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Description

The author presents a study done with Sikh immigrant students in New York City whose cultural origins were in the northwestern state of Punjab in India. Her aim was to find out how these students managed within American public schools while seeking to maintain their traditional cultural identity.

ISBN

1-932077-49-9

Publication Date

2003

Publisher

Athena Press

City

London

Keywords

sikhs, immigrant identity, students, new york city

Disciplines

Sociology of Culture

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Maps in second chapter (figures 2.1 and 2.2) are not available due to copyright restrictions.

Reprinted with permission from the author and publisher.

Sikh Immigrant Students: Navigating Dual Cultures in Metropolitan New York

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