"Fifty-two percent of Chinese Americans report having no religious affiliation, making them the least religiously-identified ethnic group in the United States. But that statistic obscures a much more complex reality. Family Sacrifices reveals that Chinese Americans employ familism, not religion, as the primary narrative by which they find meaning, identity, and belonging"--
Introduction: Chinese American familism and the theory of liyi -- The roots of Chinese American nonreligiousness and familism -- Transmission : Chinese American liyi socialization -- Translation : Chinese popular religion and Confucianism in the U.S. -- The yi of family sacrifice : Chinese Americans' highest values -- The li of Chinese American familism : ritualizing family, food, and fun
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