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Are Jews More Polarised In Their Social Attitudes Than Non-Jews? Empirical Evidence From The 1995 JPR Study

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57(1-2)

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70-76

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Are Jews More Polarised In Their Social Attitudes Than Non-Jews? Empirical Evidence From The 1995 JPR Study

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Miller, Stephen H. Are Jews More Polarised In Their Social Attitudes Than Non-Jews? Empirical Evidence From The 1995 JPR Study. The Jewish Journal of Sociology. 2015: 70-76.  https://archive.jpr.org.uk/object-jjs109