A Questionable Connection: Community Involvement and Attitudes to Intermarriage of Young American Jews

By Conference Organizing Committee

Maurice Freedman Research Trust Ltd., 1992

The assumption that increasing the involvement of young Jews in the community will lead to a decrease in intermarriage needs to be re-examined. Such attitudes may be dependent less on the number of hours spent in Jewish institutions and more on the philosophical leanings of the movement to which one is affiliated and on the attitudes of one's family. Family attitudes have much more importance than Jewish community educational programs on the values and beliefs of young people.

Topic: Intermarriage, Family, Demography

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Conference Organizing Committee, . A Questionable Connection: Community Involvement and Attitudes to Intermarriage of Young American Jews. Maurice Freedman Research Trust Ltd.. 1992: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=2699


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