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Barrier, G. N. (2007). Sikh emigrants and their homeland: the transmission of information resources and values in the early twentieth century. In A. Kumar Sahoo & B. Maharaj (Eds.), Sociology of diaspora : a reader (volume 2) (pp. 663–691). Japur ; New Delhi ; Bangalore ; Mumbai ; Hyderabad ; Guwahati: Rawat publications.   
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Bhachu, P. (1993). Twice and direct migrant sikhs : caste, class, and identity in pre- and post- 1984 britain. In I. H. Light & P. Bhachu (Eds.), Immigration and entrepreneurship : culture, capital, and ethnic networks (pp. 163–183). New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.   
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Dusenbery, V. A. (2007). A sikh diaspora? contested identities and constructed realities. In A. Kumar Sahoo & B. Maharaj (Eds.), Sociology of diaspora : a reader (volume 2) (pp. 692–717). Japur ; New Delhi ; Bangalore ; Mumbai ; Hyderabad ; Guwahati: Rawat publications.   
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Dusenbery, V. A. (2004). Sikh positionings in australia and the "diaspora" concept. In M. Ember, C. R. Ember & I. Skoggard (Eds.), Encyclopedia of diasporas : immigrants and refugee cultures around the world. Volume I : Overviews and topics (pp. 485–491). New York, NY: Kluwer Academic ; Plenum publishers.   
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Ember, M., Ember, C. R., & Skoggard, I. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of diasporas : immigrants and refugee cultures around the world. volume i : overviews and topics Vol. 1. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic ; Plenum publishers.   
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Ember, M., Ember, C. R., & Skoggard, I. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of diasporas : immigrants and refugee cultures around the world. volume ii : communities 1st ed. Vol. 2. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic ; Plenum publishers.   
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Gibson, M. A. (1988). Punjabi orchard farmers : an immigrant enclave in rural california. International migration review(81), 28–50.   
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Gonzales Juan L., Jr. (1986). Asian indian immigration patterns : the origins of the sikh community in california. International migration review, 20(73), 40–54.   
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Johnston, H. (2004). Sikhs in canada. In M. Ember, C. R. Ember & I. Skoggard (Eds.), Encyclopedia of diasporas : immigrants and refugee cultures around the world. Volume II : Communities (pp. 1075–1083). New York, NY: Kluwer Academic ; Plenum publishers.   
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Karmi, G. (1991). The health status and health beliefs of two london migrant communities. International Migration, XXIX(1), 5–12.   
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La Brack, B. (2004). Sikhs in the united states. In M. Ember, C. R. Ember & I. Skoggard (Eds.), Encyclopedia of diasporas : immigrants and refugee cultures around the world. Volume II : Communities (pp. 1094–1104). New York, NY: Kluwer Academic ; Plenum publishers.   
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Maesschalk, A., & Buyse, N. (1995). Les chemins de l'exil. Bruxelles: Epo.   
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Moliner, C. (2007). L'immigration sikhe en france : des plaines du pendjab à la seine-saint-denis. Hommes et migrations(1268-1269), 130–137.   
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Singh, P., & Barrier, G. N. (1996). The transmission of sikh heritage in the diaspora. New Delhi: Manohar Publishers & Distributors.   
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Tatla, D. S. (2004). Sikh diaspora. In M. Ember, C. R. Ember & I. Skoggard (Eds.), Encyclopedia of diasporas : immigrants and refugee cultures around the world. Volume I : Overviews and topics (pp. 273–285). New York, NY: Kluwer Academic ; Plenum publishers.   
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Tatla, D. S., & Nesbitt, E. M. (1994). Sikhs in britain : an annotated bibliography 2nd ed. ed. Coventry: University of Warwick, Center for Research in Ethnic Relations.   
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Tatla, D. S. (2004). Sikhs in the united kingdom. In M. Ember, C. R. Ember & I. Skoggard (Eds.), Encyclopedia of diasporas : immigrants and refugee cultures around the world. Volume II : Communities (pp. 1083–1094). New York, NY: Kluwer Academic ; Plenum publishers.   
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