On Sampling, Evidence and Theory: Concluding Remarks on the Distancing Debate
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This paper is a summary and discussion of articles contributed to Contemporary Jewry's special issue (vol 30, issues 2/3) on trends in American Jewish attachment to Israel.
- Cohen, Steven M, Eisen, Arnold M (2000) The Jew within. Indiana University Press, Bloomington
- Cohen, Steven M, Kelman, Ari Y (2007) Beyond distancing: Young adult American Jews and their alienation from Israel. Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies, New York
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- Perlmann, Joel. 2009. Secularists and those of no religion: ‘It’s the sociology, stupid (not the theology). Contemporary Jewry 29.
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- Sasson, Theodore (2009) The new realism: American Jewish views about Israel. American Jewish Committee, New York
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- Sasson, Theodore, and Ephraim Tabory. 2010. Converging political cultures: How globalization is shaping the discourses of Israeli and American Jews. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 16: 1.
- Sasson, Theodore, David Mittelberg, Shahar Hecht, and Leonard Saxe. 2010. Guest-host encounters in diaspora-heritage tourism: The Taglit-Birthright Israel Mifgash. Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education: An Interdisciplinary Journal 5: 2.
- Saxe, Leonard, Chazan, Barry (2008) Ten days of Birthright Israel. University Press of New England, Hanover, NH
- Saxe, Leonard, Tighe, Elizabeth, Phillips, Benjamin, Kadushin, Charles (2007) Reconsidering the size and characteristics of the American Jewish population. Maurice and Marilyn Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies, Waltham, MA
- Seliktar, Ofira (2002) Divided we stand: America Jews, Israel, and the peace process. Praeger, Westport, CT
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- On Sampling, Evidence and Theory: Concluding Remarks on the Distancing Debate
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