To be a Jewish Woman

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J. Aronson, 1992 - Religion - 282 pages
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A sensitive discussion of Jewish Woman'multiple roles in the family, synagogue and world at Large. Written by a clinical psychologist who became a Baalat Teshuva.

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Informative, but Dr. Lisa Aiken writes only from an Orthodox view of life and religion. When she openly protests against the role of a Modern Jewish woman (within Reform Judaism, Conservative Judaism) - she's getting dull. Read full review

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Aiken received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Loyola University in Chicago. She is a psychologist in private practice. She also speaks internationally on topics of Jewish interest.

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