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  • Sufi spirituality and the code of Islam in everyday practice: Findings from a qualitative study of a Sufi group in Milan.
    Sündal, Fatma (2012)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and Enzo Pace (eds.) Mapping Religion and Spirituality in a Postsecular World. Religion and the Social Order 22. Leiden: Brill, pp. 181-199.

    Based on participat observation & interviews in a Jerrahi-Halveti group in Milano; focuses on a small number of converts.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Experience; Italy, Milano; Conversion; Islam, Italy; Convert; Spirituality; Sufi, Italy; Everyday life
  • Cause matrimoniali nei tribunali ecclesiastici regionali di Milano e Roma.
    Brunetta, Giuseppe (1977)
    Aggiornamenti sociali 27:4: 269-277.

    Associated Search Terms: Italy, Milano; Annulment; Marriage; Italy, Rome
  • Religione alla periferia: Ricerca sull'attegiamento religiosi in a quartiere di Milano.
    Bussetti, Giancarlo, P. Corbetta, and F. Ricardi (1974)
    Bologna: Il Mulino.

    Associated Search Terms: Urban; Italy, Milan; Italy, Milano
  • Analisi de alcuni aspetti del processo de secularizazione in un quartiere urbano.
    Corbetta, Pier Giorgio, and Fabio Ricardi (1972)
    Studi di Sociologia 10:1: 29-79.

    Analyzes 1970 data from a part of Milano: belief in God, in life after death, salience, & practice; by age, sex, class, education, place of origin.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Italy, Milano; Italy, Milan; Urban; Secularization; Salience; Belief
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