Affiliation and nonaffiliation in the United States Jewish community
Publication Date: January 1978
Publisher(s): American Jewish Committee
Author(s): Fred Massarik
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: American Jews; Jewish identification
Coverage: United States
The paper proposes a series of ten major socio-ideological types in the United States Jewish population. A thorough understanding of the U.S. Jewish population and the application of this understanding to planning for Jewish survival will be enhanced by a systematic consideration of the distinct varieties of Jewishness currently found in the U.S.