Data Collection Problems and the Identification of Jewish Ethnic Community Patterns: A Reply
Waterman and Kosmin's critique fails to raise any substantially new issues as regards the identification of the spatial and residential patterns of the Anglo-Jewish community. The target population in question must be based on a 'community needs' criteria rather than demographic mass. In addition to ethnic institutions, the use of family names and the identification of 'mezuzot' (religious amulets) provide corroborative methods.
Data Collection Problems and the Identification of Jewish Ethnic Community Patterns: A Reply. 1987: 113-115. https://archive.jpr.org.uk/object-uk336