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  • Religion and Ethnic Identity.
    Lewins, Frank W. (1978)
    In Hans Mol (ed.) Identity and Religion. International, Cross-Cultural Approaches. Beverly Hills, California: Sage, pp. 19-38.

    Associated Search Terms: Italian Australians; Australia; Identity; Ukrainian Australians
  • Ethnic Diversity within Australian Catholicism: A Comparative and Theoretical Analysis.
    Lewins, Frank W. (1976)
    Australia and New Zealand Journal of Sociology 12:2: 126-135.

    Rather than Catholicism advancing assimilation, the Catholicisms of the Italian, Ukrainian, Polish, & Croatian immigrants retail ethnic identities.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Identity; Ukrainian Australians; Polish Australians; Croatian Australians; Italian Australians; Catholic, Australia; Australia
  • Ethnicity as Process: Some Consideations of Italian Catholics.
    Lewins, Frank W. (1975)
    Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology 11:3: 15-17.

    Case study based on interviews, of an Australian parish in which an "Italian" identity emerged.

    Associated Search Terms: Italian Australians; Catholic, Australia; Australia; Parish; Identity
  • Fertility Differentials among Catholics in Australia.
    Day, Lincoln H. (1964)
    Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 42:2: 57-83.

    Based on a special cross-tabulation of 1954 Australian census data; ethnic Dutch had the highest fertility, Polish the lowest.

    Associated Search Terms: Dutch Australians; Fertility; Catholic, Australia; Italian Australians; Ethnic; Polish Australians; Australia
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