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Economies of Conversion and Ontologies of Religious Difference: Buddhism, Christianity, and Adversarial Political Perception in Sri Lanka

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Title
Economies of Conversion and Ontologies of Religious Difference: Buddhism, Christianity, and Adversarial Political Perception in Sri Lanka
Published in
Current Anthropology, December 2018
DOI 10.1086/700650
Authors

Neena Mahadev

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#9,573,314
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#824
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#156,963
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#15
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