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Commmunity in Transition: A Preliminary Study of the Needs and Problems of Elderly Jews in Venice, California

By: Altschuler,Joanne

Price: $20.00

Publisher: CA, 1975

Edition: Typewritten in a semi-bound binder with paper covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000013

ISBN: 112


The purpose of this study is to begin the description of this sociologically significant, but overlooked, group of Jewish elderly. At the Israel Levin Senior Adult Center in Venice, CA. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the double degrees, Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Studies and Master of Social Work at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School in cooperation with University of Southern California School of... View more info

Remarriage After 65 Among Jewish Couples

By: Bailis,Ann

Price: $20.00

Publisher: CA, 1976

Edition: Typewritten in a semi-binding with soft cloth covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000011

ISBN: 144


At the California Home for the Aged. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service, at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School. View more info

Between Two Loves: The Effect of the Jewish Communal Field on the Worker and Family

By: Cushman,Edward Lee et al

Price: $20.00

Publisher: CA, 1979

Edition: Typewritten in a semi-bound binder with paper covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000025

ISBN: 94


The study focus on Jewish communal professionals who are working in Jewish Federations or Federation-related agencies in administrative or supervisory roles. A Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements for double degrees, Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Studies and Master of Social Work at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School in cooperation with University of Southern California School of Social Work. View more info

Orthodox Jews and Jewish Federation - Council Agencies: Interactions and Attitudes

By: Dubin,Deidre & Saxe,Ellen Ruby

Price: $18.00

Publisher: CA, HUC thesis: 1977

Edition: Typewritten in a semi-bound binder with paper covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000035

ISBN: 88


The study seeks to answer: How & in what ways do Orthodox Jews utilize Jewish Federation-Council agencies?; what is the nature of these interactions & how do they evaluate those contacts?; what are the attitudes of the Orthodox Jews towards these agencies? In Los Angeles County. A Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements ofthe requirements for the double degrees, Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service and Master of Social Work at Hebrew Union Colle... View more info

The Distinctive Features of Jewish Federation Work in Exurban Communities: Role, Process and Objectives

By: Feinstein,Wayne L

Price: $18.00

Publisher: CA, HUC thesis: 1978

Edition: Typewritten in a semi-binding with mylar covers. Sources consulted.

Item #: 000007

ISBN: 125


This study looks at the southern area of the San Francisco Peninsula, from Redwood City in the north, to Mountain View & Synnyvale in the south. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service, at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School. View more info

A Study of the Social Service Programs of Valley Beth Shalom Synagogue: Its Effects on Social Services and Implications

By: Kaminski,Rosalien

Price: $20.00

Publisher: CA, 1978

Edition: Typewritten; spiral-bound with paper covers. Biblio. Title cont: for the Social Work Profession.

Item #: 000100

ISBN: 85


A study of the paraprofessional counseling service at Valley Beth Shalom in Los Angeles. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requiremen ts for the double degrees, Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Studies and Master of Social Work at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School in cooperation with University of Southern California School of Social Work. View more info

The Western Journal of Isaac Mayer Wise, 1877

By: Kramer,William M. (Ed)

Price: $12.00

Publisher: CA, Western Jewish Hist Ctr: 1974

Edition: pub cont: Magnes Museum. References. Index.

Item #: 001331

ISBN: 85


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The Needs of Jewish Students on a 'Third World' Campus

By: Kruger,Laurie

Price: $20.00

Publisher: CA, 1977

Edition: Typewritten; spiral bound with paper covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000083

ISBN: 102

Condition: Top of last 5 pages slightly frayed


Examines some of the problems of the less affluent Jewish College students in 1977. Using the Jewish students at Los Angeles Community College as a paradigm of what happens to Jewish students on a 'Third World' campus in a changing neighborhood. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service, at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School. View more info

After the Glass is Broken: Lay Participation of Recently Married Couples in the Jewish Community

By: Meyer,Ricahrd H & Tadin,Lois Nagy & White,Marla S

Price: $20.00

Publisher: CA, 1979

Edition: Typewritten in a semi-bound binder with paper covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000074

ISBN: 121

Condition: Front cover has a wrinkle


Newly married couples were interviewed to determine which demographic & psychosocial factors affect their lay participation in Jewish life. A Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements for double degrees, Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Studies and Master of Social Work at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School in cooperation with University of Southern California School of Social Work. View more info

The Impact of Jewish Population Density On Jewish Involvement and Identification: A Comparison of Two Jewish Communities

By: Nathanson,Daniel Hess & Jacobs,Jerry Solomon

Price: $20.00

Publisher: CA, 1975

Edition: Typewritten, semi-bound with paper covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000040

ISBN: 144


The 2 communities, are, one with a highly dense Jewish population, Beverlywood, in Los Angeles & the other with low Jewish population density, Covina/West Covina in the San Gabriel Valley. A research project presented to the faculty of the school of Social work of the Univ of Southern Calif in cooperation with Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of social work. View more info

Between Two Worlds: The Effect of Immigration on the Parent-Adolescent Relationship of Soviet Jewish Emigres

By: Orlik,Mitch

Price: $26.00

Publisher: CA, 1980

Edition: Typewritten, semi-bound with cloth covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000062

ISBN: 127


Interviewed 18 individuals comprising 6 families, living in Los Angeles. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service, at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School. View more info

Legacy - Journal of the Southern California Jewish Historical Society - Vol. 1 No. 3 Spring 1989 - Women Moving Forward:

By: Pratt,Norma Fain

Price: $12.00

Publisher: CA, 1989

Item #: 000735

ISBN: 61


title cont: dreamers, Builders, Leaders - A History of Jewish Women in Southern California. View more info

Jewish Life in Los Angeles - A Window to Tomorrow

By: Sandberg,Neil C

Price: $10.00

Publisher: MD, Univ Press of Amer: 1986

Edition: Sociological research. Index.

Item #: 013492

ISBN: 210


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Middle-Aged American Jewish Men: Problems of Alienation and Depression

By: Scher,Mindy Gail

Price: $20.00

Publisher: CA, 1979

Edition: Typewritten, spiral bound with paper covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000050

ISBN: 73


The middle age range is 35 - 60. In Los Angeles. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service, at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. View more info

Some 'Whys' of Giving: A Survey of the Inter-Relationships among Motivations of Giving, Level of Contribution to the United

By: Shapiro,Esther Arner

Price: $18.00

Publisher: CA, HUC thesis: 1976

Edition: Typewritten in a semi-binding with paper covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000052

ISBN: 134

Condition: Cover slightly soiled


title cont: Jewish Welfare Fund; Attitudes toward, Knowledge and Use of Jewish Community Services. This study was conducted in Long Beach, CA. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the double degree of Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Studies & Master of Social Work at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School, in cooperation with Univ of Southern Calif School of Social Work. View more info

When A Jewish Wife Becomes A Widow

By: Siegal,Robin L

Price: $15.00

Publisher: CA, HUC thesis: 1980

Edition: Typewritten, spiral bound with paper covers. Biblio.

Item #: 000053

ISBN: 116


The research focused on the effects of middle-aged widowhood on Jewish identification in the light of existing programs. Interviewed 16 widows living in Los Angeles. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service, at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, California School. View more info

California Jewish History - A Descriptive Bibliography

By: Stern,Norton B

Price: $10.00

Publisher: CA, Arthur H Clark: 1967

Item #: 015552

ISBN: 175


Over 550 works for the period Gold Rush to post-World War I. Has plain blank white dj as issued. View more info

Mannie's Crowd

By: Stern,Norton B

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Glendale, Arthur H Clark Co: 1970

Item #: 016704

ISBN: 136


Emmanuel Lowenstein, 1857-1939, colorful character of old Los Angeles and a brief diary of the trip to Arizona and life in Tucson of the early 1880s. Intimate glimpses of the people, places, businesses & social doings of this remote era of Los Angeles are set forth graphically & humorously in Mannie's 1880 diary entries. View more info

Morris L. Goodman - The First American Councilman of the City of Los Angeles

By: Stern,Norton B. & Kramer,William M

Price: $28.00

Publisher: CA, Self-pub: 1981

Edition: 1 of 300 copies. Goodman was the only one of the 7 member Council in 1850 who had not been a Mexican citizen previous to

Item #: 001007

ISBN: 31


comment cont: the American conquest and California statehood. View more info