The Jewish Woman in Contemporary Society: Transitions and Traditions
Across the religious/non-religious spectrum, Jewish women have been affected by the women's movement, the impact on some leading to a reassessment of the woman's role in Judaism, with its emphasis on family and home. Conversely, a small but significant minority have withdrawn into the safety of extreme Orthodoxy. In the centre, the majority are seeking a balance between the powerful internalized message of Judaism, extolling marriage and motherhood as woman's primary concern, and a changing perception of themselves.
The Jewish Woman in Contemporary Society: Transitions and Traditions. . 1993: https://archive.jpr.org.uk/10.1057/9780230375819