Religion and Democracy in Latin America


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Smith, Amy Erica. Religion and Brazilian Democracy: Mobilizing the People of God. Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press.

Boas, Taylor, and Amy Erica Smith. Forthcoming. Looks Like Me, Thinks Like Me? Descriptive Representation and Opinion Congruence in Brazil. Latin American Research Review.

Smith, Amy Erica. 2017. Democratic Talk in Church: Religion and Political Socialization in the Context of Urban Inequality. World Development.

Smith, Amy Erica. 2016. When Clergy are Threatened: Catholic and Protestant Leaders and Political Activism in Brazil. Politics and Religion.

Boas, Taylor, and Amy Erica Smith. 2015. Religion and the Latin American Voter. In The Latin American Voter, eds. Ryan Carlin, Matthew Singer, and Liz Zechmeister. University of Michigan Press.

Smith, Amy Erica. 2014. Pastors and Politics: Brazilian Public Opinion Regarding Clergy Endorsements of Candidates. AmericasBarometer Insights 113.


Working Papers

Smith, Amy Erica. Authoritarianism and Church Influence on Ideology and Behavior. (Working Paper)

Smith, Amy Erica, and Emma Rosenberg. What Drives Religious Politicking? Unpacking Modernization Theory. (Working Paper)