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  • Religião e conflitos politicos na Venezuela: católicos e evangélicos frente ao governo de Hugo Chávez.
    Smilde, David (2012)
    Religião e Sociedade 32:2: 13-28.

    Associated Search Terms: Evangelical, Venezuela; Politics, Venezuela; Venezuela; Conflict; Catholic, Venezuela
  • Reason to Believe: Cultural Agency in Latin American Evangelicalism.
    Smilde, David (2007)
    Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Focuses on male Evangelicals in Venezuela.

    Associated Search Terms: Alcohol; Participant observation; Venezuela; Evangelical, Venezuela; Gender
  • A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Conversion to Venezuelan Evangelism: How Networks Matter.
    Smilde, David (2005)
    American Journal of Sociology 111:3: 757-796.

    Based on life-history interviews with 55 men from 2 churches in Venezuela.

    Associated Search Terms: Conversion; Network; Venezuela; Evangelical, Venezuela
  • Works of the Flesh, Fruit of the Spirit: Religious Action Frames and Meaning Networks in Venezuelan Evangelicalism.
    Smilde, David (2000)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago.

    Associated Search Terms: Venezuela; Evangelical, Venezuela; Network
  • The Fundamental Unity of the Conservative and Revolutionary Tendencies in Venezuelan Evangelicalism: The Case of Conjugal Relations.
    Smilde, David (1997)
    Religion 27:4: 343-359.

    Associated Search Terms: Family; Venezuela; Evangelical, Venezuela; Change
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