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World Jewish Population, 2012
World Jewish population is estimated at about 13.7 million at the beginning of 2012. Any increase over the preceding year was due to natural increase in Israel. The aggregate of other countriesExpand
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World Jewish Population, 2015
This chapter examines the size, geographic distribution and selected characteristics of the Jewish population in the world at the beginning of 2015. The total of world Jewry was assessed at 14.3Expand
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The world system of Jewish migration in historical perspective
This article examines the main tendencies of international Jewish migration during the last century. An [effort has been made] to reconstruct the global volume of these migrations from all departureExpand
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Population Change and Political Transitions Demography in Israel / Palestine : Trends , Prospects , Policy Implications
Background Population variables and processes are intimately and crucially related to the past, present and future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This paper reviews some of the main demographicExpand
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How Many Jews in the United States? The Demographic Perspective
This article reconstructs the size of US Jewry between 1945 and 2010, looking ahead to 2020, not as a goal as such but as a sensitive indicator of a deeper and broader configuration of demographic,Expand
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Distancing, Yet One
In the debate about whether distancing has occurred between American Jewry and Israel one of the two sides is more convincing than the other, but both sides focus on samples of the more identifiedExpand
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Between science and fiction: notes on the demography of the Holocaust.
The quantitative effects of the Holocaust have been the subject of much discussion and speculation, but rarely have they been seriously scrutinized using demographic methods. The first part of thisExpand
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Jews in the European Community: Sociodemographic Trends and Challenges
/ \ T MIDNIGHT OF DECEMBER 31, 1992, the European Community moved one important step ahead in bringing about the economic integration of 12 Western European countries (EC-12): Belgium, Denmark,Expand
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"Sepharadic and Oriental" Jews in Israel and Western countries: Migration, Social Change, and Identification
In the course of the 20th century, the longstanding presence of Jews in North Africa and the Middle East came virtually to an end. In an extraordinary exodus, sometimes under very stressfulExpand
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