Conservative Jewry: A Sociodemographic Overview

By Sidney Goldstein, Alice Goldstein

Rutgers University Press, 2000

Using data from the 1990 National Jewish Population Survey (NJPS-1990), supplemented by local community surveys undertaken in the 1980s, authors provide a profile of persons who identify themselves as Conservative Jews in the United States. The chapter delineates their sociodemographic composition, examine some of their religious/ritual behavior and beliefs, and assess the trends in movement into and out of Conservativism.

Topic: Demography, Religious Denominations

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Goldstein, Sidney. Goldstein, Alice. Conservative Jewry: A Sociodemographic Overview. Rutgers University Press. 2000:


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