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  • Jamaica Genesis: Religion and the Politics of Moral Order.
    Austin-Broos, Diane J. (1997)
    Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Based on 1980s field work.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Jamaica; Women; Moral; Jamaica; Pentecostal, Jamaica
  • Religion, EthnicitÚ et Politique en Cara´be.
    Constant, Fred (1994)
    Revue franšaise de science politique 44:1: 49-74.

    Examines the political relevance of religious & ethnic cleavages in the Caribbean nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Surinam; Comparative; Politics, Haiti; Politics, Guyana; Haiti; Surinam; Jamaica; Politics, Puerto Rico; Puerto Rico; Politics, Jamaica; Guyana
  • Prophecy and Ecstacy: Religion and Politics in the Caribbean.
    Glazier, Stephen D. (1986)
    In Jeffrey K. Hadden and Anson D. Shupe, Jr. (eds.), Prophetic Religions and Politics. (Religion and the Political Order, Volume One). New York: Paragon House, pp. 430-447.

    Discusses Rastafarians, Vodun, & Spiritual Baptists.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Caribbean; Spiritual Baptist; Voodoo, Haiti; Rastafarian, Jamaica; Caribbean
  • Political Cultism in West Kingston, Jamaica.
    Simpson, George Eaton (1955)
    Social and Economic Studies 4:2: 133-149.

    Based on 1953 field work; describes doctrine, meetings, & song lyrics; assesses the political significance of the Rastafarian movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Jamaica; Jamaica, West Kingston; Music; Rastafarian, Jamaica
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