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The American Jewish Experience
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Greene, Dana Greene. 2010. “The American Jewish Experience”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


What does it mean to be Jewish in the United States today? Is there a difference between being Jewish American or an American Jew in today’s multicultural US society? Are those who claim to be Jewish referring to religion, race, or ethnicity? Who is Jewish? Who is a Jew? Who defines who is Jewish and who is not? How has this definition evolved in...

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Racial and Ethnic Relations
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College 200

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