This work deals with the identification and integration process of immigrants in Australia and the role that religion plays in this process. Viktor Zander investigates the immigrant community of Slavic Baptists in Victoria and analyzes the relationship between ethnic and religious identities as well as their social dynamics. qIdentityq and qmarginalityq are addressed as crucial issues for Slavic immigrants and their Australian-born children. The work is based on the author s field-research in the Slavic Baptist community in Victoria. Key Features Second volume in relaunch of the series qReligion and Societyq (RS) qQ: How would you feel about a person of our Slavic circle marrying an English speaking Australian? A: I feel like ... You wouldna#39;t be able to say during the party, aquot;Ay, durak1, whata#39;s the matter with you? ... Ula is Russian and Michael is English.
|Title||:||Identity and Marginality Among New Australians|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 2004|