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Expanding the Scope of American Jewish Education

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Publication Date: January 1988

Publisher(s): Conference of Jewish Communal Service (U.S.)

Author(s): Sylvia Barak Fishman

Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive

Topic: Culture and religion (Religion and religious groups)
Education (Education)

Keywords: Demography; American Jews; Jewish education

Type: Report

Coverage: New Jersey Maryland New York Massachusetts

Abstract:

In Jewish Population Studies 16 (Papers in Jewish Demography, 1981), 239-256. The objective of this paper is to explore one of the mechanisms involved in American Jewish fertility that has not yet been examined in any depth: contraceptive usage. The author asks the following key questions in this article: what are the variations in the type of contraception used among American women? And to what extent are differences between Jewish and non-Jewish contraceptive usage related to socio-economic factors or to other uniquely Jewish characteristics?