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  • Women's schooling and religious mobility: Joining, switching, and quitting church in a Christian sub-Saharan setting.
    Agadjanian, Victor (2017)
    Sociology of Religion 78:4: 411-436

    Analyzes 2008 survey data from women in a largely Christian region of Mozambique. Within the Christian population, educational attainment positively predicts switching from on Christian group to another, esp. Catholic, mainline, & new Pentecostal groups, as distinct from African Christian churches. It inversely predicts apostasy.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Conversion; Education; Apostate; Mozambique; Stratification
  • Violent conversion: Brazilian Pentecostalism and urban women in Mozambique.
    van de Kamp, Linda (2016)
    Suffolk, UK: James Curey

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique, Maputo; Pentecostal, Mozambique; Conversion; Women
  • Religious belonging, religious agency, and women's autonomy in Mozanbique.
    Agadjanian, Victor, and Scott T. Yabiku (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:3: 461-476.

    Based on 2008 interview data from women aged 15-50 in a largely Christian area of southern Mozambique. Catholics & mainline Protestants (liberal) had higher autonomy than Apostolic, other Pentecostal, & unaffiliated women.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Mozambique; Africanist; Apostolic, Mozambique; Autonomy; Denomination (organizational entity); Gender traditionalism; Mozambique, Chibuto District, Gaza Province; Women; Catholic, Mozambique; Protestant (mainline), Mozambique
  • Religious denomination, religious involvement and contraceptive use in Mozambique.
    Agadjanian, Victor (2013)
    Studies in Family Planning 44:3: 259-274.

    Associated Search Terms: Birth control; Denomination (organizational entity); Mozambique; Religiosity
  • Afro-Brazilian Pentecostalism re-formation of relationships across two generations of Mozambican women.
    van de kamp, Linda (2012)
    Journal of Religion in Africa 42:4: 433-452.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender traditionalism; Mozambique; Pentecostal, Afro-Brazilian, Mozambique; Women; Family
  • Fighting down the scourge, building up the church: Organizational constraints in religious involvement with HIV/AIDS in Mozambique.
    Agadjanian, Victor, and Cecilia Menjívar (2011)
    Global Public Health Special Issue on Religious Responses to HIV and AIDS S148-S162.

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique; AIDS; Health
  • Pentecostals Moving South-South: Brazilian and Ghanaian Transnationalism in Southern Africa.
    Van de Kamp, Linda, and Rijk van Dijk (2010)
    In Afe Adogame and James V. Spickard (eds.) Religion Crossing Boundaries. Transnational Religious and Social Dynamics in Africa and the New African Diaspora. Leiden: Brill, pp. 123-142.

    Pentecostalism is transnational, but localized rather than uniform. Notes changes when Ghanaian pentecostalism was brouht to Botswana & Brazilian was brough to Mozambique.

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique; Pentecostal, Botswana; Pentecostal, Mozambique; Transnational; Botswana; Ghanaian Botswanians
  • Manejos da religião, da etnicidade e recursos de classe na construção de uma cultura migratória transnacional.
    Bastos, Susana Pereira (2009)
    Análise Social 190: 43-69.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Mozambique; Indian British; Islam, Mozambique; Hindu, Mozambique; Stratification; Migrant
  • Promises and challenges of faith-based AIDS care and support in Mozambique.
    Agadjanian, Victor, and Soma Sen (2007)
    American Journal of Public Health 95: 362-367.

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique; AIDS
  • The Holy Spirit in the household: Pentecostaism, gender, and neolibealism in Mozambique.
    Pfeiffer, James, Kenneth Gimbel-Sherr, and Orvalho J. Augusto (2007)
    American Anthropologist 109:4: 688-700.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender; Mozambique; Pentecostal, Mozambique; Neoliberalism
  • Gender, Religious Involvement, and HIV/AIDS Prevention in Mozambique.
    Agadjanian, Victor (2006)
    Social Science & Medicine 61: 1529-1539.

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique; Health; AIDS
  • But the manifestation of the Spirit is given to every man to profit withal: Zion churches in Mozambique since the early 20th century.
    Seibert, Gerhard (2005)
    Social Sciences and Missions 17:1: 125-150.

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique; Zionist Church, Africa
  • Civil society, NGOs, and the Holy Spirit in Mozambique.
    Pfeiffer, James (2004)
    Human Organization 63: 359-372.

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique; Pentecostal, Mozambique
  • African independent churches in Mozambique: Healing the afflictions of inequality.
    Pfeiffer, James (2002)
    Medical Anthropology Quarterly 16: 176-199.

    Associated Search Terms: African Christian; Healing; Mozambique; Stratification
  • Igrejas Zione no espaço socioculural urbano de Moçambique nos anos 1980s-1990s.
    Agadjanian, Victor (1999)
    Lusotopie. Enjeux contemporains dans les espaces lusophones 1999: 415-423.

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique; Urban; Apostolic, Mozambique; Zionist Church, Africa
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