Intermarriage: The Impact and Lessons of Taglit‐Birthright Israel

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Show simple item record Saxe, Leonard Phillips, Benjamin Sasson, Theodore Hecht, Shahar Shain, Michelle Wright, Graham Kadushin, Charles 2010-12-13T18:54:09Z 2010-12-13T18:54:09Z 2010-11
dc.identifier.citation Original article is available at www.springerlink.com2010 en_US
dc.description.abstract The focus on Jewish continuity has shifted in the last two decades from concern with anti-semitism to anxiety over the threat of intermarriage and assimilation. This paper examines the impact of Taglit-Birthright Israel (Taglit) on intermarriage, conversion, and attitudes toward raising children as Jews. The study isolates Taglit's impact and compares Taglit's influence to other educational interventions and background characteristics. Taglit had a powerful effect on rates of inmarriage, as well as the motivation of parents to raise Jewish children. en_US
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dc.publisher Contemporary Jewry en_US
dc.rights (c) 2010 Springer en_US
dc.subject Intermarriage en_US
dc.title Intermarriage: The Impact and Lessons of Taglit‐Birthright Israel en
dc.type Article en_US

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