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EUGENE (EVGENY) TARTAKOVSKY

ד''ר יבגני טרטקובסקי הינו מרצה בכיר בבית הספר לעבודה סוציאלית באוניברסיטת תל-אביב. הוא קיבל תואר מוסמך מהחוג לפסיכולוגיה (מגמה קלינית) באוניברסיטה העברית ותואר דוקטור מהחוג לעבודה סוציאלית באוניברסיטת בן-גוריון בנגב.

לפני הצטרפותו לאוניברסיטת תל-אביב, ד''ר טרטקובסקי עבד כמתאם תוכניות ילדים ומשפחות באגף ברית המועצות לשעבר של הג'וינט. לפני כך, הוא עבד כפסיכולוג בתכנית נעל''ה (נוער עולה לפני הורים) של משרד החינוך. ד''ר טרטקובסקי פרסם יותר מארבעים מאמרים בכתבי עת מדעיים ופרקים בספרים. הוא ערך שני ספרים: אחד על פסיכולוגיה קהילתית והשני על התהליכים הפסיכו-סוציאליים בהגירה. ד''ר טרטקובסקי נותן יעוץ לארגונים רבים העוסקים בקליטת עולים ולארגונים העובדים בסביבה רב-תרבותית, ביניהם הסוכנות היהודית, משטרת ישראל, צה''ל, משרד החינוך, קרן מנדל ועוד.

 

קורות חיים

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Dr. Eugene (Evgeny) Tartakovsky is a Senior Lecturer at the Tel-Aviv University School of Social Work. He received an M.A. in clinical psychology from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a Ph.D. from the School of Social Work at Ben-Gurion University in Beer-Sheba. Before joining Tel-Aviv University, Dr. Tartakovsky worked as a psychologist in an adolescent immigration program at the Israeli Ministry of Education and as a coordinator of children and family programs in the Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Dr. Tartakovsky has published over 40 articles and book chapters and has presented his works extensively at international conferences. He is the editor of two books: one on community psychology and another on immigration. Dr. Tartakovsky consults governmental and non-governmental organizations on issues related to multiculturalism, immigration, and social work with ethnic minorities and immigrants. 

 

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תחומי מחקר

Research Interests

  • The role of values as determinants of attitudes and behavior
  • Psychology of immigration: immigrants and receiving society
  • Social work with ethnic minorities and immigrants
  • Family relationships in majority and minority populations

 

 

 

 

פרסומים

Selected Publications

Articles in Peer Reviewed  Jornals

(last five years)

 

ARTICLES

Tartakovsky, E., & Abu Kheit, A. (in press). Personal value preferences, group identifications, and cultural practices of Palestinian Israelis working in close contact with Jewish Israelis. The Journal of Social Psychology.
 

Tartakovsky, E., Patrakov, E., & Nikulina, M. (in press). Motivational goals, group identifications, and psychosocial adjustment of returning migrants: the case of Jews returning to Russia. International Journal of Psychology.
 

Tartakovsky, E. (in press). Therapeutic beliefs and practices of Jewish-Israeli and Palestinian-Israeli social workers. International Social Work.
 

Tartakovsky, E. (2016). Personal value preferences and burnout of social workers. Journal of Social Work, 16(6), 657–673.
 

Hamama, L., Tartakovsky, E., & Patrakov, E. (2016). Attitudes and burnout among health care professionals working with HIV/AIDS. Voprosy Psychologii//Issues in Psychology, 3, 79-89.
 

Tartakovsky, E., & Walsh, S. D. (2016). Burnout among social workers working with immigrants from the Former Soviet Union and Ethiopia in Israel: Testing the connections between personal value preferences, immigrant appraisal and burnout. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 53, 39-53.
 

Tartakovsky, E. (2016). The motivational foundations of different therapeutic orientations as indicated by therapists’ value preferences. Psychotherapy Research 26(3), 352-364.
 

Tartakovsky, E., & Walsh, S. D. (2016). Testing a new conceptual model for attitudes toward immigrants: a case of social workers’ attitudes toward asylum seekers in Israel. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 47(1), 72-96.
 

Tartakovsky, E., & Cohen, E. (2014). Values in the bank: Value preferences of bank frontline workers and branch managers. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 5(23), 769-782.
 

Hamama, L., Tartakovsky, E., Eroshina, K., Patrakov, E., Golubkova, A., Bogushevich, J., & Shardina, L. (2014). Nurses’ job satisfaction and attitudes toward people living with HIV/AIDS in Russia. The International Nursing Review, 61(1), 131-139.
 

Tartakovsky, E., Gafter-Shor, A., & Perelman-Hayim, M. (2013). Staff members of community services for people with intellectual disability and severe mental illness: Values, attitudes, and burnout. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(11), 3807-3821.
 

Tartakovsky, E., & Hamama, L. (2013). Personal values and attitudes toward people living with HIV among health care providers in Kazakhstan. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 24(6), 569–578.
 

Tartakovsky, E. & Kovardinsky, S. (2013). Therapeutic orientations, professional efficacy, and burnout among substance abuse social workers in Israel. Journal of Substance Abuse and Treatment, 45(1), 91-98.
 

Tartakovsky, E. (2012). The Israeli immigration policy: some lessons from the last wave of mass immigration from the Former Soviet Union. Current Politics and Economics of the Middle East, 3(3), 353-372.
 

Tartakovsky, E. (2012). Factors affecting immigrants’ acculturation intentions: a theoretical model and its assessment among adolescent immigrants from Russia and Ukraine in Israel. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 36(1), 83-99.
 

Tartakovsky, E., & Hamama, L. (2012). Mothers of children infected with HIV: How mothers' cognitive coping strategies are related to their psychological distress and acceptance of their children. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 36(6), 681-684.
 

Tartakovsky, E., & Mezhibovsky, S. (2012). Immigrant victims of domestic violence: a comparison between immigrant women from the former Soviet Union in Israel and Israeli-born women. Journal of Family Violence, 27(6), 561-572.
 

Walsh, S. D., & Tartakovsky, E. (equal authorship) (2012). The mother and the motherland: internal representations of the mother and the country, and their connections with psychological adjustment in immigrant and non-immigrant adolescents. Attachment and Human Development, 14(2), 185-204.
 

 

BOOKS

Tartakovsky, E. (Ed.) (2013). Immigration: policies, challenges, and impact. Hauppauge, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers.
 

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Tartakovsky, E. (2013). Global immigration processes and their impact on immigrants and host societies (pp. xi-xiv). In E. Tartakovsky (Ed.), Immigration: policies, challenges and impact. Hauppauge, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers.
 

Tartakovsky, E. (2013). Cultural identities of immigrants: their formation in the pre-migration period and their transformation during adjustment to the host country (pp. 231-254). In E. Tartakovsky (Ed.), Immigration: policies, challenges and impact. Hauppauge, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers.
 

Tartakovsky, E. (2012). National identity. In R. J. R. Levesque (Ed.), Encyclopedia of adolescence (pp. 1849-1862). Springer. 
 

 

 

 

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