Gender, Practice, and Faith in Nicaragua: Constructing the Popular and Making 'common Sense'
Avebury, 1996 - 265 pages
An examination of the relationship between political consciousness and religious discourse in Nicaragua during the period of revolutionary government and since the FSLN's (Sandinista National Liberation Front)1990 electoral loss.
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The theory and practice of CEBs and the popular
An analysis of San Pablo the
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