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"Families that Pray Together, Stay Together" : Religion, Gender, and Family in Postwar Victoria, British Columbia
RHETORIC SURROUNDING THE "IDEAL FAMILY" played a powerful role in Canada's postwar culture. In professional discourse, newspapers, and other cultural media, the ideal family was most oftenExpand
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“Toilet-seat Prayers” and Impious Fathers: Interrogating Religion and the Family in Oral Histories of the Postwar Pacific Northwest
This article explores the place and meaning of religion within families during the post-World War II years. It draws selected examples from two completed oral history projects, one that focused onExpand
Religion, Irreligion, and the Difference Place Makes: The Case of the Postwar Pacific Northwest
British Columbia and Washington State together constituted the least religious region in North America during the postwar era. Scholars have searched in vain for a demographic explanation for thisExpand
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