Religious associations, religious innovations and denominational identities in contemporary global cities

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Casanova, José. (2013). Religious associations, religious innovations and denominational identities in contemporary global cities. In In I. Becci, M. Burchardt and J. Casanova (Ed.). Topographies of faith: Religion in urban spaces pp. 113 - 127 Koninklijke Brill NV.
AuthorsCasanova, José
EditorsI. Becci, M. Burchardt and J. Casanova
Page range113 - 127
Year2013
Book titleTopographies of faith: Religion in urban spaces
PublisherKoninklijke Brill NV
Place of publicationLeiden, The Netherlands
ISBN9789004248878
Research GroupInstitute for Social Justice
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