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  • Generations of Catholics in Eastern Africa: A practice-centered analysis of religious change.
    Kollman, Paul (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:3: 412-428.

    Applies Riesebrodt's practice-centered approach to east African Catholics. The focus on practice is presented as an advantage, but the neglect of subjective meaning leads to overlooking generational differences.

    Associated Search Terms: Generations; Catholic, Africa; Africa, east; Riesebrodt, Martin; Practice-centered theory
  • Islamic militancy in East Africa.
    Haynes, Jeffrey (2005)
    Third World Quarterly 26:8: 1321-1339.

    Associated Search Terms: Political Islam; Africa, east; Politics, Africa; Islam, Africa
  • Ritualistic Tolerance and Ideological Rigour: The Paradigm of the Expatriate Hindus of East Africa.
    Bharati, Agehananda (1976)
    Contributions to Indian Sociology 10;2: 317-339.

    Associated Search Terms: Africa, east; Ritual; Tolerance; Belief; Hindu, Africa
  • Community of the Saved: An African Revivalist Church in the East Cape.
    Dubb, Allie A. (1976)
    Johannesurg:Witwatersrand University Press.

    Based on 1957-58 field work on an independent African Christian church in East London, South Africa; contains statistics & qualitative data.

    Associated Search Terms: South Africa, East London; African Assembly of God
  • Religion and Social Control in a South African Township.
    Mayer, Philip (1971)
    In Herbert Adam (ed.) South Africa: Sociological Perspectives. London: Oxford University Press, pp. 177-196.

    Compares social control in the Assembly of God (locally termed "Bhenguist") & the non-Christian Xhosa South Africans.

    Associated Search Terms: South Africa, East London; Social control; Assemblies of God, South Africa; Xhosa South Africans
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