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  • Hindu, Muslim and Sikh young adults: Gendered practices in the negotiation of sexuality and relationship.
    Page, Sarah-Jane, and Andrew Kam-Tuck Yip (2012)
    In Peter Nynäs and Andrew Kam-Tuck Yip (eds.) Religion, Gender and Sexuality in Everyday Life. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, pp. 51-69.

    Based on online questionnaire data, some follow-up interviews, & some video diaries of mostly South Asian young adults (aged 18-25) in Great Britain who identified themselves as Hindu Muslim, or Sikh.

    Associated Search Terms: Youth; Sikh, Great Britain; Lived religion; Islam, Great Britain; Hindu, Great Britain; Great Britain; Gender
  • 'We Don't Celebrate Christmas, We Just Give Gifts': Adaptations to Migration and Social Change among Hindu, Muslim, and Sikh Children in England.
    Larson, Heidi (2000)
    In Jerry G. Pankhurst and Sharon K. Houseknecht (eds.), Family, Religion, and Social Change in Diverse Societies. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 283-302.

    Associated Search Terms: Adaptation; Sikh, Great Britain; Indian British; Pakistani British; Children; Islam, Great Britain; Pluralism; Feast; Great Britain, England, Southall; Migrant; Hindu, Great Britain
  • Twice Migrants: East African Sikh Settlers in Britain.
    Bhachu, Parminder (1985)
    London: Travistock.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain; Migrant; Sikh, Great Britain
  • Sikhs in England: The Development of a Migrant Community.
    Helweg, Arthur W. (1979)
    Delhi: Oxford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain; Migrant; Sikh, Great Britain
  • The Sikhs: The Development of South Asian Settlements in Britain.
    Ballard, Roger, and Catherine Ballard (1977)
    In James L. Watson (ed.), Between Two Cultures: Migrants and Minorities in Britain. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. 21-56.

    Historical sociological overview; based in part on 1970-75 field research in Leeds.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain, Leeds; Historical; Sikh, Great Britain; Migrant
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