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  • Prayer behavior in rural Kilimanjaro, Tanzania.
    Manongi, Freddy S., and Peter J. Balint (2014)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 53:4: 760-774.

    Based on surveys. Reports prayer characteristics of Christians in a rural district of Tanzania. Notes similarities to & differences from first world contexts.

    Associated Search Terms: Tanzania; Rural; Prayer
  • Régulation sociale, production économique et symbolique sociale dans les rapports de genre africains. Questions de théorisation et de méthode analytique.
    Turcotte, Paul-André (2011)
    Social Compass 58:1: 69-76.

    The sociologist Mark Diyammi observes that economic precarity leads to conflict between the sexes, & thus religious efforts to promote reconciliation.

    Associated Search Terms: Iraqw (African ethnic group); Social control; Patriarchy; Gender; Economic; Diyammi, Mark; Tanzania
  • History, Community Milieu, and Christian-Muslim Differentials in Contraceptive Use in Sub-Saharan Africa.
    Agadjanian, Victor, Scott T. Yabiku, and Lubayna Fawcett (2009)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48:3:462-479.

    1990-2004 surveys; Christians were more likely to use contraception in Nigeria unless the local Muslim population was large. In Tanzania only proportion of Muslims in the locality predicted contraceptive use.

    Associated Search Terms: Tanzania; Nigeria; Islam, Tanzania; Islam, Nigeria; Christian, Tanzania; Birth control; Christian, Nigeria
  • More than Just Money. The Faith Gospel and Occult Economies in Contemporary Tanzania.
    Lindhardt, Martin (2009)
    Nova Religio 13:1: 41-67.

    Based on 2003-07 field work.

    Associated Search Terms: Tanzania, Iringa; New Life in Christ (African Christian church); Prosperity Gospel, Tanzania; African Christian
  • Healing the wounds of modernity: Salvation, community, and care in a neo-Pentecostal church in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
    Dilger, Hansjorg (2007)
    Journal of Religion in Africa 51: 42-64.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, neo, Tanzania; Tanzania, Dar Es Salaam
  • Healing the wounds of modernity: Salvation, community and care in a neo-Pentecostal church in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
    Dilger, Hansjörg (2007)
    Journal of Religion in Africa 37: 59-83.

    Associated Search Terms: Congregation; Pentecostal, neo, Tanzania; Tanzania, Dar Es Salaam; Parish
  • Priests, Witches and Power. Popular Christianity after Mission in Southern Tanzania.
    Green, Maria (2003)
    New York: Cambridge University Press.

    Anthropological study of practiced Catholicism in a former missionary area. Syncretism remains, as does a popular perception of the Catholic Church as wealthy.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Tanzania; Syncretism; Popular religion; Tanzania, Ulanga; Pogoro
  • Le mouvement prônant la guérison par la foi en Marie: changements sociaux et catholicisme populaire en Tanzanie.
    Sivalon, John, and Christopher Comoro (1998)
    Social Compass 45:4: 575-593.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Healing; Marian; Popular religion; Catholic, Tanzania; Devil; Tanzania
  • La rituel donne à penser.
    Ruel, Malcolm (1996)
    Religiologiques 14: 47-58.

    Reports of beliefs in non-literate societies often reflect implicit beliefs forced by research to be explicit. Illustration is based on 1950s ethnography of the Kuria in East Africa.

    Associated Search Terms: Kenya; Tanzania; Ritual; Methodology; Implicit religion; Participant observation; Kuria
  • Why Christianity is the Religion of Business: Perceptions of the Chruch among Pogoro Catholics, Southern Tanzania.
    Green, Maria (1995)
    Journal of Religion in Africa 25:1: 26-47.

    Associated Search Terms: Pogoro; Catholic, Tanzania; Tanzania, Ulanga
  • The Construction of "Religion" and the Perpetuation of "Tradition" among Pogoro Catholics, Southern Tanzania.
    Green, Maria (1993)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. thesis, University of London.

    Associated Search Terms: Tanzania, Ulanga; Catholic, Tanzania; Pogoro
  • Colonial Evangelism: A Socio-Historical Study of an East African Mission at the Grassroots.
    Beidelman, Thomas O. (1982)
    Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

    Based on mission archives & ethnographic work in Ukaguru, Tanzania, at a mission among the Kaguru.

    Associated Search Terms: Missions; Tanzania, Ukaguru; Christian Missionary Society; Kaguro
  • Development and Religion in Tanzania. Sociological Soundings of Christian Participation in Rural Transformation.
    VanBergen, Jan P. (1981)
    Leiden, The Netherlands: Interuniversity Institute for Missiological and Ecumenical Research.

    Associated Search Terms: Development; Tanzania; Rural; Christian, Tanzania
  • Contradictions between the Sacred and Secular Life: The Church Missionary Society in Ukaguru, Tanzania, West Africa, 1876-1914.
    Beidelman, Thomas O. (1981)
    Compartative Studies in Society and History 23: 73-95.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Tanzania, Ukaguru; Missions
  • Religion as the Dominant Element of the Superstructure among the Pare of Tanzania.
    Lebulu, Josaphat L. (1979)
    Social Compass 26:4: 417-459.

    Associated Search Terms: Pare; Tanzania
  • Cattle for God: An Attempt at a Marxist Analysis of the Religion of East African Herdsmen.
    Bonte, Pierre (1975)
    Social Compass 22:3/4: 381-396.

    The herders of Uganda, Kenya, & Tanzania derive their social strata from religion rather than vice-versa; a marxian approach does not apply.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Tanzania; Kenya; Uganda; Marxian
  • The Ismailis in Tanzania: A Weberian Analysis.
    Bocock, Robert J. (1971)
    British Journal of Sociology 22:4: 365-380.

    Examines the role of the Aga Khan in introducing an Asian Muslim group in Tanzania to rational capitalism during the British era. 1969 study of younger Ismailis adapting to Tanzania socialism.

    Associated Search Terms: Tanzania; Ismaili, Tanzania; Capitalism
  • For a Sociological Concept of Charisma.
    Friedland, William H. (1964)
    Social Forces 43:1: 18-26.

    Uses 1959-60 illustrative material from Tanganyika.

    Associated Search Terms: Charisma; Tanzania
  • The Mosque College of Lamu and its Social Background.
    Lienhardt, Peter (1959)
    Tanganyika Notes and Records 5: 228-242.

    Based on 1958 field work.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Islam, Tanzania; Tanzania
  • Witch Beliefs and Social Structure.
    Wilson, Monica Hunter (1951)
    American Journal of Sociology 56:4: 307-313.

    Compares witch beliefs of the Kyakyusa (Tanzania) & the Pondo (South Africa). Kyakyusas, living in age cohort villages, link witchcraft with food; the clan-endogamous Pondo link it to sex.

    Associated Search Terms: Pondo; Comparative; Witch; Tanzania; South Africa; Kyakyusa
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