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  • "God Must Have Been Sleeping": Faith as an Obstacle and a Resource for Rwandan Genocide Survivors in the United States.
    Fox, Nicole (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:1: 65-78.

    Based on interviews with Rwandan refugees in Boston. Religion both helped & stood in the way of recovering after mass violence.

    Associated Search Terms: Refugees; Rwanda; Migrant; Coping; Grounded theory; Rwandan Americans; Genocide
  • Visual culture and visual piety in Little Haiti: The sea, the tree, and the refugee.
    Rey, Terry, and Alex Stepick (2010)
    In Paul DiMaggio and Patricia Fernández-Kelly (eds.) Art in the Lives of Immigrant Communities in the U.S. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 229-248.

    Associated Search Terms: Haitian Americans; Refugee image; Visual
  • Faith, Hope and Identity: Religion and the Vietnamese Refugees.
    Dorais, Louis Jacques (2007)
    Refugee Survey Quarterly 26:2: 57-68.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Vietnamese; Refugees
  • Faith, Ethnicity, and Culture in Refugee Resettlement.
    Nawyn, Stephanie J. (2006)
    American Behavioral Scientist 49:11: 1509-1527.

    Examines NGOs involved in settling refugees in the United States.

    Associated Search Terms: Refugees; Social services
  • Conversion as a migration strategy in a transit country: Iranian Shiites becoming Christians in Turkey.
    Akcapar, Sebnem Koser (2006)
    International Migration Review 40:4: 817-857.

    Associated Search Terms: Turkey; Shi'ite; Conversion; Migrant; Refugees
  • Polish Children and Refugees: The Role of Religious Culture and Gender in the Host Community Acculturation Process.
    DeMarinis, Valerie, Halina Grzymala-Moszczynska, and Przemyslaw Jablonski (2004)
    Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion 12: 23-52.

    Based on interviews with Polish children & their parents who live near refugee settlements. Examines influence of images of God on attitudes toward refugees.

    Associated Search Terms: God, image of; Poland; Children; Refugees; Migrant
  • Rebuilding Spiritual Lives in the New Land: Religious Practices among Southeast Asian Refugees in the United States.
    Zhou, Min, Carl L. Bankston, III, and Rebecca Y. Kim (2002)
    In Pyong Gap Min and Jung Ha Kim (eds.) Religion in Asian America: Building Faith Communities. Walnut Creek, California: AltaMira, pp. 37-70.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Asian Americans; Refugees
  • Nuer Christians in America.
    Shandy, Dianna J. (2002)
    Journal of Refugee Studies 15:2: 213-221.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Assimilation; Participant observation; Refugees; South Sudanese Americans
  • The Changing Religious Beliefs and Ritual Practices among Cambodians in Diaspora.
    Men, Chean Rithy (2002)
    Journal of Refugee Studies 15:2: 222-233.

    Associated Search Terms: Refugees; Cambodian Americans; Buddhist, U.S.A.; Diaspora; Genocide; Migrant
  • Religion and Refugee Resettlement in the United States: A Research Note.
    Burwell, Ronald J., Peter Hill, and John F. Van Wicklin (1986)
    Review of Religious Research 27:4: 356-366.

    Analyzes telephone interviews of Indochinese refugees in the U.S.A.; shows religion important in resettlement & high rates of religious change.

    Associated Search Terms: Refugees; Conversion; Migrant; Indochinese Americans
  • Médicine et vodou en Haďti.
    Métraux, Alfred (1953)
    Acta tropica 10:1: 28-68.

    Associated Search Terms: Haiti; Voodoo, Haiti; Refugee image; Medical
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Citation data are provided by Anthony J. Blasi (Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Notre Dame; University of Texas at San Antonio).

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