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by Edited by Hara Person with Carolyn Bricklen,Owen Gotlieb,and Melissa Zalkin Stollman

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Edited by Hara Person with Carolyn Bricklen,Owen Gotlieb,and Melissa Zalkin Stollman
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This book presents ideas, reflective essays, and program ideas Studies report decreased involvement in Jewish communal life on the part of both men and boys. Anecdotal information backs up this trend. There are often more women than men at services, more girls than boys in youth groups, and more women than men on the synagogue boards. What is behind these numbers and why?

Hara Person, Carolyn Bricklin, Owen Gottlieb, Melissa Zalkin Stollman and Doug Barden. The gender gap : a congregational guide for beginning the conversation about men's involvement in synagogue life.

Hara Person, Carolyn Bricklin, Owen Gottlieb, Melissa Zalkin Stollman and Doug Barden. New York: URJ Press, 2007. ISBN 978-0-8074-1058-5

the Conversation about Men's Involvement in Synagogue Life.

Studies report decreased involvement in Jewish communal life on the part of both men and boys.

The Gender Gap A Congregational Guide for Beginning the Conversation about Men's Involvement in Synagogue Life by Doug Barden, Owen Gotlieb, Hara Person, Carolyn Bricklin, Owen Gottlieb, Melissa Zalkin Stollman Paperback, 190 Pages, Published 2007 by Urj Press.

The Gender Gap A Congregational Guide for Beginning the Conversation about Men's Involvement in Synagogue Life by Doug Barden, Owen Gotlieb, Hara Person, Carolyn Bricklin, Owen Gottlieb, Melissa Zalkin Stollman Paperback, 190 Pages, Published 2007 by Urj Press ISBN-13: 978-0-8074-1058-5, ISBN: 0-8074-1058-6. There are often more women than men at services, more girls than boys in youth groups, and more women than men on the synagogue boards

Studies report decreased involvement in Jewish communal life on the part of both men and boys. What is behind these numbers and why? This book presents ideas, reflective essays, and program ideas meant to start the conversation in the synagogue about this phenomenon. There are no definite answers here, no prescriptions, rather a chance to test some ideas and begin a dialogue

The gender gap : a congregational guide for beginning the conversation about men's involvement in synagogue life. Picturing Yiddish : gender, identity, and memory in the illustrated Yiddish books of Renaissance Italy. Brill's series in Jewish studies. 36, Leiden: Boston : Brill, 2004.

The gender gap : a congregational guide for beginning the conversation about men's involvement in synagogue life. ISBN 978-0-8074-1058-5, ISBN 0-8074-1058-6.

Gender binary: The assumption that there are only two genders: Man and woman. This is often accompanied by the belief that gender always directly corresponds to the male and female sexes. Gender identity: The gender with which a person associates themselves

Gender binary: The assumption that there are only two genders: Man and woman. Gender identity: The gender with which a person associates themselves. Examples: Man, woman, genderqueer, or genderless (see definitions below). Genderqueer: Someone who blurs, rejects, or otherwise transgresses gender norms. Also used as a term for someone who rejects the two-gender (binary) system.

In fact, the gap between men and women across health, education, politics and economics widened for the first time .

In fact, the gap between men and women across health, education, politics and economics widened for the first time since records began in 2006. Overcoming the biases – unseen or otherwise – that are keeping us from closing the gender gap represents an overwhelming economic as well as moral imperative, Professor Schwab said. What is the gender gap? Image: WEF Global Gender Gap Index. The gender gap is the difference between women and men as reflected in social, political, intellectual, cultural, or economic attainments or attitudes.

Studies report decreased involvement in Jewish communal life on the part of both men and boys. Anecdotal information backs up this trend. There are often more women than men at services, more girls than boys in youth groups, and more women than men on the synagogue boards. What is behind these numbers and why? This book presents ideas, reflective essays, and program ideas meant to start the conversation in the synagogue about this phenomenon. There are no definite answers here, no prescriptions, rather a chance to test some ideas and begin a dialogue.