Publication Date: January 1970
Publisher: Institute of Contemporary Jewry
Author(s): Fred Massarik
Research Area: Population and demographics
Keywords: Demography; Academic research; Jewish continuity
Coverage: United States
The 1970 National Jewish Population Study (NJPS) by no means succeeded in conforming either to a presumably - prescribed neat model of induction or deduction, nor did it follow completely some 1-2-3 textbook sequence of fully-programmed successive survey design events. While it would be tempting to report its findings as outcomes of an elegantly reconstructed design, it may be useful instead to contrast the study's early concepts and later real-life circumstance, with a view to establishing an appropriate context for assessment of the study's quantitative and qualitative findings.
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