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In addition to recipes, book includes articles on Shabbat and
the holidays.
F
re edm a n
, R
obert
O., ed.
Soviet Jewry in the 1980s: the politics of anti-
Semitism and, emigration and the dynamics of resettlement.
Durham, NC:
Duke University Press, 1989. 260 p.
G
in z b e r g
, E
l i
.
The medical triangle; physicians, politicians and the public.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1990. 314 p.
Essays reflecting current dilemmas in American public health
situations.
H
e in z e
, A
ndrew
R .
Adapting to abundance: Jewish immigrants, mass con­
sumption, and the search fo r American identity.
New York: Columbia
University Press, 1990. 276 p.
Explains phenomenon of Jewish immigrants’ adaptiveness to
American consumerism.
H
e rm an
, S
imon
N
.
Jewish identity; a social psychological perspective, second
ed.
New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books/Rutgers State Univer­
sity, 1989. 286 p.
Updated ed. including data derived from recent studies.
K
rau sz
, E
rn e st
and
G
l anz
, D
a v id
,
eds.
Education in comparative context;
studies of Israeli society, vol. IV.
New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction,
1989. 493 p.
Work purports to identify the major areas of sociological re­
search on Israeli society.
L
a y tn e r
, A
n s o n
.
Arguing with God a Jewish tradition.
Northvale, NJ:
Jason Aronson, 1990. 314 p.
Analysis of the Jewish trait of contentiousness which may some­
times lead to extremism in challenging God.
R
u b in
, T
h eodore
I
saac
.
Anti-Semitism a disease o f the mind; a psychiatrist
explores the psychodynamics of a symbol sickness.
New York: Continuum,
1990. 146 p.
S
i g a l
, J
o h n
J .
and
W
e in f e l d
, M
o r t o n
.
Trauma and rebirth:
intergenerational effects of the Holocaust.
New York: Praeger, 1989.
204 p.
Study of psychological consequences of the Holocaust, arguing
against earlier assumptions of disfunction in family life presumably
resulting from stressful experiences.
S
m it h
, D
an iel
J .
The religion o f the landless: the social context o f the Bab­
ylonian exile.
Bloomington, IN: Mayer-Stone books, 1989. 249 p.
Work offers a comprehensive sociological analysis of the Bab­
ylonian exile.
T
oaff
, A
r ie l
,
ed.
The Mediterranean and the Jews: banking, finance and
the international trade (XVI-XVIII centuries).
Ramat Gan, Israel: Bar-
Ilan University Press, 1989. 307, plus 28 Hebrew p.