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  • Conversion as a New Lifestyle: An Exploratory Study of Soka Gakkai in Italy.
    Berzano, Luigi, and Eliana Martoglio (2009)
    In Guiseppe Giordan (ed.) Conversion in the Age of Pluralism. Leiden: Brill, pp. 213-241.

    Consiers a 'lew life-style conversion,' wherein practice rather than identity changes.

    Associated Search Terms: Italy; Practice; Soka Gakkai, Italy; Conversion
  • A Neo-Durkheimian Analysis of a New Religious Movement: The Case of Soka Gakkai in Italy.
    Barone, Carlo (2007)
    Theory and Society 36:2: 117-140.

    Associated Search Terms: Italy; Soka Gakkai, Italy
  • IdentitÓ e identificazione. Il pluralisme religioso nell'entreterra palermitano.
    Berzano, Luigi, and PierLuigi Zoccatelli (2005)
    Caltanisetta and Roma: Salvatore Sciascia.

    Based on research in the Diocese of Monreale; focuses on the minority religions.

    Associated Search Terms: Mennonite, Italy; Magic; Jehovah┤s Witness, Italy; Seventh-day Adventist, Italy; Soka Gakkai, Italy; Mormon, Italy; Folk religion; Pentecostal, Italy; Italy, Sicily, Monreale
  • Buddhism in Action; Case Studies from Italy.
    Macioti, Maria Immacolata (2000)
    In David Machacek and Bryan Wilson (eds.) Global Citizens: The Soka Gakkai Buddhist Movement in the World. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 375-401.

    Associated Search Terms: Soka Gakkai, Italy; Italy
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