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  • Measuring Muslims: The Problems of Religiosity and Intra-religious Diversity.
    Wiktor-Mach, Dobroslawa (2012)
    In Luigi Berzano and Ole Preben Riis (eds.) Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion 3. New Methods in the Sociology of Religion. Leiden: Brill, pp. 207-227.

    Surveys in Azerbaijan have shown inconsistent accounts because of technical problems with the survey wordings & pluralism within such a category as "Muslim."

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Azerbaidjan; Islam, Azerbaidjan; Survey; Pluralism; Methods
  • Competing Islamic Traditions: An Anthropological Perspective.
    Wiktor-Mach, Dobroslawa (2010)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Azerbaidjan; Azerbaidjan; Pluralism
  • The Global-local Intersection of Feminism in Muslim Societies: The Cases of Iran and Azerbaijan.
    Tohidi, Nayereh (2002)
    Social Research 69:3: 851-887.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Azerbaidjan; Azerbaidjan; Iran; Islam, Iran; Feminism
  • Description du Niveau Actuel de la Religiosité dans les Régions de Belokany, Zakataly et Kakhi.
    Datunashvili, I.I. (1974)
    Social Compass 21:2: 121-126.

    Early 1960s study of Sunni religious life in 3 regions of Azerbaidjan SSSR; focuses on informal religious structures as reflected in the cult of healing saints & funerary ritual.

    Associated Search Terms: Azerbaidjan; Popular religion; Ritual; Death; Soviet Union, Azerbaidjan; Islam, Azerbaidjan; Saints
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