Migration and Religion (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
1424
Utgivningsdatum
2015-11-27
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Dimensioner
247 x 177 x 88 mm
Vikt
2676 g
ISBN
9781783472574
Migration and Religion (inbunden)

Migration and Religion

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The complex and changing relationship between religion and migration is central to many urgent questions about diversity, inequality and pluralism. This wide-ranging collection of articles explores these questions in different periods of history, regions of the world and traditions of faith. There is a particular emphasis on how religions inspire, manage and benefit from migration as well as how the experience of migration affects religious beliefs, identities and practices. These volumes examine the interface between religion and migration at levels of analysis ranging from the local to the global, and from the individual to the faith community. With an original introduction by the editor, this collection of papers will serve as an excellent reference source for scholars, practitioners and academics working in the field of migration and religion.
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Edited by James A. Beckford, Professor Emeritus, University of Warwick, UK

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Contents: Acknowledgements Introduction James Beckford PART I OVERVIEWS OF MIGRATION AND RELIGION 1. Phillip Connor (2009), 'International Migration and Religious Participation: The Mediating Impact of Individual and Contextual Effects', Sociological Forum, 24 (4), December, 779-803 2. Peggy Levitt (2003), '"You Know, Abraham Was Really the First Immigrant": Religion and Transnational Migration', International Migration Review, 37 (3), Fall, 847-73 PART II HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES 3. Virginia DeJohn Anderson (1985), 'Migrants and Motives: Religion and the Settlement of New England, 1630-1640', New England Quarterly, 58 (3), September, 339-83 4. Nicole Immig (2009), 'The "New" Muslim Minorities in Greece: Between Emigration and Political Participation, 1881-1886', Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 29 (4), December, 511-22 5. Barbara Dietz (2003), 'Jewish Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union in Germany: History, Politics and Social Integration', East European Jewish Affairs 33 (2), Winter, 7-19 6. Fred. E. Woods and Nicholas J. Evans (2002), 'Latter-day Saint Scandinavian Migration through Hull, England, 1852-1894', BYU Studies, 41 (4), 75-102 PART III TRANSNATIONAL AND GLOBAL DIMENSIONS 7. Gamze Avci (2005), 'Religion, Transnationalism and Turks in Europe', Turkish Studies, 6 (2), June, 201-13 8. John R. Bowen (2004), 'Beyond Migration: Islam as a Transnational Public Space', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 30 (5), September, 879-94 9. Luann Good Gingrich and Kerry Preibisch (2010), 'Migration as Preservation and Loss: The Paradox of Transnational Living for Low German Mennonite Women', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36 (9), November, 1499-518 10. Paul Christopher Johnson (2002), 'Migrating Bodies, Circulating Signs: Brazilian Candomble, the Garifuna of the Caribbean, and the Category of Indigenous Religions', History of Religions, 41 (4), May, 301-27 PART IV GENDER RELATIONS 11. Celia McMichael (2002), '"Everywhere is Allah's Place": Islam and the Everyday Life of Somali Women in Melbourne, Australia', Journal of Refugee Studies, 15 (2), 171-88 12. Alicia Re Cruz (1998), 'Migrant Women Crossing Borders: The Role of Gender and Religion in Internal and External Mexican Migration', Journal of Borderlands Studies, 13 (2), Fall, 83-97 13. Catharina P. Williams (2008), 'Female Transnational Migration, Religion and Subjectivity: The Case of Indonesian Domestic Workers', Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 49 (3), December, 344-53 14. Jeanne Rey (2013), 'Mermaids and Spirit Spouses: Rituals as Technologies of Gender in Transnational African Pentecostal Spaces', Religion and Gender, 3 (1), 60-75 PART V CONTEXTS OF RECEPTION 15. Phillip Connor (2010), 'Contexts of Immigrant Receptivity and Immigrant Religious Outcomes: The Case of Muslims in Western Europe', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 33 (3), March, 376-403 16. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and Yousif M. Qasmiyeh (2010), 'Muslim Asylum-Seekers and Refugees: Negotiating Identity, Politics and Religion in the UK', Journal of Refugee Studies, 23 (3), 294-314 17. Nancy Foner and Richard Alba (2008), 'Immigrant Religion in the U.S. and Western Europe: Bridge or Barrier to Inclusion?', International Migration Review, 42 (2), Summer, 360-92 18. Margarita A. Mooney (2013), 'Religion as A Context of Reception: The Case of Haitian Immigrants in Miami, Montreal and Paris', International Migration, 51 (3), June, 99-112 19. Dianna J. Shandy (2002), 'Nuer Christians in America', Journal of Refugee Studies, 15 (2), 213-21 PART VI RELIGIOUS IDENTIFICATION AND PRACTICE 20. Ilana Redstone Akresh (2011), 'Immigrants' Religious Participation in the United States', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34 (4), April, 643-61 21. Carolyn Chen (2006), 'From Filial Piety to Religious Piety: Evangelical Christianity Reconstructing Taiwanese Immigrant Families in the United States', International Migration Review, 40 (3), Fall, 573-602 22. Valerie A.