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  • Entre a casa e a roça: trajetórias de socialização no candomblé de habitantes de bairros populares de Salvador.
    Rabelo, Miriam C.M. (2008)
    Religião e Sociedade 28:1: 176-205.

    Associated Search Terms: Socialization; Candomble; Brazil, Salvador
  • Mediated Authenticity. Tradition, Modernity, and Postmodernity in Brazilian Candomblé.
    Selka, Stephen (2007)
    Nova religio 11:1: 5-30.

    Field work in Bahia State since 1999. Notes struggle between Candomble as African-Brazilian & as Brazilian, ethnic vs. common.

    Associated Search Terms: Candomble; Brazil, Bahia, Salvador; Brazil, Bahia, Cachoeira; Tourists; Race
  • Miracles of the people: Attitudes to Catholicism in an Afro-Brazilian religious center in Salvador da Bahia.
    Ryle, John (1988)
    In Wendy James and Douglas H. Johnson (ed.) Vernacular Christianity: Essays in the Social Anthropology of Religion Presented to Godfrey Lienhardt. Oxford; JASO, pp. 40-50.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil, Bahia, Salvador; Catholic, Brazil; Africanist, Brazil
  • Popular Catholicism in Brazil. Typology and Functions.
    Azevedo, Thales de (1968)
    In Raymond S. Sayers (ed.), Portugal and Brazil in Transition. Minneapolis: University of Minnsota Pess, pp. 175-178.

    Presents 1965 interview data from Salvador; contrasts popular & official Catholicism.

    Associated Search Terms: Popular religion; Brazil, Bahia, Salvador; Brazil, Salvador; Catholic, Brazil
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