Publication Date: January 1980
Publisher: Institute of Contemporary Jewry
Author(s): Dov Lazerwitz
Research Area: Population and demographics; Social conditions
Keywords: Jewish Continuity; Family; Marriage
Coverage: United States
Using data from the 1970-71 National Jewish Population Study, the paper examines how much intermarriage has taken place in the American Jewish community and what short range projections can be made about the intermarriage rate.
In Jewish Population Studies 12 (Papers in Jewish Demography, 1977), 103-114.
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