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Allan Mazur, a sociologist and an engineer, is professor of public affairs in the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. Previously a member of the social science faculties of MIT and Stanford University, he is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has published over 150 articles in the social science literature and is especially interested in biosociology; research methods; and in controversies over science, technology, and the environment. Among his books are Biosociology of Dominance & Deference, True Warnings and False Alarms about Technology, 1948-1971, and Global Social Problems. His new book is Implausible Beliefs: In the Bible, Astrology, and UFOs.

Professor Mazur contributed to On Jewish Matters the following article:

A Statistical Portrait of American Jews into the 21st Century – Part 1

Jewish Intermarriage and Conversion – A Statistical Portrait of American Jews into the 21st Century

Jewish Politics and Values – A Statistical Portrait of American Jews into the 21st Century

Jewish Income, Education, and Occupation – A Statistical Portrait of American Jews into the 21st Century

The American Jewish Family – A Statistical Portrait of American Jews into the 21st Century

 

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