|Religion and Acculturation in the Montagnard Community of Greensboro, North Carolina
||This ethnographic research explores the concepts of religion and acculturation, and possible relationships between them, in the Greensboro, North Carolina Montagnard community. Data were collected through semi-structured interviews and observations. ...
|Changing places and questions of identity: the fluid lives of first generation Indo-Guyanese.
||In the United States today, ‘new immigrants’ are incorporated into American society differently than immigrants of previous migrant waves. These new immigrants are ‘transnationals’ and they are increasingly migrating from the global South, especially...
|An approach to the occupational ideology and identity of informal cellular minutes vendors in Bogota, Colombia
||This thesis explores the occupational ideology of informal street vendors of cellular minutes in Bogota, Colombia. Using a survey methodology and cluster sampling I collected 203 questionnaires from vendors at their place of business to explore the c...
|A man in a woman's world: male support networks in women's flat track roller derby
||Is modern women’s roller derby a form of feminism, and what role do men play within it? I propose that women’s roller derby is born out of radical feminism, while male volunteers and supporters act as important nodes in broad support networks. In t...