By Peter Y. Medding
How has the Jewish kin replaced over the process the 20 th century? How has it remained a similar? How do Jewish households see themselves--historically, socially, politically, and economically--and how may they prefer to be visible by way of others?
This booklet, the fourteenth quantity of Oxford's across the world acclaimed Studies in modern Jewry sequence, offers quite a few views on Jewish households dealing with lifestyles and loss of life within the 20th century. The publication is made out of symposium papers, essays, and overview articles of works released on such primary matters because the Holocaust, antisemitism, genocide, background, literature, the humanities, faith, schooling, Zionism, Israel, and the center East.
Published every year via the Avraham Harman Institute of latest Jewry on the Hebrew college of Jerusalem, the Studies in modern Jewry sequence beneficial properties present scholarship within the type of symposia, articles, and e-book experiences via wonderful specialists of Jewish experiences from schools and universities around the globe. every one quantity additionally features a record of contemporary dissertations. Volume XIV: dealing with lifestyles and dying: Jewish households within the 20th Century will entice all scholars and students of the sociocultural heritage of the Jewish humans, particularly these drawn to the character of Jewish intermarriage and/or kinfolk existence, the altering destiny of the Orthodox Jewish relatives, the various yet common Americanization of the Jewish kinfolk, and related concerns.
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Paley clearly wanted the young American adult readers of the newspaper to understand that Jewish life depended on Jewish marriage. Neither a socialist nor a Zionist, the author thought that the future was secure in the hands of Jews who married one another. He need not have worried. In 1921, in one of the largest studies of interethnic marriage undertaken in the United States, Julius Drachsler discovered that in New York between 1908 and 1912, little more than three percent of New York's second-generation Russian (mostly East European) Jews intermarried.
Edelman wrote: "I used to dream of running away from our little town and from my severe father and coming to the free world called America. "4 She was able to immigrate simply because she convinced her father that a ship's fare would liberate him from the burden of marrying off another daughter without a dowry. Once in America, she recounted the nightly fantasy that buoyed her spirits and allowed her to escape her loneliness and isolation as a new immigrant to the United States: At night I used to cry.
The two sources of attachment, however, are clearly related to one Table 2. Patterns of Personal Involvement in a National or Ethnic Group Types of orientation to the group Sources of attachment to the group Sentimental (perception of the group as representative of personal identity) Instrumental (perception of the group as meeting personal needs and interests) Rule orientation (compliance with group rules) Role orientation (identification with group roles) Value orientation (internalization of group values) Acceptance of the group's authority to define membership Emotional involvement in role of group member Commitment to the group's traditions and defining values Acceptance of rules and regulations governing member interaction Entanglement in social roles mediated by the group Commitment to the group's institutional arrangements and operating values Source: Herbert C.
Coping with Life and Death: Jewish Families in the Twentieth Century by Peter Y. Medding