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  • Christian Diversity and Community Development in Vihigo District, Kenya.
    Kilonzo, Susan M. (2008)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Maseno University.

    Associated Search Terms: Community development; African Christian; Kenya
  • A Place on the Map: Communicating Religious Presence in Civic Life.
    Lichterman, Paul (2007)
    In Nancy T. Ammerman (ed.) Everyday Religion. Observing Modern Religious Lives. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 137-151.

    Based on participant observation in a Midwest U.S. city; examines discourse used to signal the religious motives behind a local community development & social services effort.

    Associated Search Terms: Community development; Discourse; Participant observation; Urban; Social services
  • The Catholic Church and Development in Latin America: The Role of the Basic Christian Communities.
    Bruneau, Thomas C. (1980)
    World Development 8: 535-544.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Latin America; Base communities; Latin America; Development
  • Religious Conversion and Community Development.
    Turner, Paul R. (1979)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 18:3: 252-260.

    Examines a late 1940s-to-early '50s mass conversion of Tzeltal Indians in Oxchuc, from folk Catholicism to evangelical Protestantism.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexico, Chiapas, Oxchuc; Conversion; Evangelical, Mexico; Community development
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