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  • Between Identity and Assimilation: Jewish Fertility in Nineteenth-century Venice.
    Derosas, Renzo (2006)
    In Renzo Derosas and Frans van Poppel (eds.) Religion and the Decline of Fertility in the Western World. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 177-205.

    In the Jewish community in Venice 1850-69, those residing outside the traditional ghetto and presumably assimilating had a lower fertility rate.

    Associated Search Terms: Italy, Venice; Demography; Jewish, Italy; Assimilation; Fertility
  • Nation et religion chez les immigrés iraniens en Italie.
    Saint-Blancat, Chantal (1989)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 68:1: 27-37.

    Based on a survey of Iranian Italians in Venice; Shi'ite nationalism hinders assimilation, while Baha'i religion has no such effect.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Migrant; Baha´i, Italy; Assimilation; Iranian Italians; Italy, Venice; Shi'ite, Italy
  • I Frateli Cavanis e la società religiosa Veneziana nel clima della Restaurazione.
    DeRosa, Gabriele (1973)
    Rivista disociologia 11:1-3: 43-62.

    External forces undermined civil & religious structures in Venice, end of the 18th-beginning of the 19th centuries; the Cavanis brothers established an institute to re-establish the structures, supported by the Austrian emperor.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Orders/congregations; Italy, Venice
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