Soviet Jewish Immigrants in Southern California Term Paper by The Research Group

Soviet Jewish Immigrants in Southern California
An examination of job opportunities, acculturation, community support, language problems and culture shock.
# 19004 | 1,575 words | 7 sources | 1991 | US
Published on Mar 02, 2003 in Religion and Theology (Judaism) , Sociology (General) , Hot Topics (Immigration)


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"This paper will discuss the acculturation process of Soviet Jewish immigrants in Southern California. There are many Jewish families in the Soviet Union at this time who want to emigrate to the United States. They are motivated by a desire to achieve political freedom, as well as the freedom to practice their own religion. In addition, many Soviet Jews are attracted to America because they want to improve their economic lives. The rise of anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union in recent years is yet another factor in making Soviet Jews want to emigrate to the United States (Nemeth and Rinehart 28). The government of the Soviet Union does not allow the practice of Judaism, nor any other religion. In addition, the Soviet government of the past has refused to allow most Soviet Jews to leave the country. However, within the last few years, the Soviet government has eased its..."

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