Conservative Judaism: An American Religious Movement. Irvington Publishers. Religion and ethnicity in the American Jewish community. Social foundations of Judaism, 135-145.
Conservative Judaism: An American Religious Movement. Sklare, . & Greenblum, J. (1979). On the preparation of a sociology of American Jewry.
Conservative Judaism: An American Religious Movement. Glencoe, IL: The Free Press. The Jews: Social Patterns of An American Group. Glencoe: IL: The Free PressGoogle Scholar. The Problem of Contemporary Jewish Studies, Midstream 16 (April): 27–35. Conservative Judaism: An American Religious Movement. New York: Schocken Books. Problems in the Teaching of Contemporary Jewish Studies. American Jewish Historical Quarterly, 63: 361–365.
Historically it has occupied a sort of middle ground between Reform and Orthodox, maintaining (unlike Reform) that Jewish law remains binding on modern Jews, but affording far greater leeway than Orthodoxy in adapting those laws to reflect modern realities.
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Marshall Sklare, American sociology educator. Member Association for Sociological Study of Jewry (president, chairman committee on curriculum and resources), American Jewish History Society (member academy advisory council, library committee), Association for Jewish Studies (director, secretary/treasurer), American Sociological Association (program organizer).
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Conservative Judaism is a work of the highest distinction, both as a study of American Jewish life and as a contribution to contemporary American sociology
Conservative Judaism is a work of the highest distinction, both as a study of American Jewish life and as a contribution to contemporary American sociology. In the public mind, Conservative Judaism is associated primarily with the Jewish Theological Seminary and the United Synagogue of America.