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Larissa Remennick

Larissa Remennick is associate professor of sociology at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. Born and educated in Moscow, Russia, she has lived in Israel since 1991. Her research interests include gender aspects of immigration and immigrant acculturation, as well as immigrant health and wellbeing. She has published extensively on the former Soviet immigrant wave of the 1990s in Israel, as well as on Russian Jewish immigrants in other hosting countries.   

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Russian Immigrants in Israel

Like their male counterparts, over sixty percent of Soviet Jewish women were highly educated and employed as professionals or white-collar workers. Before emigration, over ninety-five percent of these women combined full-time employment with motherhood and family roles (Tolts, 1997; Buckley, 1997). Beside the need, common to both sexes, for economic and psychosocial adjustment in the new country immigrant women faced specific challenges that reflect cultural differences in sexuality, fertility and family life.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Larissa Remennick." (Viewed on December 11, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/remennick-larissa>.

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