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Religious phenomenology, sociodemography and ecology in the rural Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

@inproceedings{Manongi2012ReligiousPS,
  title={Religious phenomenology, sociodemography and ecology in the rural Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania},
  author={F. Manongi},
  year={2012}
}
At the dawn of the twenty-first century, in what some have termed the ‘postmodern age’, and amidst scientific and technological advancements and interconnected globalized economies, religion appears to play an even more significant and public role in rural societies in Africa than in the past. Due to this, some interesting questions have risen, such as the following: To what extent do religious beliefs shape the economy and socio-demography of rural people and, conversely, to what extent do… Expand

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