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  • Finding their way to heaven: Women, self-narratives and Catholicism in Quito, Ecuador.
    Calderón Muñoz, Maria (2016)
    Socal Compass 63;1: 20-37.

    Based on 2004-06 interviews with women in Catholic groups in Quito. Conversion experiences after a period of dissatisfaction with traditional Catholicism led to maintaining an individualized personal Catholicism, sometimes at odds with official Church teachings.

    Associated Search Terms: Conversion; Identification; Discourse; Post-structuralism; Women; Ecuador, Quito; Catholic, Ecuador
  • From religious icon to "our Mother from heaven": The appropriation of the Virgin Mary by Catholic women in Quito.
    Calderón Muñoz, Maria (2014)
    Culture and Religion 15:1: 58-71.

    Associated Search Terms: Marian; Ecuador, Quito; Catholic, Ecuador; Women
  • Gender, Power and the Catholic Church: Women's Participation in Small Religious Communities in Quito.
    Calderón Muñoz, Maria (2011)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Kent, U.K.

    Associated Search Terms: Identification; Post-structuralism; Conversion; Women; Catholic, Ecuador; Ecuador, Quito; Discourse
  • Protestantismo indígena. Procesos de conversión religiosa en la Profincia de Chimborazo, Ecuador.
    Andrade, Susana (2004)
    Quito: Abya Yala.

    Associated Search Terms: Native peoples, Latin America; Conversion; Ecuador, Chimborazo; Evangelical, Ecuador
  • Le Réveil Politique des Indiens Protestants de l'Equateur.
    Andrade, Susana (2002)
    Social Compass 49:1: 13-27.

    The indigenous people of Chimborazo were evangelized in a conservative Protestantism that required them to be a-political. When in control of their church they politicized & demanded their rights.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, Ecuador; Ecuador, Chimborazo; Native Ecuadorians; Politics, Ecuador
  • Assembling the "Empire of Morality": State building strategies in Catholic Ecuador, 1861-1875.
    Williams, Derek (2001)
    Journal of Historical Sociology 14:2: 149-174.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Ecuador; Ecuador; Historical; State formation
  • Stratégies d'Adaptation et Résistance Indigène au Protestnatisme en Equateur.
    Andrade, Susana (1999)
    Diogène 187: 49-64.

    Associated Search Terms: Adaptation; Ecuador; Protestant, Ecuador
  • Echoes of the Call: Identity and Ideology among American Missionaries in Ecuador.
    Swanson, Jeffrey (1995)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Based on life histories of 100 Evangelical missionaries in Quito.

    Associated Search Terms: Stranger; Evangelical, Ecuador; Missionary; Identity; Ecuador, Quito
  • The Formation and Development of a Protestant Conversion Movement among the Highland Quichua of Ecuador.
    Kanagy, Conrad L. (1990)
    Sociological Analysis 51:2: 205-217. [Also in William H. Swatos, Jr. (ed.) Religion & Democracy in Latin America (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction, 1995), pp. 135-147]

    Based on 1985 participant observation; focuses on the relationship of religious institutionalization to local economic development.

    Associated Search Terms: Conversion; Protestant, Ecuador; Ecuador, Chimborazo Province, El Troje; Development; Native Ecuadorians
  • Protestantism, Ethnicity, and Class in Chimborazo.
    Muratorio, Blanca (1981)
    In Norman E. Whitten (ed.) Cultural Transformations and Ethnicity in Modern Ecuador. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, pp. 506-534.

    Associated Search Terms: Ecuador, Chimborazo; Ethnic; Stratification; Protestant, Ecuador
  • Religious Conversion and Social Change in an Indian Community of Highland Ecuador.
    Casagrande, Joseph B. (1978)
    In Roswith Hartmann and Udo Oberem (eds.), Amerikanische Studien. Sankt Agustin, Germany: Anthropos Institut.

    Associated Search Terms: Ecuador; Change; Conversion; Native Ecuadorians
  • Christianity and Religion: Evangelical Identity and Sociocultural Organization in Urban Ecuador.
    Maynard Kent A. (1977)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Indiana University. [DA 42:3 A, p. 1229]

    Based on 1978-79 field work; notes Evangelicals have a segmented identity: "Christian," from a conversion experience, & "religious," from church membership.

    Associated Search Terms: Evangelical, Ecuador; Ecuador; Conversion; Experience; Identity
  • La Iglesia en Venezuela y Ecuador. Estudios Socio-Religiosos Latino-Americanos 3.
    Alonso, Isidoro, et al. (1962)
    Fribourg and Bogotà: FERES.

    Associated Search Terms: Ecuador; Catholic, Ecuador; Catholic, Venezuela; Venezuela
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