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The Catholic Church in the lives of irregular migrant Filipinas in France: Identity formation, empowerment and social control

Bibliographic reference Fresnoza-Flot, Asuncion. The Catholic Church in the lives of irregular migrant Filipinas in France: Identity formation, empowerment and social control . In: The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Vol. 11, no.3-4, p. 345-361 (septembre-décembre 2010)
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