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List of Publications in English
Books (as author)
Remennick, L. Russian Jews on Three Continents: Identity, Integration, and Conflict. Transaction - International Social Science Publisher (Rutgers University, New Jersey). 2007. 410 pp.; paperback edition 2012.
Remennick L. The Cancer Problem in the Context of Modernity: Sociology, Demography, Politics. Current Sociology (special issue). Sage: 1998 (46:1), 150pp. Current Sociologyis a Journal of the International Sociological Association. This work has been published as a single-author monograph.
Books (as editor)
Remennick, L. (editor). Russian Israelis: Social Mobility, Politics and Culture. Routledge/Taylor & Francis (UK), December 2011. This is a book version of a Special Issue of 'Israel Affairs", 2011, v.17 (1).
Chapters in edited volumes
Remennick, L. The Russian-Jewish Diaspora at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century. In: Kim Knott and Seán McLoughlin (Eds.). Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities, London, NY: ZED Books, 2010, pp.187-193.
Remennick, L. Between Reproductive Citizenship and Consumerism: Attitudes towards Assisted Reproduction Technologies among Jewish and Arab Israeli Women. Daphna Birenbaum-Carmeli and Yoram Carmeli (Eds.) Kin, Gene, Community: Reproductive Technologies among Jewish Israelis. Oxford and NY: Berghahn, 2010, pp.318-339.
Remennick, L. Former Soviet Jews in the New/Old Homeland: Between Integration and Separatism. In Takeyuki Tsuda (Ed). Diasporic Homecomings: Ethnic Return Migrations of the late 20th Century, Chapter 8. Stanford University Press, 2009.
Remennick, L. The Place of Israel - Symbolic and Real - in the Life of Russian-Soviet Jewry. Chapter 18 in: Danny Ben-Moshe and Zohar Segev (Eds.) Israel, the Diaspora and Jewish Identity, Brighton & Portland: Sussex Academic Press (UK), 2007, pp. 286-301.
Remennick L. Articles "Diaspora" and "Transnationalism", New Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. NY & London: Blackwell, 2006.
Remennick, L. Case Study in Transnationalism: Russian Jewish Immigrants in Israel of the 1990s. In: R. Munz and R. Ohliger (eds). Diasporas and Ethnic Migrants. Germany, Israel and Post-Soviet Successor States in Comparative Perspective. London & Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 2003, pp.370-384.
Remennick L. Women with a Russian Accent in Israel: Gender Aspects of Immigration. In: Kelson, G. and DeLaet, D. (eds.) Immigration and Gender: Implications for Social Policy. London: Macmillan, 1999, pp.163-185.
Remennick L. Identity Quest among Russian Jews of the 1990s: Before and After Emigration. In: Krausz E. & Tulea G. (eds) Jewish Survival: The Identity Problem at the Close of the 20th Century. New Brunswick & London: Transaction, 1998, pp.241-258.
Amir D., Remennick L., and Elimelech Y. Educating Lena: Women Immigrants and ‘Integration’ Policies in Israel. The Politics of Reproduction and Family Planning. In: Lewin-Epstein N. et al. (eds) Russian Jews on Three Continents: Migration and Resettlement. London: Frank Cass, 1997, pp.495-509.
Articles in peer-reviewed journals
Remennick, L. The Two Waves of Russian-Jewish Migration from the USSR/FSU to Israel: Dissidents of the 1970s and Pragmatics of the 1990s. Special Issue Re-imagining Diasporas and Generations (ed. By M.L. Berg and S. Eckstein). Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies 2009, 18 (1-2): 44-66. Published in Winter 2015.
Khvorostianov N. and Remennick, L. Immigration and Generational Solidarity: Elderly Soviet Immigrants and their Adult Children in Israel. Forthcoming in the Special Issue Intergenerational Family Relations in the Multi-Cultural Society of Israel (ed. by A. Lowenstein and R. Katz). Journal of Intergenerational Relations (March 2015, 13 (1)).
Prashizky, A. and Remennick, L. Cultural Capital in Migration: Fishka Association of Young Russian-Speaking Adults in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Journal of Intercultural Studies 2014, 36 (1): 1-18.
Remennick, L. “We Do Not Own Our Children:” Transformation of Parental Attitudes and Practices in Two Generations of Russian Israelis. Forthcoming in Journal of International Migration and Integration (JIMI/RIMI).
Prashizky A. and Remennick, L. Gender and Symbolic Citizenship among Non-Jewish Immigrants from the former Soviet Union in Israel. Forthcoming in Citizenship Studies.
Remennick, L. Transnational Lifestyle among Russian Israelis: A Follow-Up Study. Global Networks 2013, 13(4): 478-497.
Remennick, L. Intergenerational Transfer in Israeli-Russian Immigrant Families: Parental Social Mobility and Children’s Integration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2012, 38(10): 1533-1550.
Remennick, L. Twenty Years Together: the ‘Great Aliyah’ and Russian Israelis in the Mirror of Social Research. An Introduction to the Special Issue (Guest Editor – L.Remennick). Israel Affairs, 2011, 17(1): 1-6.
Remennick, L. The Russian-Jewish Transnational Social Space: An Overview. Journal of Jewish Identities, Special Issue: Russian Diaspora (eds. Rachel Harris and Anna Ronell). 2011, Issue 4 No 1: 1-12.
Remennick, L. Exploring Intercultural Relationships: A Study of Russian Immigrants Married to Native Israelis. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Nov 2009, 40(5): 719-738.
Remennick, L. Subjective Health, Aging, and Menopause among Native and Immigrant Jewish Women in Israel. Women and Health 2008, 47(1): 65-82.
Remennick, L. Contested Motherhood in the Ethnic State: Voices from an Israeli Postpartum Ward. Ethnicities 2008, 8(2): 199-226.
Remennick, L. “Being a Woman is Different Here:” Changing Attitudes towards Femininity, Sexuality, and Gender Roles among Former Soviet Women Living in Greater Boston. Women's Studies International Forum, 2007, 30: 326-341.
Remennick, L.The Quest after the Perfect Baby: Why Do Israeli Women Seek Prenatal Genetic Testing? Sociology of Health and Illness 2006, 28(1): 21-53.
Remennick, L. The Challenge of Early Breast Cancer Detection among Immigrant and Minority Women in Multicultural Societies The Breast Journal, 2006, Vol.12, Suppl.1, S103-S110.
Remennick, L. Russian Jews in the Global City of Toronto: A Pilot Study of Identity and Social Integration. Espaces, Populations, Sociétiés (Special Issue “Diaspora and Metropolis”), 2006, No 1: 61-81.
Remennick, L. Resetting the Rules of the Game: Language Preferences and Social Relations of Work between Russian Immigrants and Veteran Professionals in an Israeli Organization. Journal of International Migration and Integration 2005,6(1): 1-28.
Remennick, L. Immigration, Gender, and Psychosocial Adjustment: A Study among 150 Immigrant Couples in Israel. Sex Roles 2005, 53 (11-12): 847-864.
Remennick, L. Cross-Cultural Dating Patterns on an Israeli Campus: Why Are Russian Immigrant Women More Popular than Men? Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 2005, 24 (2): 435-454.
Remennick, L. “Idealists Headed to Israel, Pragmatics Chose Europe.” Identity Dilemmas and Social Incorporation among Former Soviet Jews Who Immigrated to Germany. Immigrants and Minorities 2005, 23(1): 30-58.
Remennick, L. Work Relations between Immigrants and Old-Timers in an Israeli Organization: Social Interactions and Inter-Group Attitudes. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 2004, 45(1-2); 43-69.
Remennick, L. Language Acquisition, Ethnicity and Social Integration among Former Soviet Immigrants of the 1990s in Israel. Ethnic and Racial Studies 2004, 27(3): 431-454.
Remennick, L. From Russian to Hebrew via HebRush: Inter-Generational Patterns of Language Use among Former Soviet Immigrants in Israel. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 2004, 24 (5): 431-453.
Remennick, L. The 1.5 Generation of Russian Jewish Immigrants in Israel: Between Integration and Socio-Cultural Retention. Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies 2003, 12(1),39-66.
Remennick, L. Language Acquisition as the Main Vehicle of Social Integration: The Case of Russian Jewish Immigrants in Israel. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 2003, 164: 83-105.
Remennick, L. What Does Integration Mean? Social Insertion of Russian Jewish Immigrants in Israel. Journal of International Migration and Integration 2003, 4(1): 23-48.
Remennick, L. Retired and Making a Fresh Start: Older Russian Immigrants Speak about their Adjustment in Israel. International Migration, 2003, 41(5): 153-173.
Remennick, L. Career Continuity among Immigrant Professionals: Russian Engineers in Israel. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 2003, 29(4): 701-721.
Remennick, L. “I Have no Time for Potential Troubles:” The Reasons for Low Utilization of Israeli Breast Screening Services by Russian Immigrant Women. Journal of Immigrant Health 2003, 5(4): 153-163.
Remennick, L. and Shakhar, G. You Never Stop Being a Doctor: The Stories of Russian Immigrant Physicians Who Converted to Physiotherapy. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Health, Illness and Medicine 2003, 7(1): 87-108.
Remennick L. Transnational Community in the Making: Russian Jewish Immigrants of the 1990s in Israel. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 2002, 28(3): 515-530.
Remennick, L. Survival of the Fittest: Russian Immigrant Teachers Speak about their Professional Adjustment in Israel. International Migration 2002; 40(1): 99-121.
Remennick, L. Immigrants from Chernobyl-Affected Areas in Israel: The Link between Health and Social Adjustment. Social Science and Medicine 2002; 54(2): 309-317.
Remennick, L. “My Life is One Big Nursing Home.” Russian Immigrant Women in Israel Speak about Double Caregiver Stress. Women’s Studies International Forum 2001, 24(6): 685-700.
Remennick, L. and Hetsroni, A. Public Attitudes toward Abortion in Israel. A research Note. Social Science Quarterly 2001, 82(2): 420-431.
Hetsroni A and Remennick, L. Pro-Choice vs. Pro-Life in the Holy Land: Socio-Economic and Attitudinal Correlates of Public Opinion towards Non-Vital Abortion in Israel. International Journal of Public Opinion Research 2001; 13 (2): 194-205.
Remennick L. and Segal R. ‘Socio-Cultural Context and Women’s Experiences of Abortion: Israeli Women and Russian Immigrants Compared.’ Culture, Health and Sexuality 2001, 3(1): 49-66.
Gross R., Brammli-Greenberg S., and Remennick L. Self-Rated Health Status and Health Care Utilization among Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Israeli Jewish Women. Women and Health 2001, 34(3): 53-70.
Remennick, L. Childless in the Land of Imperative Motherhood: Stigma and Coping among Infertile Israeli Women. Sex Roles 2000, 43 (11/12): 821-841.
Remennick L. and Raanan O. Institutional and Attitudinal Factors Involved in Higher Mortality of Israeli Women after Coronary Bypass Surgery: Another Case of Gender Bias. Health 2000 4(4): 457-480.
Remennick L. ‘Women with a Russian Accent’ in Israel. On the Gender Aspects of Immigration. The European Journal of Women’s Studies 1999, 6(4): 441-461.
Remennick L. Women of the ‘Sandwich’ Generation and Multiple Roles: The Case of Russian Immigrants of the 1990s in Israel. Sex Roles 1999, 40(5/6): 347-378.
Remennick L.I. Preventive Behavior among Recent Immigrants: Russian- Speaking Women and Cancer Screening in Israel. Social Science and Medicine, 1999, 48(11): 1669-1684.
Remennick L. Breast Screening Practices among Russian Immigrant Women in Israel. Women and Health 1999, 28(4): 29-51.
Remennick L.I. and Ottenstein N. Reaction of Soviet Immigrants to Primary Health Care in Israel. International Journal of Health Services 1998, 28(3): 555-574.
Remennick L. Technology Versus Responsibility: Immigrant Physicians from the Former USSR Reflect on Israeli Health Care. Journal of Health and Social Behavior 1997, 38 (September): 191-202.
Remennick, L. Initial Experience in Sex Education for Adolescent Migrants from ex-USSR to Israel. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 1997; 9(1): 57-67.
Remennick L, Amir D., Elimelech Y., Novikov I. Family Planning Practices and Attitudes among Former Soviet New Immigrant Women in Israel. SocialScience and Medicine 1995, 41(4): 569-577.
Visser, A., Pavlenko I., Remennick, L., Bruyniks N., and Lehert, P. Contraceptive Practice and Attitudes in Former Soviet Women. Advances in Contraception 1993, 9:13-23.
Visser, A., Remennick, L., and Bruyniks, N. Family Planning in Russia: Experience and Attitudes of Gynecologists. Advances in Contraception 1993, 9: 93-104.
Remennick, L. Epidemiology and Determinants of Induced Abortion in the USSR. Social Science and Medicine 1991, 33: 841-848.
Remennick, L. Induced Abortion as Cancer Risk Factor: A Review of Epidemiological Evidence. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 1990, 44: 259-264.
Remennick, L. Reproductive Patterns and Cancer Incidence in Women: A Population-Based Study in the USSR. International Journal of Epidemiology,1989, 18: 498-510.
Remennick, L. Sexual and Reproductive Health in the Context of Post-Communist Transition in Russia.Position Paper for the Division of Sexual and Reproductive Health of the World Health Organization, European Region, Copenhagen, 2001.
Updated May 2015