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  • A eficácia simbólica e terapêutica de práticas religiosas entre os trabalhadores brasileiros no Japão.
    Matsue, Regina Yoshie, and Mário Henrique Ogasavara (2013)
    Religião e Sociedade 33:2: 102-120.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazilian Japanese; Healing; Medical; Symbol; Migrant
  • “The last missionary to leave the temple should turn off the light": Sociological remarks on the decline of Japanese "immigrant" Buddhism in Brazil.
    Usarski, Frank (2008)
    Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 35:1: 39-59.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil; Buddhist, Brazil; Japanese Brazilians; Migrant
  • Religious Syncretism Japanese Style in Brazil.
    Clarke, Peter B. (2006)
    In Anton van Harskamp (ed.) Playful Religion: Challenges for the Study of Religion. Eburon: Delft, pp. 123-135.

    Associated Search Terms: Japanese Brazilians; Syncretism
  • As novas religiões japonesas como instrumento de transmissão da cultura japonesa no Brasil.
    Tomita, Andréa Gomes Santiago (2004)
    Rever--Revista de estudos da religião 4:3: 88-102.

    Associated Search Terms: Japanese Brazilians; New religions; Migrant; Brazil; Generations
  • The Cultural Impact of New Religions in Latin and Central America and the Caribbean with Special Reference to Japanese New Religions.
    Clarke, Peter B. (1995)
    Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies 4:1: 117-126.

    Associated Search Terms: Buddhist, Brazil; Scientology, Latin America; Hare Krishna, Latin America; Japanese Brazilians
  • The Transplanting of Seicho-no-ie from Japan to Brazil: Moving beyond the Ethnic Enclave.
    Carpenter, Robert T., and Wade Clark Roof (1995)
    Journal of Contemporary Religion 10:1: 41-54.

    Sees the Brazilian environment receptive to an eclectic new religion such as Seicho-no-ie.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Transplantation; Seicho-no-ie, Brazil; New religions; Japanese Brazilians; Eclecticism; Brazil
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