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  • Les sites d'eau bénite chrétiens en Éthiopie et le sida: tensions entre des dynamiques sacrées et profanes.
    Hermann, Judith (2012)
    Social Compass 59:3: 357-366.

    The introduction of antiretroviral drugs in a healing site was thought to undermine the power of he holy water, leading pilgrims to an alternative site where they were more discreet about resorting to modern medicine.

    Associated Search Terms: Healing; Sacred/profane; Pilgrimage; Ethiopian Orthodox; Ethiopia; AIDS; Ritual
  • Le rituel de l'eau bénite. Une réponse sociale et symbolique à la pandéme du sida.
    Hermann, Judith (2010)
    Les annales d'Étiopie 25: 229-245.

    Associated Search Terms: AIDS; Ethiopia; Ethiopian Orthodox; Medical; Ritual
  • A Sociological History of Christian Worship.
    Stringer, Martin D. (2005)
    Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; India, Kerala; Armenian Apostolic Church; Georgian Orthodox; Habitus; Ritual; Great Britain, Salisbury; Great Britain, England; Popular religion; Orthodox, eastern; Ethiopian Orthodox; Discourse
  • Note sur l'Appartenance Religieuse en Ethiopie.
    Vangsi, J. (1985)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 30/59:1: 113-130.

    Overview of data showing Ethiopia 55% Monophysite Christian.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethiopia; Ethiopian Orthodox
  • The Orthodox Church of Ethiopia as a Social Institution.
    Göricke, Fred, and Friedrich Heyer (1976)
    In Günter Dux and Thomas Luckmann (eds.), Beiträge zur Wissenssoziologie. Beiträge zur Religionssoziologie, Bd. 10. Opladen: Westdeutschr Verlag, pp. 181-241.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethiopia; Ethiopian Orthodox
  • Traditional Amhara Society.
    Hoben, Allan (1970)
    In A. Tuden and L. Plotnicov (eds.), Social Stratification in Africa. New York: Free Press.

    The Ethiopian Orthodox see heaven as a hierarchical order, much like their social world; order & legitimate control are religiously valued. The church is subservient to the state, often obtaining authority from it.

    Associated Search Terms: State; Ethiopian Orthodox; Ethiopia; Stratification; Legitimation
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