Jews in the U.S.: The Next Generation

By Steven M. Cohen

Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, November 1990

How do younger American Jews differ from their elders? To rabbis and other leaders in the organized Jewish community this question is not a matter of idle curiosity. Many are concerned about the very survival of Jews as a distinct American religious and ethnic group. Inevitably, visions of the future are entangled with assessments of the commitments of the next generation. In The Public Perspective: A Roper Center Review of Public Opinion and Polling, v.2 no.1, November/December 1990, p.9-10.

Topic: Youth, Identity Formation

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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