A thorough analysis of the religious and ethnic identification of America's Jewish baby boomers.
Illustrates how the American Conservative Movement in Judaism can continue to prosper amidst ideological and institutional challenges.
Focusing on the more than one million Jewish children and adolescents living in the United States, this book questions the future of the Jewish community's next generation.
Illustrates how some Jews have created a new, hybrid form of Judaism, merging American values and behaviors with those from historical Jewish traditions.
Illustrates how and why Jewish denominational preferences are more a matter of individual choice than family heritage.
Based on the 1990 National Jewish Population Survey, this book analyzes gender equality in education, labor force participation, and occupational achievement among American Jews, and offers a comparison with the wider American population and Israeli Jews.
Based on data from the 1990 National Jewish Population Survey, the authors examine the high level of mobility among American Jews and their increasing dispersion throughout the United States, and how ...