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  • Passive Revolution: Absorbing the Islamic Challenge to Capitalism.
    Tugal, Cihan Z. (2009)
    Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Politics, Turkey; Turkey, Istanbul; Islam, Turkey
  • The Appeal of Islamic Politics: Ritual and Dialogue in a Poor District of Turkey.
    Tugal, Cihan Z. (2006)
    Sociological Quarterly 47:2: 245-273.

    Ethnography in a squatter section of Istanbul shows the Islamist party supported not as an Islamic expression but as a "reflection & refraction" of experienced interactions.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Turkey, Istanbul; Political Islam; Islam, Turkey; Politics, Turkey
  • Embedded Motion. Sacred Travel among Mevlevi Dervishes.
    Nikolaisen, Bente (2004)
    In Simon Coleman and John Eade (eds.) Reframing Pilgrimage. Cultures in Motion. London: Routledge, pp. 91-104.

    Based on interviews with Turkish dervishes who travel out of the country to perform their ritual in public. Mevlevi dervishes often debated which destinations were appropriate.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Turkey; Pilgrimage; Islam, Sufi, Mevlevi; Turkey, Istanbul; Mysticism; Dervish
  • Knowledge in Trust: Sufi Women in Istanbul.
    Raudvere, Catharina (2003)
    Social Compass 50:1: 23-34.

    Ethnography of an informal female Sufi network in Istanbul.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Women; Turkey, Istanbul; Sufi, Turkey; Islam, Turkey
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