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by Barry A. Kosmin,Jeffrey Scheckner,Ariela Keysar

eBook The Next Generation: Jewish Children and Adolescents (SUNY series in American Jewish Society in the 1990s) download ISBN: 0791445445
Author: Barry A. Kosmin,Jeffrey Scheckner,Ariela Keysar
Publisher: SUNY Press (May 26, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 170
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Category: Political
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Focusing on the more than one million Jewish children and adolescents living in the United States, this book questions the future of the Jewish community's next generation.

Focusing on the more than one million Jewish children and adolescents living in the United States, this book questions the future of the Jewish community's next generation. ISBN13:9780791445440. Release Date:May 2000.

Next Generation book. The Next Generation: Jewish Children and Adolescents (Suny Series in American Jewish Society in the 1990s). 0791445445 (ISBN13: 9780791445440).

The Next Generation: Jewish Children and Adolescents Ariela Keysar .

Children are the key to the future and continuity of any social, religious or ethnic group. A recent study shows that in families with a Jewish and a non-Jewish parent, only 31 percent of children are raised Jewish; only 24 percent of children living in a single-parent household have received any Jewish education; and only about half of all Jewish children today live with two Jewish parents.

Whereas only 21% of the Core Jewish population of all ages lives in the .

Whereas only 21% of the Core Jewish population of all ages lives in the western United States, 27% of those under 18 do (Keysar et a. 2000). A major contribution to our understanding of Jewish youth is Keysar et a. s (2000) extraction of demographic and sociological findings about children and adolescents from the 1990 NJPS data. Being A Jewish Teenager in America: Trying to Make It. Article. Results illustrate how embedded Jewish adolescents are in their American context.

The decline of the nuclear family and in particular of American Jewish birth rates

Series: SUNY series in American Jewish Society in the 1990s. The decline of the nuclear family and in particular of American Jewish birth rates. Because Conservative synagogues have been heavily family-oriented, this trend has hit Conservative congregations hard. The dying-off of the World War II generation, which tended to favor Conservative Judaism because it was more similar to Old World classical Judaism than Reform, but less demanding than Orthodoxy. 2 people found this helpful.

The next generation: Jewish children and adolescents. Kosmin, Barry A. 1997. My hero: Insights into Jewish education. In Jewish identity and religious commitment: The North American study of conservative synagogues and their members, 1995–96, ed. Jack Wertheimer, 12–14. Keysar, Ariela, and Barry A. Kosmin. North American Conservative Jewish teenagers’ attachment to Israel. London: JP. oogle Scholar. New York: The Jewish Theological Seminary. Kosmin, Barry . and Ariela Keysar.

The authors probe topics that have crucial policy implications for dealing with the new conditions of the American Jewish populace including the demographic and social characteristics of American Jewish children; the effect on children's socialization due to differences in parental religious background; the role of household composition and family structure on the way Jewish children are raised; the impact of children o. Drawing on the 1990 National Jewish population survey, this book questions the future of the Jewish Community's next generation and looks at demographic projections for the younger Jewish population.

The American Jewish Year Book (AJYB) has been published since 1899. Publication was initiated by the Jewish Publication Society (JPS). From 1950 through 1993, the two organizations were co-publishers, and from 1994 to 2008 AJC became the sole publisher. From 2012 to the present, Springer has published the Year Book as an academic publication

Moroccan Jewish students relocated to Canada via HIAS aid pose for a photo in their new day school, 1978. From Collection I-363.

Moroccan Jewish students relocated to Canada via HIAS aid pose for a photo in their new day school, 1978. We here at AJHS hope you all had a happy and productive first week back at school!

Focusing on the more than one million Jewish children and adolescents living in the United States, this book questions the future of the Jewish community's next generation.