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The Jews in Canada - Robert J. Brym

The Jews in Canada

By: Robert J. Brym (Editor), William Shaffir (Editor), Morton Weinfeld (Editor)

Paperback Published: 25th March 1993
ISBN: 9780195408294
Number Of Pages: 447

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This work contains much of the best new research on Canadian-Jewish society, politics, and history by leading scholars in these areas. By examining the achievement of the community and the challenges it faces, this clarifies not only the evolution of Jewish people, but the evolution of ethnicity in Canadian society. The authors compare and contrast modern Canadian Jewry with their own past and their counterparts in the United States. They explore the sources for similarities and differences. The book also studies the sources and dimensions of the challenges that the Canadian Jewish community faces in attempt to survive the exigencies of modern life.

Canadian Jews in Comparative Perspective
The Contours of Canadian Jewish History
The Rise and Decline of Canadian Jewry?
An Overview of the Canadian Jewish Community
The Swastika as Dramatic Symbol: A Case-Study of Ethnic Violence in Canada
Hate on Trial: The Zundel Affair, The Media, Public Opinion in Canada
The Distribution of Anti-Semitism in Canada in 1984
Separation from the Mainstream in Canada: The Hassidic Community of Tash,
Reflections on Jewish Polity and Jewish Education
Yiddish in Canada: Picture and Prospects, Leo Davids Intercommunal Relations
The Jews of Quebec: An Overview
Jewish-Ukrainian Relations in Canada since World War II and the Emergence of the Nazi War Criminal Issue
The Ethnic Sub-Economy: Explication and Analysis of a Case Study in the Jews of Montreal
Anomie, Opportunity, and the Density of Ethnic Ties: Another View of Jewish Outmarriage in Canada
Introduction, Robert J. Brym
The Canadian Jewish Polity: Power and Leadership in the Jewish Community
Left or Centre? The Canadian Jewish Electorate, 1953-1983
Continuity and Criticism: North American Jews and Israel, David Taras and Morton Weinfeld The Family and the Changing Role of Jewish Women
Marital Status and Fertility Among Sub-Groups of Canadian Jews
If I Cannot Dance to It, It's Not my Revolution: Jewish Feminism in Canada Today
Aging in the Family Context: Are Jewish Families Different?, Carolyn Rosenthal Minorities
Jewish Survival in Small Communities in Canada
The Persistence of Invisible Poverty Among Jews in Canada
Sephardim and Ashkenazim in Montreal
Soviet Jewish Emigres in Toronto: Ethnic Self-Identity and Issues of Integration
Aliyah and Return Migration of Canadian Jews: Personal Accounts of Incentives and of Disappointed Hopes
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ISBN: 9780195408294
ISBN-10: 0195408292
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 447
Published: 25th March 1993
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Canada
Country of Publication: CA
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 15.0  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.61