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  • When heterodoxy becomes heresy: Using Bourdieu's concept of doxa to describe state-sanctioned exclusion in Pakistan.
    Qadir, Ali (2015)
    Sociology of Religion 76:2: 155-176.

    Examines declassified transcripts of Pakistani parliamentary discussions of constitutional amendments that made Ahmadiyya heretical & subject to persecution.

    Associated Search Terms: Ahmadiyya; Bourdieu, Pierre; Doxa; Heresy; Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan; Persecution; Politics, Pakistan; Symbolic capital; Discourse
  • Religion in public action. From actors to settings.
    Lichterman, Paul (2012)
    Sociological Theory 30:1: 15-36.

    Ethnographies of a faith-based homeless advocacy organization & an activist campaign for housing show the development of social capital rather than the addition of religious persons or entities to be instrumental in social change.

    Associated Search Terms: Activism; Dramaturgy; Homeless; Participant observation; Social capital; Symbolic interactionism
  • Religión, política y capital simbólico. Reflexiones en torno al caso de Santiago del Estero.
    Martinez, Ana (2009)
    Revista Argentina de Sociología 7:12/13: 76-94.

    Argentina, 1990-2005.

    Associated Search Terms: Symbolic capital; Politics, Argentina; Argentina, Santiago del Estero
  • Spiritual Capital: Theorizing Religion with Bourdieu against Bordieu.
    Verter, Bradford (2003)
    Sociological Theory 21:2: 150-174.

    Associated Search Terms: Esoteric; Symbolic capital; Bourdieu, Pierre; Habitus; Spiritual capital; Conversion
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