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Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-258) and index.
Theoretical frameworks -- Religions in India and South Korea -- Korean and Indian immigrants' religious affiliations and participation in religious institutions -- Ethnographic research on the Shin Kwang Korean Church -- Ethnographic research on the Hindu Temple Society of North America -- Participation in religious institutions, family rituals, and identity -- Younger generations' preservation of ethnicity through participation in religious institutions -- Younger generations' preservation of ethnicity through domestic religious practices -- The importance of religion for younger generations' identity, socialization, and social relations -- A summary of major findings and their theoretical implications.