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Church, bureaucracy, and the state : bureaucratic formalization in a pentecostal church of Zambia

Church, bureaucracy, and the state : bureaucratic formalization in a pentecostal church of Zambia

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KIRSCH, Thomas G., 2003. Church, bureaucracy, and the state : bureaucratic formalization in a pentecostal church of Zambia. In: Zeitschrift für Ethnologie. 128(2), pp. 213-231. ISSN 0044-2666

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