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The Resource Jewish youth around the world, 1990-2010 : social identity and values in a comparative approach, by Erik H. Cohen

Jewish youth around the world, 1990-2010 : social identity and values in a comparative approach, by Erik H. Cohen

Label
Jewish youth around the world, 1990-2010 : social identity and values in a comparative approach
Title
Jewish youth around the world, 1990-2010
Title remainder
social identity and values in a comparative approach
Statement of responsibility
by Erik H. Cohen
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
In Jewish Youth around the World 1990-2010, Erik Cohen offers a rich and multi-faceted picture of Jewish adolescents and young adults today. Based on numerous empirical studies it is pioneering in its international, comparative approach to the population
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Cohen, Erik,
Dewey number
305.2350892/40904
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Jewish Identities in a Changing World
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jewish youth
  • Jewish youth
  • Jewish youth
  • Jews
  • Group identity
  • Social values
Label
Jewish youth around the world, 1990-2010 : social identity and values in a comparative approach, by Erik H. Cohen
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • List of Tables; List of Figures; List of Graphs; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Introduction; 1 An International Analysis of Jewish Youth; 2 Empirical Surveys; 2.1 Israel Experience Tour Participants; 2.2 Taglit-Birthright Israel; 2.3 US Jewish Summer Campers and Counselors; 2.4 Bnei Akiva Youth Movement Members; 2.5 French Youth Movement Counselors; 2.6 Israeli State School Students; 2.7 Young Adults in Eastern Europe; 3 Data Analysis Techniques; 3.1 Similarity Structure Analysis; 3.2 Discriminant Coefficient; 4 Basic Demographics; 4.1 Immigration Patterns
  • 4.2 Current Geographic Distribution4.3 Acculturation; Chapter 1 Jewish Identity; 1 The Question of Identity; 2 Socio-Historical Context of Contemporary Jewish Identity; 2.1 Secularization and Religious Compartmentalization; 2.2 The Shoah; 2.3 Nationality and Transnationalism; 3 Identity in Adolescence; 4 Components of Jewish Identity: A Cognitive Understanding of Jewish Identity; 4.1 Most Prevalent Components; 4.2 Structural Relationships among Components of Identity; 5 Symbols of Jewish Identity; 5.1 Diaspora Youth-Israel Experience Participants; 5.2 Israeli General State School Students
  • Chapter 2 Leisure Time Activities1 Leisure and Social Identity; 1.1 Leisure in Adolescence; 1.2 Core and Peripheral Activities; 1.3 Leisure in Jewish Culture; 2 Leisure among Contemporary Jewish Youth; 2.1 Most Prevalent Activities; 2.2 Most Important Activities; 2.3 Differences by Nationality; 2.4 Change Over Time; 2.5 Early Adolescence vs. Young Adulthood; 2.6 Gender and Leisure; 2.7 Religiosity and Leisure; 2.8 Leisure and Ethnic Background; 3 Jewish Community and Culture; 3.1 Friends and Family; 3.2 Youth Movements and Organizations; 3.3 Community Participation
  • 4 Structural Analysis of Leisure Activities4.1 Israel Experience Participants: A Cross-Cultural Comparison; 4.2 Summer Camps: Differences by Denomination and Role; 4.3 Israeli General State School Students: National Identity and Leisure; 5 Conclusion: Jewish Social Identity Expressed in Leisure Time; Chapter 3 General Values among Jewish Youth; 1 Most Important Values; 1.1 Israel Experience Participants; 1.2 Bnei Akiva Members; 1.3 American Jewish Summer Camps: A Denominational Comparison; 1.4 Counselors and Campers: Impact of Age; 1.5 Israeli State School Students
  • 1.6 Jewish Young Adults in Eastern Europe2 Materialistic Values; 3 Academics; 4 Honoring Parents; 5 Altruistic Values; 6 Conclusion: Post-Materialistic Values and Jewish Identity; Chapter 4 Jewish Values; 1 Religious Values; 2 Endogamy; 3 Jewish Peoplehood; 3.1 Feeling Connected to the Jewish People; 3.2 Connection to World Jewry as a Component of Identity; 4 Conclusion: Reflections on Jewish Peoplehood as a Value; Chapter 5 The Holistic Organization of Values; 1 Typologies of Values; 2 Structure of Values among Israel Experience Participants
Control code
ocn891666896
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004278202
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)891666896
Label
Jewish youth around the world, 1990-2010 : social identity and values in a comparative approach, by Erik H. Cohen
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • List of Tables; List of Figures; List of Graphs; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Introduction; 1 An International Analysis of Jewish Youth; 2 Empirical Surveys; 2.1 Israel Experience Tour Participants; 2.2 Taglit-Birthright Israel; 2.3 US Jewish Summer Campers and Counselors; 2.4 Bnei Akiva Youth Movement Members; 2.5 French Youth Movement Counselors; 2.6 Israeli State School Students; 2.7 Young Adults in Eastern Europe; 3 Data Analysis Techniques; 3.1 Similarity Structure Analysis; 3.2 Discriminant Coefficient; 4 Basic Demographics; 4.1 Immigration Patterns
  • 4.2 Current Geographic Distribution4.3 Acculturation; Chapter 1 Jewish Identity; 1 The Question of Identity; 2 Socio-Historical Context of Contemporary Jewish Identity; 2.1 Secularization and Religious Compartmentalization; 2.2 The Shoah; 2.3 Nationality and Transnationalism; 3 Identity in Adolescence; 4 Components of Jewish Identity: A Cognitive Understanding of Jewish Identity; 4.1 Most Prevalent Components; 4.2 Structural Relationships among Components of Identity; 5 Symbols of Jewish Identity; 5.1 Diaspora Youth-Israel Experience Participants; 5.2 Israeli General State School Students
  • Chapter 2 Leisure Time Activities1 Leisure and Social Identity; 1.1 Leisure in Adolescence; 1.2 Core and Peripheral Activities; 1.3 Leisure in Jewish Culture; 2 Leisure among Contemporary Jewish Youth; 2.1 Most Prevalent Activities; 2.2 Most Important Activities; 2.3 Differences by Nationality; 2.4 Change Over Time; 2.5 Early Adolescence vs. Young Adulthood; 2.6 Gender and Leisure; 2.7 Religiosity and Leisure; 2.8 Leisure and Ethnic Background; 3 Jewish Community and Culture; 3.1 Friends and Family; 3.2 Youth Movements and Organizations; 3.3 Community Participation
  • 4 Structural Analysis of Leisure Activities4.1 Israel Experience Participants: A Cross-Cultural Comparison; 4.2 Summer Camps: Differences by Denomination and Role; 4.3 Israeli General State School Students: National Identity and Leisure; 5 Conclusion: Jewish Social Identity Expressed in Leisure Time; Chapter 3 General Values among Jewish Youth; 1 Most Important Values; 1.1 Israel Experience Participants; 1.2 Bnei Akiva Members; 1.3 American Jewish Summer Camps: A Denominational Comparison; 1.4 Counselors and Campers: Impact of Age; 1.5 Israeli State School Students
  • 1.6 Jewish Young Adults in Eastern Europe2 Materialistic Values; 3 Academics; 4 Honoring Parents; 5 Altruistic Values; 6 Conclusion: Post-Materialistic Values and Jewish Identity; Chapter 4 Jewish Values; 1 Religious Values; 2 Endogamy; 3 Jewish Peoplehood; 3.1 Feeling Connected to the Jewish People; 3.2 Connection to World Jewry as a Component of Identity; 4 Conclusion: Reflections on Jewish Peoplehood as a Value; Chapter 5 The Holistic Organization of Values; 1 Typologies of Values; 2 Structure of Values among Israel Experience Participants
Control code
ocn891666896
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004278202
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)891666896

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