- Title Pages
- 1 Theoretical Frameworks
- 2 Religions in India and South Korea
- 3 Korean and Indian Immigrants’ Religious Affiliations and Participation in Religious Institutions
- 4 Ethnographic Research on the Shin Kwang Korean Church
- 5 Ethnographic Research on the Hindu Temple Society of North America
- 6 Participation in Religious Institutions, Family Rituals, and Identity
- 7 Younger Generations’ Preservation of Ethnicity through Participation in Religious Institutions
- 8 Younger Generations’ Preservation of Ethnicity through Domestic Religious Practices
- 9 The Importance of Religion to Younger Generations’ Identity, Socialization, and Social Relations
- 10 A Summary of Major Findings and Their Theoretical Implications
- Appendix 1
- Appendix 2
- About the Author
- Preserving Ethnicity through Religion in America
- NYU Press
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