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Spirituality
Author: Raymond Breton
ISBN: 0773539689
Subcategory: Religious Studies
Pages 232 pages
Publisher McGill-Queen's University Press; 1 edition (March 9, 2012)
Language English
Category: Spirituality
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by Raymond Breton


In Different Gods, Raymond Breton looks at the significance of religious differences and what they mean for immigrants, non-immigrants, and Canada's future.

In Different Gods, Raymond Breton looks at the significance of religious differences and what they mean for immigrants, non-immigrants, and Canada's future. Breton examines the evolution over time of the religious attitudes and behaviour of the new minorities and the challenges that their presence poses to the receiving society.

Different Gods examines the myriad roles that religion plays in immigrant integration. The book addresses a wide breadth of problematics and focuses on minority experiences in Canada, the United States, and select European countries

Different Gods examines the myriad roles that religion plays in immigrant integration. The book addresses a wide breadth of problematics and focuses on minority experiences in Canada, the United States, and select European countries.

Discover ideas about Integrity. An updated version of the identity wheel. Maybe turn this into an interactive bulletin board. Print this out or make it yourself

Discover ideas about Integrity. Integrity Different Diversity Data Integrity. Print this out or make it yourself. Print out every residents name and attach it to the board with a push pin and pose some sort of question like "if you woke up tomorrow which identity would be hardest for you to live without?"

Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2012, ix + 222 . index.

Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2012, ix + 222 . Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2012, ix + 222 . author {Joshua Harold}, year {2013} }.

Primarily Christian Society. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2012. You may choose one of the three books you are presenting in class, if you wish. You will go through the normal steps of academic submission.

Montreal and Kingston: McGillQueen's University Press, 2012, ix + 222 .

Non-Christian immigrants come to a society in which their religion is not culturally and institutionally established. Thus they face challenged of institutional and social recognition which may be more likely to involve cultural clashes and thus raise particular problems of accommodation. He is co-author of A Fragile Social Fabric?

Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press. Grounds for difference. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. De facto congregationalism and the religious organizations of post-1965 immigrants to the United States: A revised approach.

Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press

Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press. Hirschman C (2004) The role of religion in the origins and adaptation of immigrant groups in the United States.

In recent decades the ebb and flow of immigration to Canada has changed significantly, with the majority of immigrants coming from non-European countries. A striking feature of this shift is that a significant proportion of immigrants are non-Christians newly immersed in a society entrenched in Christian ideals. In Different Gods, Raymond Breton looks at the significance of religious differences and what they mean for immigrants, non-immigrants, and Canada's future. Breton examines the evolution over time of the religious attitudes and behaviour of the new minorities and the challenges that their presence poses to the receiving society. The analysis consists of a review of recent research and formulates possible conclusions about the transformations that integration may bring about for both the minorities and the receiving society. An important analysis of immigration in an era of rapidly changing social values, Different Gods looks boldly into issues of collective identity and cultural accommodation.