The Jewish Identity of Twenty to Thirty Year Old Israelis: A Comparison between Highly Committed and Average, Secular and Religious Israeli Jews

By Ezra Kopelowitz, Pablo Markin

Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI), October 2002

This chapter looks at how young Israeli Jews, between 20 and 30 years of age understand Zionism, the relationship between Israel and the Diaspora and their connection to the Jewish tradition. It maps the attitudes of the Jewish Agency shlichim and a control group of students at Ruppin College vis-a-vis different aspects of belonging to the Jewish people.

Topic: Diaspora Relations, Israel-Diaspora Relations, Jewish Identification, Informal Education

Name of Publication: The Question of "Success" in Contemporary Zionist Education: A Look at the Work of Short-Term Israeli Shlichim in the Diaspora

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Genre: Report

Coverage: Israel

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Kopelowitz, Ezra. Markin, Pablo. The Jewish Identity of Twenty to Thirty Year Old Israelis: A Comparison between Highly Committed and Average, Secular and Religious Israeli Jews. The Question of "Success" in Contemporary Zionist Education: A Look at the Work of Short-Term Israeli Shlichim in the Diaspora. Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI). October 2002: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=946


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