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Connections & Journeys: Assessing Critical Opportunities for Enhancing Jewish Identity
Principal Investigator(s): Bethamie Horowitz
Study Dates: Survey data on 1,504 Jewishly-connected adults conducted February - May 1998.
Report also includes data (including quotes) from 86 in-depth interviews conducted February-July 1996, and a series of focus groups conducted April and May 1997.
Survey data on 1,504 Jewish-connected adults ages 22-52 (American born) provides most of the quantitative data for the study. Additional insights derive from focus groups and in-depth interviews (86).
Sample Size: Data file is not weighted.
Variable names are keyed to the questionnaire.
Survey report initially released in 2000, but updated in 2003.
Appendix A compares the demographic characteristics of the survey sample from 1998 with a parallel sample from the 1991 New York Jewish Community Study (available at the Data Bank), for which Dr. Horowitz served as the Principal Investigator.
Survey questionnaire and marginals included in Appendix B in the report.
In-depth Interview Guide also included in Appendix B in the report.