which remains its owner. It was very widely read in the s.The scholars' book, Ex-Soviets in Israel: From Personal Nar-ratives to a Group Portrait (Wayne State UP), gives an in-depth look at how newcomers artic-ulate their experiences of voluntary exile from the U.S.S.R.

Fialko va and Yelenevskaya use these individual experiences to identify a distinct Russian-Israeli "folklore." Their new book, In.