Pentecostal Cultural Change
Negotiating Respect is a book about Pentecostal cultural change and meaning making among evangelical converts and the role of religious identity in shaping social realities for Dominican barrio residents. This introductory chapter contextualizes this theme within the study of religion in the Caribbean and situates the book’s theoretical and analytical concerns within the growing field of the anthropology of Christianity. A summary of each chapter is also provided.
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