The French in the United States: An Ethnographic Study

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Index
Acadians, 9
Acculturation: celebration of holidays as indicator of, 60,-63; citizenship status as indicator of, 52-55,, 56; complexity of, xi-xii; education as indicator of, 46-49,; food patterns as indicator of, 59-60,; friendship networks as indicator of, 76-79; geographic dispersal as indicator of, 43-44; marriage patterns as indicator of, 44-46; occupation as indicator of, 49,-52; private-life indicators of, 58-66; public-life indicators of, 66-82; as second socialization, 27; social integration as manifestation of, xi; use of media as indicator of, 63-66; visits to homeland as indicator of, 79-81; voluntary association memberships as indicator of, 69-75
Acquaintance networks. See Friendship networks
Age, of study respondents, 23-25
Alsace, emigration from, 3, 7
America. See United States
American English. See English language
American world. See United States
Assimilation, 14-15, 45
Attachment to country of origin: citizenship status as indicator of, 54- 55, 56; perceptions as indicator of, 83-106; preferred country of residence as indicator of, 102-4; visits to France as indicator of, 79-81
Basques, 7-8, 35
Bastille Day, celebration of, 60-61, 72
Bilingualism: family configuration as factor in, 121-23; parental attitudes toward, 131-35; public/private language use patterns and,

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