Corpus ID: 145751215

Where Haitians are, where Haitians can come : belonging and cultural reproduction among Haitian immigrant Pentecostals in Canada

@inproceedings{Eze2007WhereHA,
  title={Where Haitians are, where Haitians can come : belonging and cultural reproduction among Haitian immigrant Pentecostals in Canada},
  author={Debie Eze},
  year={2007}
}
  • Debie Eze
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • This study aims to investigate the connection between religion and immigration. It delves into immigrant religious institutions in an effort to discover how immigrant's sense of belonging to their host and home nations was formed after migration. Within this context, this study will show how religious sites can become powerful sites for cultural reproduction and ethnic identity reaffirmation. Focusing on Haitian immigrants this work will shed some light on the origins of two Haitian Pentecostal… CONTINUE READING

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