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Book chapterUdvardy, M. (2014)
Loss of Purity? Kenyan ethnic politics and the reality of Giriama fantasies of coastal culture
In: Gearhart, R.; Giles, L. (eds.), Contesting Identities: The Mijikenda and their neighbors in Kenyan coastal society. Trenton N.J.: Africa World Press. p. 73-98.

Periodical articleMbuba, C.K.; Abubakar, A.; Hartley, S.; Odermatt, P.; Newton, C.R.; Carter, J.A. (2012)
Development and Validation of the Kilifi Epilepsy Beliefs and Attitude Scale
Abstract presentEpilepsy and Behavior. Volume 24 #4. p. 480-487.

Periodical articleMbuba, C.K.; Abubakar, A.; Odermatt, P.; Newton, C.R.; Carter, J.A. (2012)
Development and Validation of the Kilifi Stigma Scale for Epilepsy in Kenya
Abstract presentEpilepsy and Behavior. Volume 24 #1. p. 81-85.

Book chapterGiles, L. (2006)
The Role of Spirits in Swahili Coastal Society
In: Nicolini, B. (ed.), Studies in Witchcraft, Magic, War and Peace in Africa: Nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press. p. 61-85.

Periodical articleMcIntosh, J. (2006)
'Going Bush': Black magic, white ambivalence and boundaries of belief in postcolonial Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 36 #3-4. p. 254-295.

Periodical articleMcIntosh, J. (2004)
Reluctant Muslims: Embodied hegemony and moral resistance in a Giriama spirit possession complex
Abstract presentJournal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Volume 10 #1. p. 91-112.

Book chapterMcIntosh, J. (1996)
Professed Disbelief and Gender Identity on the Coast of Kenya
In: Warner, N.; Ahlers, J.; Bilmes, L.; Oliver, M.; Wertheim, S.; Chen, M. (eds.), Gender and Belief Systems: Proceedings of the 4th Berkeley Women and Language Conference, April 1996. Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley Women and Language Group. p. 481-490.

Dissertation / thesisGiles, L. (1989)
Spirit Possession on the Swahili Coast: Peripheral cults or primary texts
PhD thesis. Austin: University of Texas.

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