The Impact of Jewish Population Density On Jewish Involvement and Identification: A Comparison of Two Jewish Communities

By: Nathanson,Daniel Hess & Jacobs,Jerry Solomon

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The 2 communities, are, one with a highly dense Jewish population, Beverlywood, in Los Angeles & the other with low Jewish population density, Covina/West Covina in the San Gabriel Valley. A research project presented to the faculty of the school of Social work of the Univ of Southern Calif in cooperation with Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of social work.

Title: The Impact of Jewish Population Density On Jewish Involvement and Identification: A Comparison of Two Jewish Communities

Author: Nathanson,Daniel Hess & Jacobs,Jerry Solomon

Categories: Los Angeles, California, Thesis, Beverlywood, Covina,

Comments: Typewritten, semi-bound with paper covers. Biblio.

Publisher: CA, 1975

Pages: 144

Book Condition: Very good-

Size: 4to

Item #: 000040

Keywords: California Thesis Los Angeles Beverlywood Covina Judaica