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  • Born Again in Balaka: Pentecostal Versus Catholic Narratives of Religious Transformation in Rural Malawi.
    Manglos, Nicolette D. (2010)
    Sociology of Religion 71:4: 409-431.

    Based on 2007 interview data from born again young adults in rural Balaka District, Malawi; Pentecostals are more likely to believe they can convert to a new way of life than Catholics.

    Associated Search Terms: Born again experience; Catholic, Malawi; Young adults; Pentecostal, Malawi; Malawi
  • Religion and HIV Risk Behaviors among Married Men: Initial Results from a Study in Rural sub-Saharan Africa.
    Trinitapoli, Jenny, and Mark D. Regnerus (2006)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45:4: 505-528.

    Associated Search Terms: Malawi; Medical; Practice; AIDS; Pentecostal, Malawi
  • Modernity's limits: Pentecostalism and the moral rejection of alcohol in Malawi.
    Dijk, Rijk van (2002)
    In Deborah Fahy Bryceson (ed.) alcohol in Africa: Mixing Business, Pleasure, and Politics. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann, pp. 249-265.

    Associated Search Terms: Alcohol; Malawi; Pentecostal, Malawi
  • Pentecostalism, cultural memory and the state: Contested representations of time in Pentecostal Malawi.
    Dijk, Rijk van (1998)
    In Richard Werbner (ed.) Memory and the Postcolony: African Anthropology and the Critique of Power. London: Zed, pp. 155-181.

    Associated Search Terms: Time; Pentecostal, Malawi; Malawi; Memory
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