Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building Among Second Generation Youth in Montreal

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Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building Among Second Generation Youth in Montreal - Eid, Paul

Arabs in North America are often perceived to be a monolithic group. Being Arab explores how Muslim and Christian Arab-Canadian youth actually negotiate their ethnic and religious identities. Focusing on the experiences of students from five colleges in Montreal, Paul Eid considers the influence of parental socialization, gender-related ... Read More

Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building Among Second Generation Youth in Montreal 2007, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773532229

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Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building Among Second Generation Youth in Montreal 2007, Queen's Policy Studies

ISBN-13: 9780773532212

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