Building Resilient Jewish Communities

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Show simple item record Krasner Aronson, Janet Boxer, Matthew Brookner, Matthew A. Magidin de Kramer, Raquel Saxe, Leonard 2020-09-02T13:06:56Z 2020-09-02T13:06:56Z 2020-08
dc.description.abstract These reports, presentations, and survey instruments are part of the Building Resilient Jewish Communities Project. The project surveyed 15,000 respondents in 10 different Jewish communities about their experiences during the first three months of the pandemic (May-July 2020). The surveys were designed to assess the experiences of Jewish households during the coronavirus crisis. The study examined the ways in which the pandemic affected the lives of community members, including their social and emotional health, their economic well-being, job stress, and relationship with Jewish institutions. The study was designed to provide timely information that Jewish organizations can use to more effectively meet the needs of their community members.
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dc.rights (c) 2020 Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies, Brandeis University
dc.subject COVID-19
dc.subject Jewish community study
dc.title Building Resilient Jewish Communities
dc.type Other

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