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  • Religious dialogue in the Nicaraguan revolution.
    Reed, Jean-Pierre (2008)
    Politics and Religion 1:2: 270-299.

    Associated Search Terms: Discourse; Revolution; Nicaragua; Politics, Nicaragua
  • Revolutionary Evangelicals in Nicaragua: Political Opportunity, Class Interests, and Religious Identity.
    Smith, Christian (1997)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 36:3: 440-454.

    Analyzes 1990 Nicaraguan survey data; Evangelicals more than Catholics supported the left.

    Associated Search Terms: Nicaragua; Politics, Nicaragua; Catholic, Nicaragua; Stratification; Evangelical, Nicaragua
  • The Catholic Church in the Nicaraguan Revolution: A Gramscian Analysis.
    Sawchuk, Dana (1997)
    Sociology of Religion 58:1: 39-51.

    Associated Search Terms: Conflict; Gramsci, Antonio; Catholic, Nicaragua; Nicaragua; Politics, Nicaragua
  • Church and State in Honduras and Nicaragua Prior to 1979.
    Shepherd, Frederick M. (1993)
    Sociology of Religion 54:3: 277-293. [Also in William H. Swatos, Jr. (ed.) Religion & Democracy in Latin America. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction, 1995, pp. 117-133]

    Contrasts church/state relations & role of the church in reform movements in Honduras & Nicaragua.

    Associated Search Terms: Nicaragua; State; Catholic, Nicaragua; Catholic, Honduras; Politics, Nicaragua; Politics, Honduras; Honduras
  • Nicaragua's Other Revolution: Religious Faith and Political Struggle.
    Dodson, Michael, and Laura Nuzzi O'Shaughnessy (1990)
    Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Nicaragua; Politics, Nicaragua; Revolution
  • The Catholic Church and Politics in Nicragua and Costa Rica.
    Williams, Philip J. (1989)
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Comparative; Costa Rica; Nicaragua; Politics, Costa Rica; Politics, Nicaragua; Catholic, Nicaragua; Catholic, Costa Rica
  • Thanks to God and the Revolution: Popular Religion and Class Consciousness in the New Nicaragua.
    Lancaster, Roger N. (1988)
    New York: Columbia University Press.

    Based on ethnographic data.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Nicaragua; Popular religion; Nicaragua; Politics, Nicaragua; Marxian; Participant observation
  • Protestantismo Popular y Política en Guatemala y Nicaragua.
    Bastian, Jean-Pierre (1986)
    Revista Mexicana de Sociologia 48:3: 181-199.

    Observes that the penetration of Protestantism has been tied to political interests from the beginning.

    Associated Search Terms: Nicaragua; Protestant, Guatemala; Protestant, Nicaragua; Politics, Guatemala; Guatemala; Politics, Nicaragua
  • Religión Popular Protestante y Comportamiento Politico en América Central. Cleintela Religiosa y Estado Patron en Guatemala y Nicaragua.
    Bastian, Jean-Pierre (1986)
    Christianismo y Sociedad 24/88: 41-56.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Guatemala; Protestant, Nicaragua; Guatemala; Nicaragua; Politics, Guatemala; Politics, Nicaragua
  • Religion et société politique au Nicaragua après la révolution sandiniste.
    Avila, Raphaël (1983)
    Social Compass 30:2/3: 233-259.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Nicaragua; Politics, Nicaragua; Nicaragua
  • Religion y Sociedad Politica--El caso de Nicaragua.
    Avila, Raphaël (1982)
    Dissertation doctorale en sociologie, l'Université Catholique de Louvain.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Nicaragua; Nicaragua; Catholic, Nicaragua
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