Guy Shani holds a doctorate from the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Tel Aviv University. He was a postdoctoral fellow at Bar-Ilan University and a member of a research group at the Van Leer Institute that developed critical thinking about current liberal discourse.
Guy’s research focuses on the life course of the middle class and the factors that shape social patterns and social identities within this group. Bringing together different theoretical traditions and building upon qualitative and quantitative methodologies, Guy compared the residential choices process of first-time home buyers among the middle class in Tel Aviv and Be’er Sheva. His work emphasizes the role of the local-urban context in shaping tastes and aesthetic preferences, attitudes toward diversity, and patterns of entering adulthood among the middle class in Tel Aviv and Beersheba. Guy’s findings have been published in leading journals, such as: Theory and Criticism, American Journal of Cultural Sociology, Current Sociology and Journal of Consumer Culture.
Guy’s work also received media attention – he was interviewed extensively for The-Marker newspaper and other media outlets, and published an article about the eastern middle class in the Haaretz Magazine.
Guy continues to study various social phenomena through a theoretical lens that focuses on the connection between society and place.
Research areas and interests: Middle-class ; Urban Studies ; Cultural Sociology ; Transition to Adulthood ; Sociology of Education
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