Ethnic origin and identity in the Jewish population of Israel*

  title={Ethnic origin and identity in the Jewish population of Israel*},
  author={Noah Lewin-Epstein and Yinon Cohen},
  journal={Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies},
  pages={2118 - 2137}
ABSTRACT The paper addresses the multifaceted quality of ethnicity in the Jewish population of Israel by probing into the ethnic categories and their subjective meaning. The analyses utilise data collected during 2015–2016 on a representative sample of Israelis age 15 and older, as part of the seventh and eighth rounds of the European Social Survey (ESS). Hypotheses are developed concerning the relationship between demographically based ethnic origin and national identity, as well as the effect… 
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