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Social Trends Institute Reports: March 2017

In the spotlight this month:  American Jews' changing relationship with Israel explained; causes and consequences of family inequality considered; and the importance of unpaid work presented to the UN.

FEB 24

What Do the “Haves” Have, That the “Have-Not’s” Have Not?

Family inequality is entwined with inequalities of class, both feeding them and being fed by them.

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FEB 28

Apt to Be Overlooked

If domestic tasks and direct care were assigned a monetary value, they would constitute between 10% and 39% of Gross Domestic Product, but it is generally unrecognized and undervalued by policymakers and legislators.

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FEB 13

Are American Jews Falling out of Love with Israel?

Michael Barnett’s new book examines the particulars that influence how American Jews balance the historical tension between universalism and particularism.

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