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Ethnic and religious identity retention among second-generation Arab youths in Montreal.

Paul Eid

Ethnic and religious identity retention among second-generation Arab youths in Montreal.

by Paul Eid

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Pagination312 leaves.
Number of Pages312
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Open LibraryOL19938909M
ISBN 100612747816

Read, Jen’nan Ghazal. Book review of “Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building among Second Generation Youth in Montreal.” By Paul Eid. American Journal of Sociology , 3: Read, Jen’nan Ghazal. “North American Islam.” In the Encyclopedia of Politics and Religion, ed. Robert Wuthnow. Washington, DC. This dissertation examines the ethnic identity formation and how it has been experienced, displayed, negotiated and evolved, among second generation Arab Americans in the Chicagoland area - both in a suburban, highly populated Arab space, and an urban, less populated Arab setting.

(). Ethnic and religious identity retention among second-generation Arab youths in Montreal. Unpublished PhD Dissertation. (). Europe's myths of Orient. (). Faith of my mothers: spare me the sermon on Muslim women." The Washington Post, ().   As the leading book in its field, Religion and Ethnicity in Canada has been embraced by scholars, teachers, students, and policy makers as a breakthrough study of Canadian religio-ethnic diversity and its impact on multiculturalism. A team of established scholars looks at the relationships between religious and ethnic identity in Canada's six largest minority religious .

Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building Among Second Generation Youth in Montreal Book 25 Eid looks at the significance of religion to ethnic identity building, a largely understudied issue in ethnic studies, and the extent to which social and cultural practices are structured along ethnic and religious lines.   "I was at first reluctant to review Paul Eid’s Book Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building among Second Generation Youth in Montreal because the book is a study of second-generation Arab Canadians (or more precisely, Arab Québécois) and of this group’s ethnic and religious identity.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: 1. The Arab presence and identity in Canada --Historical background of Arab immigration to Canada --National identity in the postcolonial Arab world: the role of religion --A sociodemographic profile of Arab Canadians today Building ethnic and religious.

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Being Arab: ethnic and religious identity building among second generation youth in Montreal. [Paul Eid]. Request PDF | Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building among Second-Generation Youth in Montreal (review) | Dans cet ouvrage bien structuré et documenté, Paul Eid nous invite à.

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 traditionalism, and perceived discrimination and stereotyping.

Arab communities have been studied less than most ethnic groups in Canada. Since the first thorough sociological and historical mapping of these communities, Baha Abu-Laban’sAn Olive Branch on the Family Tree(), studies of Arab Canadians have been less attention has been paid to the second generation in Arab communities, which is hardly.

Ethnic and Religious Identity Retention among Second Generation of Arab Youths in Montreal. Ph.D. thesis, University of Toronto. Ph.D. thesis, University of. Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building Among Second Generation Youth in Montreal (Mcgill-Queen's Studies in Ethnic History, Series 2) 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. Free Online Library: Muslim youth between Quebecness and Canadianness: religiosity, identity, citizenship, and belonging.(Report) by "Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal"; History Literature, writing, book reviews Ethnic, cultural, racial issues Canadian Muslims Social aspects Citizenship Laws, regulations and rules National identity Analysis Religiousness Teenagers Youth.

Ethnic and religious identity retention among second-generation Arab youths in Montreal. PhD dissertation, University of Toronto (Canada), Canada.

Retrieved from Dissertations & Theses: Full Text. (Publication No. AAT NQ) Google Scholar. The core chapters of the book focus on how Arab Canadian youths reinvent their ethnic and religious identities in a migratory context that is, at best, ambivalent toward Arab culture.

A key finding is that the. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. [26] See Eid Eid, P. “Ethnic and Religious Identity Retention among Second Generation of Arab Youths in Montreal.” Ph.D. thesis, University of Toronto, [Google Scholar], Ethnic and Religious Identity, 25; Waardenburg Waardenburg, J.

“ Normative Islam in Europe ”. Read "Being Arab Ethnic and Religious Identity Building among Second Generation Youth in Montreal" by Paul Eid available from Rakuten Kobo. Eid looks at the significance of religion to ethnic identity building, a largely understudied issue in ethnic studies, a.

Ethnic and Religious Identity Retention among Second-Generation Arab Youth in Montreal. A PhD Dissertation submitted to the University of Toronto, Department of. Eid looks at the significance of religion to ethnic identity building, a largely understudied issue in ethnic studies, and the extent to which social and cultural practices are structured along ethnic and religious lines.

Being Arab also analyzes whether gendered traditions act as identity markers for young Canadians of Arab descent and whether. and history, and the converging components of culture and religion; Arab-Canadian identity is largely intersectional.

Religion is important in the formation of Arab identity, especially as demonstrated by Paul Eid in his study on the salience of religious identity among second-generation Arabs in Montreal.

A sample of second-generation Arabs from five different Montreal colleges filled out a questionnaire. Sixteen of these students participated in in-depth interviews.

The findings lend support to the hypothesis of a triadic relationship between ethnic identity, religious identity and gender. Ethnic and Religious Identity Retention Among Second Generation of Arab Youths in Montreal.

PhD thesis, University of Toronto, Toronto. PhD thesis, University of Toronto, Toronto. Google Scholar.Stewart, ), pp. 58, 64; Paul Eid, Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building among Second Generation Youth in Montreal (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, ), p.

8; Eliezer Tauber, “The Palestine Question in the s and the Emergence of the Arab Lobby in Canada,”.