Eugene Tartakovsky
Eugene Tartakovsky
Associate Professor, Tel Aviv University, the School of Social Work
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Motivation for emigration, values, wellbeing, and identification among young Russian Jews
E Tartakovsky, SH Schwartz
International Journal of Psychology 36 (2), 88-99, 2001
A longitudinal study of acculturative stress and homesickness: High-school adolescents immigrating from Russia and Ukraine to Israel without parents
E Tartakovsky
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 42 (6), 485-494, 2007
Cultural identities of adolescent immigrants: A three-year longitudinal study including the pre-migration period
E Tartakovsky
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 38 (5), 654-671, 2009
Testing a new theoretical model for attitudes toward immigrants: The case of social workers’ attitudes toward asylum seekers in Israel
E Tartakovsky, SD Walsh
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 47 (1), 72-96, 2016
Factors affecting immigrants’ acculturation intentions: A theoretical model and its assessment among adolescent immigrants from Russia and Ukraine in Israel
E Tartakovsky
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 36 (1), 83-99, 2012
The psychological well‐being of unaccompanied minors: A longitudinal study of adolescents immigrating from Russia and Ukraine to Israel without parents
E Tartakovsky
Journal of research on adolescence 19 (2), 177-204, 2009
Nurses' job satisfaction and attitudes towards people living with HIV/AIDS in R ussia
L Hamama, E Tartakovsky, K Eroshina, E Patrakov, A Golubkova, ...
International Nursing Review 61 (1), 131-139, 2014
Personal value preferences and burnout of social workers
E Tartakovsky
Journal of Social Work 16 (6), 657-673, 2016
National identity of high-school adolescents in an era of socio-economic change: Russia and Ukraine in the Post-Perestroika period
E Tartakovsky
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 40 (2), 231-244, 2011
Psychological well-being and ethnic identities of Jewish adolescents planning emigration from Russia and Ukraine to Israel: Changes during the post-perestroika period
E Tartakovsky
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 32 (6), 553-564, 2008
Bullying gangs among immigrant adolescents from the former Soviet Union in Israel: A psycho-culturally determined group defense
E Tartakovsky, J Mirsky
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 16 (3), 247-265, 2001
Therapeutic orientations, professional efficacy, and burnout among substance abuse social workers in Israel
E Tartakovsky, S Kovardinsky
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 45 (1), 91-98, 2013
Burnout among social workers working with immigrants from the Former Soviet Union and Ethiopia in Israel: Testing the connections between personal value preferences, immigrant …
E Tartakovsky, SD Walsh
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 53, 39-53, 2016
Are some immigrants more equal than others? Applying a threat-benefit model to understanding the appraisal of different immigrant groups by the local population
E Tartakovsky, SD Walsh
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 46 (19), 3955-3973, 2020
Children of perestroika: the changing socioeconomic conditions in Russia and Ukraine and their effect on the psychological well-being of high-school adolescents
E Tartakovsky
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 45 (1), 25-37, 2010
Acculturation attitudes of potential emigrants: Jewish youths in Russia
E Tartakovsky
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 32 (9), 1845-1862, 2002
Staff members of community services for people with intellectual disability and severe mental illness: Values, attitudes, and burnout
E Tartakovsky, A Gafter-Shor, M Perelman-Hayim
Research in developmental disabilities 34 (11), 3807-3821, 2013
National identity
E Tartakovsky
Factors affecting emigration intentions in the diaspora population: The case of Russian Jews
E Tartakovsky, E Patrakov, M Nikulina
International journal of intercultural relations 59, 53-67, 2017
Found in transition: An acculturation narrative of immigration from the former Soviet Union to Israel
E Tartakovsky
Culture & Psychology 16 (3), 349-363, 2010
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