Intermarriage, Divorce, and Remarriage Among American Jews, 1982-87

Sponsor(s): North American Jewish Data Bank

Principal Investigator(s): Barry A. Kosmin, Nava Lerer, Egon Mayer

Study Dates: August 1989

Key Findings:

The authors examined marital histories of 6,457 ever married, never widowed, Jewish adults from nine cities around the United States. They tried to determine the extent of intermarriage, divorce, and intermarriage upon remarriage, as well as their possible causal relationship with seven social-demographic factors.

Language: English


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