Who are the immigrants that Israeli Jews prefer? : The interplay between reasons for migration, religion, and religiosity

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Raijman, Rebeca
Gorodzeisky, Anastasia
Semyonov, Moshe
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Comparative Migration Studies. Springer. 2024, 12, 32. ISSN 2214-8590. eISSN 2214-594X. Verfügbar unter: doi: 10.1186/s40878-024-00387-y
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This study focuses on the impact of three attributes of migrants – their reasons for migration, religion, and level of religiosity – on public support for allowing migrants to come and live in Israel. We rely on a factorial survey that was conducted in a representative sample of the Israeli Jewish population analyzing the assessments of 600 respondents of various vignettes (N = 3,595) of hypothetical migrants about admitting them to the country. The findings reveal that Israeli Jews do not evaluate all immigrant groups equally. Preferences for specific groups of migrants are primarily structured along two main attributes: religion and reasons for migration. The result is a hierarchical distinction between immigrants of Jewish ancestry and those who are non-Jewish. Jewish repatriates are perceived as “deserving migrants” who can make legitimate claims about belonging to the host society. As such, they enjoy an ethno-religious premium based on ancestral rights. By contrast, there is less support for the entry of non-Jewish migrants, whether asylum seekers or labor migrants, as their presence is viewed as a threat to the Jewish character of the state and the hegemony of the Jewish majority. The impact of the immigrants’ attributes on attitudes varies based on the level of religiosity of the Jewish population, especially in the case of non-Jewish migrants. Support is stronger in the case of secular respondents and much weaker among their more religious counterparts. The findings are discussed in light of existing theories.

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ISO 690RAIJMAN, Rebeca, Anastasia GORODZEISKY, Moshe SEMYONOV, Thomas HINZ, 2024. Who are the immigrants that Israeli Jews prefer? : The interplay between reasons for migration, religion, and religiosity. In: Comparative Migration Studies. Springer. 2024, 12, 32. ISSN 2214-8590. eISSN 2214-594X. Verfügbar unter: doi: 10.1186/s40878-024-00387-y
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  journal={Comparative Migration Studies},
  author={Raijman, Rebeca and Gorodzeisky, Anastasia and Semyonov, Moshe and Hinz, Thomas},
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