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  • Boundaries and Self-presentation among the Hasidim: A Study in Identity Maintenance.
    Shaffir, William (1995)
    In Janet S. Belcove-Shalin (ed.) New World Hasidim. Ethnographic Studies of Hasidic Jews in America. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 31-68.

    Illustrates the value of symbolic interactionism in ethnographic research among the Hasidim of Montreal; notes the author's different reception by different sects.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Hasidic, Canada; Education; Participant observation; Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Identity; Boundary maintenance; Sect; Proselytizing; Symbolic interactionism
  • Separation from the Mainstream in Canada: The Hassidic Community of Tash.
    Shaffir, William (1987)
    Jewish Journal of Sociology 29:1: 19-35.

    Based on 1970s interviews & participant observation; focuses on the attempt by Tashen Hassidim to incorporate a separate community near Montreal.

    Associated Search Terms: Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Participant observation; Jewish, Hasidic, Canada
  • Nationalisation et dénationalisation le cas des collectivités sacrales excentriques.
    Zylberberg, Jacques (1984)
    Social Compass 31:4: 409-426.

    Minority religious movements stand in contrast to the religious legitimators of the state; considers the cases of the Jehovah's Witnesses, the Montréal Hassidim, & the Catholic Pentecostals in Canada.

    Associated Search Terms: Legitimation; Jehovah´s Witness, Canada; Pentecostal, Catholic, Canada; Canada; Nationalism; Jewish, Hasidic, Canada
  • Hassidim et judaïcité à Montréal.
    Gutwirth, Jacques (1973)
    Recherches sociographiques 14:3: 291-326.

    Unlike other Montreal Jews, the Hasidim did not opt for Anglophone culture or for Zionism.

    Associated Search Terms: Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Jewish, Hasidic, Canada
  • The Structure of a Hassidic Community in Montreal.
    Gutwirth, Jacques (1972)
    Jewish Journal of Sociology 14:1: 43-62.

    Compares Belzer Hassidim of Montreal to a post-World War II, largely Hungarian immigrant community in Antwerp.

    Associated Search Terms: Belgium, Antwerp; Comparative; Jewish, Hasidic, Canada; Jewish, Hasidic, Belgium; Canada, Quebec, Montreal
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