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Israeli Jews in Greater New York: Their Numbers, Characteristics, and Patterns of Engagement
UJA-Federation of New York, March 2009
To date, no systematic effort has been undertaken to comprehend the Israeli population in the New York area. This study aims to provide fundamental and policy-relevant information on this important, poorly understood population segment. In particular, the authors chose to address three central research questions:
- How many Israeli Jews are there in New York?
- What is their socio-demographic profile? How do Israelis compare with their "American" counterparts?
- What do we know about their levels of Jewish engagement, and to what extent are they engaged in various aspects of Jewish life?
Coverage: New York
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Cohen, Steven M. Veinstein, Judith. Israeli Jews in Greater New York: Their Numbers, Characteristics, and Patterns of Engagement. UJA-Federation of New York. March 2009: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=3852
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