Ethnicity, Religion and Demographic Change in Russia: Russians, Tatars and Jews

By Mark Tolts

European Population Conference, September 1995

This paper is the first to compare ethnicity, religion and demographic change among Jews, Russians and Tatars in Russia proper. These three groups were chosen specifically because they represent distinctive religions, as well as greatly differing ethnic backgrounds and cultures. The demographic transition of these three very different ethnic groups was studied for a period of over one hundred years. Ample Russian demographic statistics by ethnic group provided a good basis for such analysis.

Topic: Russian Jews, Soviet Jewry, Ethnicity, Demography, Religion

Name of Publication: Paper presented at the European Population Conference (Milan, 4-8 September 1995)

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Genre: Conference Presentation

Coverage: Former Soviet Union (FSU) , Russia

Language: English

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Tolts, Mark. Ethnicity, Religion and Demographic Change in Russia: Russians, Tatars and Jews. Paper presented at the European Population Conference (Milan, 4-8 September 1995). European Population Conference. September 1995: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13548


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