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Redefining Religious Nones: Lessons from Chinese and Japanese American Young Adults
This analysis of Chinese and Japanese American young adults, based on the Pew Research Center 2012 Asian American Survey, examines the religious nones of these ethnic groups. Rather than focusing on their beliefs and belonging to religious denominations, it highlights their spiritual practices and ethical relations using an Asian-centric liyi (ritual and righteousness) discourse. Despite being religious nones, these groups have high rates of ancestor veneration and participation in ethnicdoi:10.3390/rel6030891 fatcat:7fo7b65lkzhfle2qyqxi6dsdlq