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By Arnold Dashefsky, Ira Sheskin

ISBN-10: 3319096222

ISBN-13: 9783319096223

ISBN-10: 3319096230

ISBN-13: 9783319096230

This booklet, in its 114th 12 months, offers perception into significant tendencies within the North American Jewish groups, analyzing the lately accomplished Pew record (A Portrait of Jewish American), gender in American Jewish lifestyles, nationwide and Jewish communal affairs and the united states and global Jewish inhabitants. It additionally acts as a massive source with lists of Jewish associations, Jewish periodicals and educational assets in addition to Jewish honorees, obituaries and significant contemporary occasions. it may end up precious to social scientists and historians of the yankee Jewish group, Jewish communal employees and the clicking, between others.

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If national studies like Pew continue to inspire funders to contribute their dollars to Jewish communal initiatives, then we should commission more studies. Those dollars may or may not affect the trends surrounding marriage and identification, but they will certainly connect Jews to each other and enable them to live a more meaningful Jewish life—two goals that survivalists and people like me can agree are good for the Jews. , and Ari Y. Kelman. 2005. Cultural events and Jewish identities: Young adult Jews in New York.

So do I tell my students that they will never use the Pew study in their work as Jewish nonprofit professionals? Not at all. I tell them that it can be very useful in offering evidence for a particular perspective, especially in writing grant applications. Starting the day after the Pew study was released, I began to notice Jewish organizations using Pew’s findings to appeal for funding or to otherwise strengthen the case for the work they were doing. Some, like the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, decried the “crisis” of assimilation and asked readers to join them in their work of countering the trends found by the Pew study.

According to Pew, the Orthodox constitute 10 % of all Jewish adults, but 27 % of all Jewish children, and 35 % of all Jewish children under age 5. Moreover, of all Jews who inmarried during 2005–2013, 53 % are Orthodox. That is, while Orthodox Jews constitute just one-tenth of the adult Jewish population, they constitute a majority of the recently inmarrying Jews. In sum, low Jewish birthrates combined with high rates of intermarriage are producing fewer non-Orthodox Jews and among them, significantly fewer Jews with moderate-to-advanced education and cultural skills to allow for knowledgeable participation and leadership in Jewish life.

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