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Book review: Becoming Frum. How Newcomers Learn the Language and Culture of Orthodox Judaism, written by Benor, Sarah Bunin (2012)

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1. Benor Sarah Bunin "“Towards a New Understanding of Jewish Language in the Twenty-First Century.”" Religion Compass 2008 Vol 2 1062 1080 doi: 10.1111/j.1749–8171.2008.00108.x. [Crossref]
2. Benor Sarah Bunin "“Do American Jews Speak a ‘Jewish Language’? A Model of Jewish Linguistic Distinctiveness.”" Jewish Quarterly Review 2009 Vol 99 2 230 269 [Crossref]
3. Benor Sarah Bunin "“Mensch, Bentsh, and Balagan: Variation in the American Jewish Linguistic Repertoire.”" Language and Communication 2011 Vol 31 2 141 154 [Crossref]
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6. Hary Benjamin , Wein Martin J. "“Religiolinguistics: on Jewish-, Christian- and Muslim-defined Languages.”" International Journal of the Sociology of Language 2013 Vol 220 85 108
7. Lewis M. Paul , Simons Gary F. , Fennig Charles D. Ethnologue: Languages of the World 2013 (17th ed.) Dallas TX SIL International

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