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  • Religione e religiosità fra i Cinesi a Torino.
    Zoccatelli, PierLuigi (2010)
    In Luigi Berzano et al., Cinesi a Torino. La crescita di un arcipelago. Bologna: Il Mulino, pp. 203-254.

    Describes the traditional Chinese holistic worldview. Reports interview data on fortune telling & other practices, supernatural beliefs, & adherence to traditions.

    Associated Search Terms: Chinese Italians; Italy, Turin
  • Din wa dynya: l'ortopraxxi islamica nella quotidianità degli immigrati marocchini.
    Fantauzzi, Annamaria (2009)
    Religioni e società 65: 37-46.

    Associated Search Terms: Moroccan Italians; Italy, Turin; Islam, Italy; Migrant; Everyday life
  • Islam in emigrazione: continuità e cambiamento dell'identità religiosa.
    Belaid, Abdelsalam, Starlin Arush, Kamal Chaifouroosh, and Vanessa Maher (1991)
    Religioni e società 12: 43-54.

    Based on 1988-91 participant observation & life history research among Moslem immigrants in Turin.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Italy, Turin; Migrant; Islam, Italy
  • Una Confraternità Musulmana in Emigrazione: I Murid del Senegal.
    Carter, Donald (1991)
    Religioni e società 12: 60-78.

    Examines the founding of a dahira, a Mouride association, in the Senegalese immigrant community of Turin.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Italy; Migrant; Italy, Turin; Senegalese Italians; Dahira; Ethnic; Mouride, Italy
  • Diavolo, diavoli. Torino e altrove.
    Barbano, Filippo (ed.) (1988)
    Milano: Bompiani.

    Associated Search Terms: Devil; Exorcism; Italy, Turin
  • Une Istituzione Ecclesiale in Cambiamento.
    Anfossi, Giuseppe, and Sergio Zenatti (1975)
    Quaderni di Sociologia 24:3: 244-266.

    Study of the theological seminary at Turin, 1966-72, highlighting the breakdown of institutional & ideological totalitarianism.

    Associated Search Terms: Seminary; Italy, Turin; Change
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