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  • The Sword against the Crescent: Religion and Violence in Muslim Southeast Asia.
    Hefner, Robert W. (2007)
    In Linell E. Cady and Sheldon W. Simon (eds.) Religion and Conflcit in South and Southeast Asia. New York: Routledge.

    Associated Search Terms: Conflict; Islam; Violence; Asia, Southeast
  • Muslim and non-Muslim Differences in Female Autonomy and Fertility: Evidence from four Asian Countries.
    Morgan. S. Philip, Sharon Stash, Karen O. Mason, and Herbert L. Smith (2002)
    Population and Development Review 28:3: 515-538.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Asia; Women; Fertility
  • Social Theory, Ethnography and the Understanding of Practical Islam in Southeast Asia.
    Ellen, Roy (1983)
    In M.B. Hooker (ed.) Islam in Southeast Asia. Leiden: Brill, pp. 50-91.

    Associated Search Terms: Asia, Southeast; Everyday life; Islam, Asia; Participant observation
  • Muslim Puritans: Reformist Psychology in Southeast Asian Islam.
    Peacock, James L. (1978)
    Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Economic; Protestant Ethic; Asia, Southeast; Islam, Asia
  • Muslim and Christian Attitudes toward Fasting in Southeast Asia.
    Tamney, Joseph B. (1977)
    Review of Religious Research 19:1: 3-15.

    Analyzes 1969-70 survey data from undergraduates in the Philippines, Indonesia, & Singapore. Though Muslims more than Christians value fasting, they increasingly give it this-worldly meaning.

    Associated Search Terms: Fasting; Students, undergraduate; Asia, Southeast; Islam
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