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  • Catholic and Non-Catholic Theologies of Liberation: Poverty, Self-improvement, and Ethics Among Small-scale Entrepreneurs in Guatemala City.
    Gooren, Henri (2002)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41:1: 29-45.

    The individualistic ascetic content of alternatives to Catholicism attracts the poor. Illustrative cases of the Mormons and the neo-pentecostal Lluvias de Gracia in Guatemala City.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Individualism; Lluvias de Gracia; Pentecostal, neo, Guatemala; Asceticism; Base communities; Liberation theology; Guatemala, Guatemala City; Mormon, Guatemala
  • Pentecôtisme, pratiques thérapeutiques et rapport à la maladie. L'Église Lluvias de Gracia de Guatemala Ciudad.
    Pédron-Colombani, Sylvie (1995)
    L'Ethnographie 91:2: 77-94.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Participant observation; Pentecostal, Guatemala; Lluvias de Gracia; Healing; Guatemala, Guatemala City
  • Rich among the Poor: Church, Firm, and Household among Small-Scale Entrepreneurs in Guatemala City.
    Gooren, Henri (1992)
    Amsterdam: Thela.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Guatemala, Guatemala City
  • Protestant Groups and Coping with Urban Life in Guatemala City.
    Roberts, Bryan R. (1968)
    American Journal of Sociology 73:6: 753-767.

    Protestant sects in Guatemala City recruit immigrants who seek social & economic security but who lack a network of secular relationships.

    Associated Search Terms: Guatemala, Guatemala City; Protestant, Guatemala; Urban; Sect; Migrant
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