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  • Iglesia, comunidad e identidad: las experiencias de los dominicanos con la religión en New York.
    Pantoja, Segundo (2002)
    Estudios sociales 35:129: 49-71.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; United States, New York, New York; Dominican Americans; Migrant
  • The Transnational Villagers.
    Levitt, Peggy (2001)
    Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Ethnography of a community of migrants from Miraflores, Dominican Republic, to Jamaica Plains, near Boston. A central chapter focuses on religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Dominican Americans; Transnational; United States, Massachusetts, Boston; Participant observation; Ethnic
  • Local-level Global Religion: The Case of U.S.-Dominican Migration.
    Levitt, Peggy (1998)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37:1: 74-89.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Dominican Republic; Globalization; Catholic, U.S.A.; United States, Massachusetts, Boston; Dominican Republic; Migrant; Dominican Americans
  • Faith and Stability among Hispanic Families: The Role of Religion in Cultural Transition.
    Fitzpatrick, Joseph P. (1983)
    In William V. D'Antonio and Joan Aldous (eds.), Families and Religion. Conflcit and Change in Modern Society. Beverly Hills, California: Sage, pp. 221-242.

    Overview & New York City religious marriage data for Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Dominicans, other Latinos.

    Associated Search Terms: Puerto Rican Americans; Marriage; Cuban Americans; Latino Americans; United States, New York, New York; Dominican Americans
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