By Chaim I Waxman
This e-book seriously analyzes American Jewish child boomers, targeting the results in their Jewish identification and id for the collective American Jewish group. using info acquired from the 1990 nationwide Jewish inhabitants Survey, the publication starts with a demographic portrait of yankee Jewish child boomers. knowing that the United States s Jews are either a non secular and ethnic workforce, a comparability is made with Protestant and Catholic child boomers, in addition to different ethnic teams. The spiritual styles of the Jewish child boomers and their ethnic styles are tested in-depth, and positioned in the greater contexts of the trendy or post-modern personality of faith and ethnicity. The e-book s huge presentation of designated quantitative facts is constantly complemented through qualitative examinations in their communal implications for Jewish continuity and the geared up American Jewish community."
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