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  • Muslim immigrants and religious group feelings: Self-identification and attitudes among Sunni and Alevi Turkish-Dutch.
    Verkuyten, Maykel, and Ali Ali Yldiz (2009)
    Ethnic and Racial Studies 32:7: 1121-1142.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Sunni, Netherlands; Turkish Dutch; Netherlands; Islam, Netherlands; Identity; Alevi
  • Sects in Islam.
    Zubaida, Sami (2009)
    In Peter B. Clarke (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 545-561.

    Historical account of the Shi'ite sects.

    Associated Search Terms: Millenarian; Ismaili; Sect; Shi'ite; Sufi; Alawi (Nusairis); Yazidis; Sufi, Bektashi; Sufi, Mevlevi; Alevi; Dervish; Druze; Baha´i
  • Le 'dede' moderne: évolution des paramètres de l'autorité religieuse de l'alévisme dans la turquie contemporaine.
    Dressler, Markus (2006)
    Sociologie et sociétés 38:1: 69-92.

    As the once marginal Alevist sect enters Turkish & diaspora society, its traditional leadership (dedelik) is differentiating into a traditional ritual sector & a secular one.

    Associated Search Terms: Leadership; Differentiation; Alevi; Islam, Turkey; Turkey
  • Islamic Reform and the Mystic Tradition in Eastern Turkey.
    Yalman, Nur (1969)
    Archives européennes de sociologie 10:1: 41-60.

    After the 19th century secularization, modernized forms of Islam evolved; mysticism has remained vibrant in one of them, the Alevi of Ciplaklar in eastern Turkey.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Turkey; Mysticism; Alevi; Turkey, Ciplaklar
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