Publication Date: September 1976
Publisher: Jewish Communal Service Association of North America
Author(s): Charles Miller
Research Area: Culture and religion
Keywords: Jewish Organizations; Organizational Development; International Relations; Allocations
Coverage: United States
The author asserts that significant changes are taking place in the ways federations conceive of their role and responsibilities in relation to local services. He contends that these changes constitute a basic shift in federation thinking and subsequently have far-reaching effects on the nature and scope of Jewish communal services in the future. The author attributes this transition to two major forces: the influx of financial institutions in the United States and the continued perpetuation of humanitarian issues in the Middle East and Northern Africa.
In Journal of Jewish Communal Service, ed. by Sanford Sherman, v.53, no.1, September 1976, p.15-20.