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  • L'islam populaire kazakh et ouzbek: enracimements locaux et mondialisations.
    Vuillemenot, Anne-Marie (2006)
    Recherches sociologiques 2006:2: 63-78.

    Popular Islam is cultivated by rulers in central Asia as a counter to radical political Islam.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Kazakhstan; Islam, Uzbekistan; Popular religion; Shamanism
  • Femmes d'Autorité en Asie Centrale. Quête des Ancêtres et Recompositions Identitaires dans l'Islam Postsoviétique.
    Fathi, Habiba (2004)
    Paris: Maisonneuve & Larose.

    Based on 1995-99 participant observation.

    Associated Search Terms: Tajikistan; Islam, Turkmenistan; Women; Turkmenistan; Popular religion; Participant observation; Kyrgystan; Kazakhstan; Islam, Uzbekistan; Islam, Kyrgystan; Islam, Tajikistan; Uzbekistan; Islam, Kazakhstan
  • Shaping an Islamic Identity: Religion, Islamism, and the State in Central Asia.
    Gunn, T. Jeremy (2003)
    Sociology of Religion 64:3: 389-410.

    State efforts to moderate Islamist influences have the effect of strengthening them.

    Associated Search Terms: Kazakhstan; State; Islam; Turkmenistan; Tajikistan; Kyrgystan; Uzbekistan
  • Faithlines: Muslim Conceptions of Islam and Society.
    Riaz, Hassan (2002)
    Karachi: Oxford University Press.

    Based on interviews with educated Muslims in 4 nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Kazakhstan; Egypt; Islam, Pakistan; Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia; Religiosity; Islam, Egypt; Kazakhstan; Pakistan
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