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