NJPS


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NJPSNational Jewish Population Survey
NJPSNew Jewish Publication Society (Bible version)
NJPSNew Jersey Paleontological Society
NJPSNew Jersey Powerslop (band)
NJPSNew Jersey Poetry Society
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In particular, it is clear that there are many more Jews under 55 years of age, including a significantly larger proportion of children and young adults, than NJPS indicated.
As part of their study of the American Jewish population, Professor Saxe and his team of SSRI researchers reanalyzed NJPS data from 1990 and 2000, as well as conducted a synthesis of data collected from nearly three dozen government and foundation-funded studies on a wide range of topics that included questions on religious, ethnic, and cultural identity.
As for the JSB itself, it serves the NJPS very well, though in interesting ways.
The data is consonant with other research conducted on the NJPS base and conclusions drawn by lay and professional community leaders and policy makers observing trends in the American Jewish community.
These are troubling statistics, and the publication of the results of the 2000 NJPS will either confirm or disconfirm these projections.
After noting that NJPS has "your pangs in childbirth" and Stern, "your pains of pregnancy" (Gen.
NJPS provides power to Uttrakhand, Jammu and Kashimr, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh.
Key demographic findings from NJPS 2000-01, some of which were previewed last October, include an estimated Jewish population of 5.
Researchers for NJPS 2000-01 employed a definition of intermarriage as "the marriage of someone who is Jewish to someone who is non-Jewish at the time of the survey.
Waxman, a professor of sociology and Jewish studies at Rutgers and one of the more canny observers of American Jewish life, draws on the data from the 1990 NJPS on baby-boomers--Jews between 26 and 44 years of age at the time of the NJPS data collection.
In Part II, Uzi Rebhun, Sergio DellaPergola, and Mark Tolts, using NJPS 1990 and other sources, project the U.
Like the NJPS translators, the revising translators sought "to render the Hebrew text as they believed the original author of that text meant it to be understood" (TAMC Revised, xxviii).