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The Learners' Society: Continuity And Change In Characteristics Of Education And Employment Among Ultra-Orthodox (Haredi) Women
The author reports her data on the patterns and associations between some key socio- demographic variables (age, education, employment, numbers of children, and exposure to Haredi and secular media) in a sample of 300 women of Hassidic and Lithuanian (Litaim) communities in Jerusalem. This sample demonstrates relatively high rates of post-secondary education and gainful employment among Haredi women, characteristics that are associated with lower fertility rates and higher consumption ofdoi:10.5281/zenodo.1164352 fatcat:gp6visddwvbn7p6urylu66yay4