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Promoting Jewish Intramarriage Through Increased Social Interaction

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Publication Date: January 1994

Publisher(s): JCC Association

Author(s): Jay Levenberg; Edward Kagen

Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive

Topic: Culture and religion (Religion and religious groups)
Social conditions (Marriage and family life)

Keywords: Intermarriage; Demography; Jewish Continuity; Social Planning

Type: Report

Coverage: Ohio


The authors report results of a Cleveland area study designed to better understand the general factors that contribute to the high rate of intermarriage among Jewish singles, and to develop community and programmatic responses that can foster increased social interaction with the objective of promoting intramarriage. Please note: this document contains errors resulting from conversion from one digital file type to another.