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The Geographic Expansion of Jewish Communities and Its Implication for Social Cohension and Community Organization

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Publication Date: January 1992

Publisher(s): Institute of Contemporary Jewry

Author(s): Stanley Waterman

Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive

Topic: Population and demographics (Ethnic and racial groups)

Keywords: British Jews; Identity formation; Residential mobility

Type: Report

Coverage: Great Britain

Abstract:

In Jewish Population Studies (World Jewish Population: Trends and Policies) 23, 106-111.This paper describes the process of mapping Jewish residential concentrations. The authors were able to narrow down this process to individual streets. The major questions in play is: what do these maps of Jews as a proportion of the total population tell us about Jewish residential concentration and segregation within the general population? The subsequent analysis of the 1981 Census data was carried out for the Jewish concentrations in London's northwestern Borough of Barnet.