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  • "Short Youth": Resources and Meanings of Early Transtion to Adulthood Among Immigrant Youths.
    Girardi, Davide (2011)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and William H. Swatos, Jr. (eds.) Religion, Spirituality and Everyday Practice. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 153-166.

    Based on 2009 questionnaire data from Romanian & Moroccan immigrant youths in Italy, who enter adulthood earlier than native Italian youths. Reports importance of religion, degree of religiosity, etc.; sexual behavior; & affirmation of gender roles.

    Associated Search Terms: Moroccan Italians; Youth; Sexual activity; Romanian Italians; Migrant; Italy; Gender role; Salience
  • Strategie identitarie e appartenenze musulmane: il caso delle donne di origine marocchina.
    Lorenzoni, Eva (2009)
    Religioni e Società 65: 69-76.

    Based on interviews with Moroccan immigrant women in Paris and Torino. Generalization seems impossible.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Moroccan Italians; Identity; Islam, Europe; Migrant; Moroccan French
  • Din wa dynya: l'ortopraxxi islamica nella quotidianità degli immigrati marocchini.
    Fantauzzi, Annamaria (2009)
    Religioni e società 65: 37-46.

    Associated Search Terms: Everyday life; Migrant; Moroccan Italians; Italy, Turin; Islam, Italy
  • L'Immigration au Féminin: Les Femmes Marocaines en Italie du Nord. Une Recherche.
    Schmidt di Friedberg, Ottavia, and Chantel Saint-Blancat (1998)
    Studi emigrazione 131: 483-498.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Migrant; Moroccan Italians; Italy
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