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  • De la Déviance Religieuse: Le Sous-Système Hassidique à Montréal.
    Bauer, Julien (1984)
    Cahiers de Recherches en Sciences de la Religion 5: 235-260.

    By gaining influence among Montreal Jews, the Lubavitcher risk losing their specificity.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Canada; Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Jewish, Lubavitcher, Canada
  • Hassidic Jews and Quebec Politics.
    Shaffir, William (1983)
    Jewish Journal of Sociology 25:2: 105-118.

    Examines the reaction of Montreal's 2 largest Hassidic groups (Lubavitcher & Tasher) to 1970-80s Quebecois nationalism.

    Associated Search Terms: Nationalism; Tasher, Canada; Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Politics, Canada; Jewish, Tasher, Canada; Jewish, Lubavitcher, Canada
  • Witnessing as Identity Consolidation: The Case of the Lubavitcher Chassidim.
    Shaffir, William (1978)
    In Hans Mol (ed.) Identity and Religion. International, Cross-cultural Approaches. Beverly Hills, California: Sage, pp. 39-57.

    Based on participant observation in Montreal.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Lubavitcher, Canada; Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Participant observation
  • Life in a Religious Community: The Lubavitcher Chassidim in Montreal.
    Shaffir, William (1974)
    Toronto: Holt, Rinehart & Winston of Canada.

    Participant observation & interview study, beginning in 1967.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Lubavitcher, Canada; Participant observation; Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Community study
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