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Jews on the Move: The New Wave of Jewish Migration and its Implications for Organized Jewry

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Publication Date: June 1982

Publisher(s): Jewish Communal Service Association of North America

Author(s): Daniel J. Elazar

Series: Journal of Jewish Communal Service, 58:4

Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive

Topic: Culture and religion (Religion and religious groups)
Population and demographics (Migrants and migration)

Keywords: Community Development; Demography; Residential Patterns

Type: Report

Coverage: United States

Abstract:

Beyond the basic institutions of congregation and community, each segment of the Jewish polity must develop its own institutions for each time and place. There is little question, for example, that the havurah which has developed in the United States in the last two decades is one institutional response to the needs of a migratory population, a means to create ties that go beyond the merely associational in an effort to provide surrogate familial links.

In Journal of Jewish Communal Service, 58:4.