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  • Class and Culture in Urban India. Fundamentalism in a Christian Community.
    Caplan, Lionel (1988)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Study of a community in Madras.

    Associated Search Terms: India, Madras, Madras; Fundamentalist, India
  • Class and urban migration in south India: Christian elites in Madras City.
    Caplan, Lionel (1976)
    Sociological Bulletin 25:2: 207-224.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; India, Madras, Madras; Class; Christian, India; Migration; Urban
  • The South Indian Temple, Authority, Honour and Redistribution.
    Appadurai, Arjun, and Carol Appadurai Breckenridge (1976)
    Contributions to Indian Sociology 10:2: 187-211.

    Based on 1973-74 field work at the Sri Minaski-Sundaresvarar Temple, Madurai (Tamil Nadu), & the Sri Parthasarathi Svami Temple, Madras City.

    Associated Search Terms: India, Tamil-Nadu, Madurai; India, Madras, Madras; Authority; Hindu, India; Participant observation
  • A Study of Student Attitudes Toward Religion, the Spiritual and the Supernatural.
    Adinarayan, S.P., and M. Rajamanickam (1962)
    Journal of Social Psychology 57: 105-111.

    Student survey at Annamalai U.; major, SES, rurality, & politics correlated with religiosity; practice was more important than clergy, future life, or spirits.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; India, Madras State; Practice; Urban/rural; Politics, India; Students, undergraduate
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