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Contemporary Jewry

, 9:87 | Cite as

Trends in national jewish identification indicators: 1971–1985

  • Bernard Lazerwitz
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Jewish Community Jewish Population Contemporary JEWRY Jewish Education National Jewish Population Survey 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bernard Lazerwitz
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  1. 1.Bar-Ilan UniversityIsrael

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