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  • Globalization, Civil Society and Religion from a Latin American Standpoint.
    Romero, Catalina (2001)
    Sociology of Religion 62:4: 475-490.

    Overview of developments in Latin American Catholicism, illustrated with the Peruvian subsample of the 1996 World Values Survey.

    Associated Search Terms: Peru; Catholic, Latin America; Latin America; Catholic, Peru; Globalization
  • Pentecostalismo Católico, Religión y Sociedad en el Peru.
    Sánchez Paredes, J. (1998)
    In A. Pollak and Y. salas (eds.) El pentecostalismo en América Ltina entre tradición y globalización. Quito: Abya Yala, pp. 148-169.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Peru; Pentecostal, Catholic, Peru; Peru
  • The Catholic Church and Democracy in Chile and Peru.
    Fleet, Michael, and Brian H. Smith (1997)
    Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Chile; Catholic, Peru; Chile; Democracy; Peru; Politics, Chile; Politics, Peru
  • Theologies and Liberation in Peru: The Role of Ideas in Social Movements.
    Peña, Milagros (1995)
    Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Ideology; Peru; Liberation theology; Catholic, Peru
  • Liberation Theology in Peru: An Analysis of the Role of Intellectuals in Social Movements.
    Peña, Milagros (1994)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 33:1: 34-45.

    Based on interviews in Peru, 1987-88 & '92; shows how liberation theology frames social movement activities so as to bridge different protest groups.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Intellectuals; Catholic, Peru; Liberation theology; Peru
  • The Solalitium Vitae Movement in Peru: A Rewriting of Liberation Theology.
    Peña, Milagros (1992)
    Sociological Analysis 53:2: 159-173. [Also in William H. Swatos, Jr. (ed.) Twentieth-Century World Religious Movements in Neo-Weberian Perspective. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen, 1992, pp. 211-230]

    Reports 1987-88 field work in Peru; focuses on a Catholic movement that opposed liberation theology. [Also in William H. Swatos, Jr. (ed.) Religion & Democracy in Latin America. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction, 1995, pp. 101-115]

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Peru; Politics, Peru; Soliditium Vitae movement; Catholic, Peru
  • A pilgrimage fiesta: Easter week ritual at Catacaos, Piura, Peru.
    Harding, Patricia (1991)
    In N. Ross Crumrine and Alan Morinis (eds.) Pilgrimage in Latin America. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood, pp. 269-280.

    Associated Search Terms: Feast; Peru, Piura, Catacaos; Pilgrimage; Catholic, Peru
  • Dual Cosmology and Ethnic Divergence in an Andean Pilgrimage Cult.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1991)
    In N. Ross Crumrine and Alan Morinis (eds.) Pilgrimage in latin America. New York; Greenwood Press, pp. 281-306.

    Sees ethnic polarization reflected in pilgrimage cults in Cuzco.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Peru; Ethnic; Pilgrimage; Peru, Cuzco; Quechua
  • Pilgrimage and Cultural Fracture in the Andes.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1991)
    In John Eade and Michael J. Sallnow (eds.) Conteting the Sacred. The Anthropology of Christian Pilgrimage. London: Routledge, pp. 137-153.

    Based on field work among Quechua peasants in Cuzco; rather than communitas, pilgrimage brought conflicting interpretations into play.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Peru; Pilgrimage; Peru, Cuzco; Quechua
  • Pilgrims of the Andes: Regional Cults in Cusco.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1987)
    Washington: Smithsonian Institute Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Pilgrimage; Quechua; Catholic, Peru; Peru, Cuzco
  • Pélerinages et processions comme formes de pouvoir symbolique des classes subalternes: Deux cas péruviens.
    Arnold, Pierre (1985)
    Social Compass 32:1: 45-56.

    Consideration of an Andean sanctuary & an Afro-Peruvian procession.

    Associated Search Terms: Popular religion; Procession; Peru; Pilgrimage; Catholic, Peru
  • Cambios en la relación iglesia-sociedad en el Peru: 1958-1978.
    Romero, Catalina (1982)
    Debate en sociología 7: 115-141.

    Associated Search Terms: Peru; Catholic, Peru
  • A Trinity of Christs: Cultic process in Andean Catholicism.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1982)
    American Ethnologist 9: 730-749.

    Associated Search Terms: Quechua; Peru, Cuzco; Catholic, Peru
  • Communitas Reconsidered: The Sociology of Andean Pilgrimage.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1981)
    Man 16: 163-182.

    Based on field work among Quechua peasants in Cuzco; rather than communitas, pilgrimage brought conflicting interpretations into play.

    Associated Search Terms: Communitas; Pilgrimage; Peru, Cuzco; Catholic, Peru; Turner, Victor
  • Parish Styles: Liberation and Development.
    Offutt, J. James (1976)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Notre Dame. [DA 37:3 A, p. 1809]

    Based on 1972 interviews from 3 communities in southern Peru; focuses on the formation of change-related consciousness.

    Associated Search Terms: Peru; Community organization; Change; Catholic, Peru; Parish
  • La peregrinación andina.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1974)
    Allpanchis 7: 101-142.

    Associated Search Terms: Quechua; Pilgrimage; Catholic, Peru; Peru, Cuzco
  • Indiens et Jésuites au Paraguay. Recontre de deux messianismes.
    Haubert, Maxima (1969)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 27: 119-133.

    Associated Search Terms: Society of Jesus; Catholic, Paraguay; Messian; Paraguay; Native Peruvians; Native Paraguayans; Catholic, Peru; Historical
  • Sociologia del Peru, Prima Parte.
    Ismondes Cairo, Anibal (1967)
    Lima: Editorial Minerva.

    Religion serves the upper class as a hired institution. Protestantism is making headway in the fields & stands to disunite the country. Catholicism, apart from some missionaries, has little influence among the poor.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Peru; Peru; Stratification
  • La Iglesia en Peru y Bolivia. Estudios Socio-Religiosos Latino-Americanos 3 (II).
    Alonso, Isidoro, et al. (1962)
    Fribourg and Bogotà: FERES.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Peru; Peru; Catholic, Bolivia; Bolivia
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