Publication Date: February 2005
Author(s): Miriam Rieger; Laurence A. Kotler-Berkowitz
Research Area: Social conditions
Keywords: Demography; Volunteerism; American Jews
Coverage: United States
This report uses data from the NJPS 2000-01 to examine who volunteers for Jewish and non-Jewish organizations and who has the highest relative likelihood of engaging in Jewish rather than non-Jewish volunteerism. More specifically, it looks at how Jewish and non-Jewish volunteerism vary by critical demographic factors and Jewish connections.
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