By Ari Rebhun
It is a thorough research of Israelis who stay within the usa tracing their social and monetary mobility, their integration into the neighborhood Jewish neighborhood, in addition to their attachment to their domestic nation.
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7 percent) in 2000 (CBS, Statistical Abstract of Israel, relevant years). The share of Israel-born among Israelis in the United States increased perceptibly in the first decade of the study, 1980–1990, and much less vigorously afterwards. The recent change in the profile of American Israelis by country of origin—Israel or other location—is related, as we show below, to the great wave of immigration from the former Soviet Union in the 1990s, which, like every mass migration, was accompanied by re-migration to a third country, the United States in this case.
Following the rule of every social phenomenon, the more Israelis who emigrated to the United States, the more legitimate this behavior became and the more emulators it had. Others were attracted to friends and relatives who could serve them as a framework of support and assistance, at least in the initial stages of acculturation in the new country. Below we examine the chronology of Israeli emigration to the United States in an attempt to link trends in the extent of this emigration with events in Israel and the United States, and how these fluctuations in emigration vary among subgroups of foreign-born versus Israel-born Israelis and, among the former, by major continents of origin.
For the most part, they live in places where conditions do not force them to emigrate; nevertheless, they emigrate if better opportunities present themselves and if they consider an alternative place of residence advantageous. , a response to adverse factors in the place of origin. These factors, such as an economic slump or an increase in unemployment, have a stronger effect on people in low socioeconomic strata (Lee, 1966). As a rule, the decision to emigrate, or alternatively to ‘stay put’, is made after weighing the balance of positive and negative factors in areas of origin and destination, considering the intervening obstacles of various kinds, and taking into account the expected cost-benefit outcome of emigration, especially in terms of monetary reward (Borjas, 1988; Sjaastad, 1962); “as in other voluntary processes involving social and demographic change .
American Israelis by Ari Rebhun