The Relationship Between Sikh-Punjabi Mothers-In-Law and Daughters-In-Law: Daughter-In-Law Narratives
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The purpose of this study was to provide an in-depth examination of the relationship between Indian-born Canadian mothers-in-law and Indo-Canadian daughters-in-law and to explore the experiences that have shaped these relationships across time. The present study consists of semi-structured interviews with three women who identify as belonging to the Sikh faith and Punjabi culture, and identify as an Indo-Canadian daughter-in-law. All interviews took place in Vancouver, British Columbia. Thematic analysis was used to analyze the data to look for themes.