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Gender and American Jews : Patterns in Work, Education, and Family in Contemporary Life

By: Hartman, Harriet.
Contributor(s): Hartman, Moshe.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.HBI Series on Jewish Women: Publisher: Lebanon : Brandeis University Press, 2012Description: 1 online resource (313 p.).ISBN: 9781584658276.Subject(s): Jewish family - United States | Jewish women - United States | Jews -- United States -- Social conditions | Sex role -- United States | Sexual division of labor - United States | Sexual division of labor -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Gender and American Jews : Patterns in Work, Education, and Family in Contemporary LifeDDC classification: 305.892/4073 | 305.8924073 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Title Page; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1 | An Introduction to Gender and American Jews and the Significance of the Inquiry; Part I | The Distinctiveness of Gendered Patterns of Secular Achievement among American Jews; 2 | Education Patterns: The Foundation of Family and Economic Roles; 3 | Family Patterns of American Jews; 4 | Labor Force Participation andOccupational Achievement; 5 | Dual-Earning Patterns of American Jews; Part II | Ways of Being Jewish and the Distinctive Secular Roles of American Jewish Women and Men; 6 | Gendered Patterns of Jewishness
7 | How Jewishness is Related to Family Patterns of American Jews8 | How Jewishness is Related to Gendered Patterns of Secular Achievement; 9 | How Jewishness is Related to American Jews' Dual-Earning Patterns; 10 | Intermarriage and Gendered Patterns of Secular Achievement; Part III | Conclusions; 11 | Conclusions and a Look to the Future; Appendix | Statistical Tables; Notes; References; Index
Summary: A much-anticipated sociological analysis of gender components in contemporary American Jewish life based on the most recent population data
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Title Page; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1 | An Introduction to Gender and American Jews and the Significance of the Inquiry; Part I | The Distinctiveness of Gendered Patterns of Secular Achievement among American Jews; 2 | Education Patterns: The Foundation of Family and Economic Roles; 3 | Family Patterns of American Jews; 4 | Labor Force Participation andOccupational Achievement; 5 | Dual-Earning Patterns of American Jews; Part II | Ways of Being Jewish and the Distinctive Secular Roles of American Jewish Women and Men; 6 | Gendered Patterns of Jewishness

7 | How Jewishness is Related to Family Patterns of American Jews8 | How Jewishness is Related to Gendered Patterns of Secular Achievement; 9 | How Jewishness is Related to American Jews' Dual-Earning Patterns; 10 | Intermarriage and Gendered Patterns of Secular Achievement; Part III | Conclusions; 11 | Conclusions and a Look to the Future; Appendix | Statistical Tables; Notes; References; Index

A much-anticipated sociological analysis of gender components in contemporary American Jewish life based on the most recent population data

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HARRIET HARTMAN is Professor of Sociology, Rowan University, and President of the Association for the Social Scientific Study of Jewry. MOSHE HARTMAN is a retired Professor of Sociology, Ben Gurion University of the Negev.

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