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  • Pentecostals Moving South-South: Brazilian and Ghanaian Transnationalism in Southern Africa.
    Van de Kamp, Linda, and Rijk van Dijk (2010)
    In Afe Adogame and James V. Spickard (eds.) Religion Crossing Boundaries. Transnational Religious and Social Dynamics in Africa and the New African Diaspora. Leiden: Brill, pp. 123-142.

    Pentecostalism is transnational, but localized rather than uniform. Notes changes when Ghanaian pentecostalism was brouht to Botswana & Brazilian was brough to Mozambique.

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique; Pentecostal, Botswana; Pentecostal, Mozambique; Transnational; Botswana; Ghanaian Botswanians
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