Intermarriage: From A Casework Perspective

By Sanford Sherman, Bernard Kligfeld

UJA-Federation of New York, 1965

The intermarried family which comes to seek social services offered by community centers is presenting a problem in terms which are not related to the difference in religious origin or observance. This does not mean that religious differences are not a frequent arena of conflict in these families. The presenter stretches out psychological factors which may exist in a person who intermarries. He further portrays the nature of the casework with intermarried families.

Topic: Intermarriage, Social Services, Social Work, Social Issues, Family

Name of Publication: Conference on Intermarriage

Page Number(s): 115-136

Funder: Moe and Louis Mark of the Supreme Printing Co., Inc.

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Genre: Conference Presentation

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Sherman, Sanford. Kligfeld, Bernard. Intermarriage: From A Casework Perspective. Conference on Intermarriage. UJA-Federation of New York. 1965: 115-136.


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