Publication Date: January 1989
Publisher: Institute of Contemporary Jewry
Author(s): Leo Davids
Research Area: Culture and religion; Social conditions
Keywords: Demography; Fertility; Religious Denominations
Most work indicates that Canadian Jews as a collective moved toward negative population growth earlier than the general populations of the United States and Canada. This paper looks at variations among different sub-groups of Jews and finds that Canadian Jewry is not homogeneous in the marriage and birth areas: the ultra-Orthodox and the Francophone Sephardic groups show positive population growth.
In Jewish Population Studies 19 (Papers in Jewish Demography, 1985), 311-323.
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