A Place to Be: Brazilian, Guatemalan, and Mexican Immigrants by Philip J. Williams, Timothy J. Steignenga, Manuel VÃsquez

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For men, the most common jobs are roofing, dry-walling, landscaping, and working at restaurants either as dishwashers, busboys, or delivery drivers. For women, it is cleaning, both of private homes and of the many condominiums and hotels in the region, as well as waitressing. Some Brazilian women also take care of retired, elderly people, helping with transportation, shopping, and other domestic chores. While  percent of respondents in our survey indicated that they earn monthly salaries between $, and $,,  percent stated that they earn over $, per month.

Eric Kramer, “Spectacle and the Staging of Power in Brazilian Neo-Pentecostalism,” Latin American Perspectives  (January ): –; Patricia Fortuny, “The Santa Cena of el Luz Del Mundo Church: A Case of Contemporary Transnationalism,” in Religion across Borders: Transnational Immigrant Networks, ed. Helen Rose Ebaugh and Janet Saltzman Chafetz, – (Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press, ). INTRODUCTION 25 . Alejandro Portes, “The Debates and Significance of Immigrant Transnationalism,” Global Networks  (July ): –.

See Burns, Maya in Exile, for the history of Mayan settlement in Florida. . Margolis, Little Brazil; and Martes, Brasileiros nos Estados Unidos. PA RT O N E !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Transnational Lives Networks, Families, and Solidarities across Borders 2 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Beyond Homo Anomicus Interpersonal Networks, Space, and Religion among Brazilians in Broward County MANUEL A.  Margolis, for instance, found a pervasive “ideology of disunity” among Brazilians in New York.

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