Decentering the Study of Jewish Identity: Opening the Dialogue with Other Religious Groups

By Debra Kaufman, Harriet Hartman

Association for the Sociology of Religion, 2006

In: Sociology of Religion 67/4, 365-385. This article focuses on Jewish identity as a way of raising questions about the relationship between religiosity and ethnicity; the dialectical nature of assimilation; and the methodological implications raised by defining identity subjectively or objectively for both qualitative and quantitative research.

Topic: Scholarship, Identity Formation, Academic Research

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Genre: Report

Coverage: World

Language: English

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Kaufman, Debra. Hartman, Harriet. Decentering the Study of Jewish Identity: Opening the Dialogue with Other Religious Groups. Association for the Sociology of Religion. 2006: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=138


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