The View Along the Way: A Longitudinal Study of Jewish Lives
In 2011 we started following a cohort of 1,000 Jewish 11-year-olds as they entered Jewish and non-Jewish secondary schools in Britain. We were interested in finding out about their Jewish behaviors, attitudes and identity, milestones, and significant events. What follows in this article is an analysis of six family stories, which show how we have been charting change over time in three ways—through themes that develop within a single family over time, themes that develop across the sample of six families over time, and themes that resonate with all six families at one moment in time.
Jewish Schools Longitudinal Studies Schools: Non-Jewish Jewish Pupils Family and Household Main Topic: Other Narrative
Link to article (paywalled), The View Along the Way: A Longitudinal Study of Jewish Lives
The View Along the Way: A Longitudinal Study of Jewish Lives. 2021: 144-161. https://archive.jpr.org.uk/10.1080/15244113.2020.1854062