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  • Manejos da religião, da etnicidade e recursos de classe na construção de uma cultura migratória transnacional.
    Bastos, Susana Pereira (2009)
    Análise Social 190: 43-69.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Migrant; Mozambique; Stratification; Indian British; Hindu, Mozambique; Islam, Mozambique
  • 'We Don't Celebrate Christmas, We Just Give Gifts': Adaptations to Migration and Social Change among Hindu, Muslim, and Sikh Children in England.
    Larson, Heidi (2000)
    In Jerry G. Pankhurst and Sharon K. Houseknecht (eds.), Family, Religion, and Social Change in Diverse Societies. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 283-302.

    Associated Search Terms: Children; Pakistani British; Indian British; Pluralism; Great Britain, England, Southall; Hindu, Great Britain; Feast; Adaptation; Sikh, Great Britain; Islam, Great Britain; Migrant
  • Muslim Women in a Western European Society: Gujarati Muslim Women in Leicester.
    Andrews, Ahmed Y. (1994)
    In John Fulton and Peter Gee (eds.), Religion in Contemporary Europe. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 78-92.

    Differences in the oppression of Gujarati Muslim women in Leicester are explained by different schools of Islamic jurisprudence.

    Associated Search Terms: Indian British; Women; Great Britain, Leicester; Islam, Great Britain
  • The Indianization of the Hare Krishna movement in Britain.
    Carey, Seán (1987)
    In Richard Burghart (ed.) Hinduism in Great Britain: The Perpetuation of Religion in a Cultural Milieu. London: Travistock, pp. 81-99.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Indian British; Change; Great Britain; Hare Krishna, Great Britain
  • Caste and Sect in the Swaminarayan Movement.
    Barot, Rohit (1987)
    In Richard Burghart (ed.), Hinduism in Great Britain. The Perpetuation of Religion in an Alien Cultural Milieu. London: Travistock, pp. 67-80.

    Based on 1970-72 field work in Herndon & Bolton; notes a schism in a caste group had been transplanted from Indian to East Africa & then to Britain.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Swaminarayan; Great Britain; Indian British; Hindu, Great Britain
  • The Politicization of a Religious Movement: British Adventism Under the Impact of West Indian Immigration.
    Theobald, Robin (1981)
    British Journal of Sociolgoy 32:4: 202-223.

    Assesses the impact, including the organizational split, of Caribbean immigrants in British Adventism.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Schism; Great Britain; Seventh-day Adventist, Great Britain; West Indian British
  • Race, Religiosity and Political Activism: Some Observations on West Indian Participation in Britain.
    Pearson, David G. (1978)
    British Journal of Sociology 29:3: 340-357.

    Based on interviews from West Indian residents of a Midlands English city; shows religion as neither an opiate nor an inspiration for political involvement.

    Associated Search Terms: West Indian British; Politics, Great Britain; Activism; Great Britain, England
  • From Church to Sect: West Indian Religious Sect Development in Britain.
    Hill, Clifford (1971)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 10:2: 114-123.

    West Indian immigrants in England largely forsake prior church affiliations & join Pentecostal sects. The largesse of these, the New Testament Church of God, is a case in hand.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Great Britain; Migrant; Typology; West Indian British; Great Britain; Conversion
  • Immigrant Sect Development in Britain: A Case of Status Deprivation?
    Hill, Clifford (1971)
    Social Compass 18:2: 231-236.

    Anomie caused by racial prejudice & a consequent lowered status is more important than economic deprivation.

    Associated Search Terms: Deprivation; Sect; Pentecostal, Great Britain; Great Britain; Migrant; New Testament Church of God, Great Britain; West Indian British
  • Some Aspects of Religious Life in an Immigrant Area in Manchester.
    Ward, Robin H. (1970)
    In David Martin and Michael Hill (eds.) A Sociological Yearbook of Religion in Britain 3. London: SCM Press, pp. 12-29.

    Reports findings of a survey, interpreted in terms of the lack of religious participation by the indigenous working class.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Great Britain, Manchester; West Indian British
  • Some Aspects of Race and Religion in Britain.
    Hill, Clifford (1970)
    In David Martin and Michael Hill (eds.), A Sociological Yearbook of Religion in Britain 3. London: SCM Press, pp. 30-44.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Race; West Indian British; Pentecostal, Great Britain; Ethnic; Great Britain
  • God's People: West Indian Pentecostal Sects in England.
    Calley, Malcolm J.C. (1965)
    Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Sect; Great Britain; Migrant; West Indian British; Pentecostal, Great Britain
  • Psychotherapeutic Aspects of Pentecostal Sects among West Indian Immigrants to England.
    Kiev, Ari (1964)
    British Journal of Sociology 15:2: 129-138.

    Sects provide a community experience, a cathartic ritual, & an ideology that places less emphasis on this life than on one in the hereafter.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Great Britain; Great Britain; Migrant; West Indian British
  • West Indian Migrants and the London Churches.
    Hill, Clifford (1963)
    Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: West Indian British; Migrant; Great Britain, London
  • Pentecostal Sects among West Indian Migrants.
    Calley, Malcolm J.C. (1962)
    Race 3:2: 55-64.

    Account of 3 Pentecostal sects in Great Britain, 1961.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Great Britain; Church of God of Prophecy, Great Britain; West Indian British; Migrant; Sect; Great Britain; New Testament Church of God, Great Britain; Church of God in Christ, Great Britain
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