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  • Attendance at a Billy Graham Crusade: A Resource Mobilization Approach.
    Johnson, Norris R., David A. Choate, and William Bunis (1984)
    Sociological Analysis 45:4: 383-392.

    Attendance at a Cincinnati, Ohio, crusade depended on local churches mobilizing their congregations.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Resource mobilization; United States, Ohio, Cincinnati; Billy Graham Crusade
  • The Lost World of Billy Graham.
    Apel, William D. (1979)
    Review of Religious Research 20:2: 138-149.

    The theological history behind Billy Graham is important for understanding his movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Billy Graham Crusade
  • Counting Souls: A Study of Counseling at Evangelical Crusades.
    Altheide, David L., and John M. Johnson (1977)
    Pacific Sociological Review 20:3: 323-348.

    Observations & interviews at a 1974 Billy Graham Crusade in Phoenix, Arizona, focusing on the role of "counselors" who elicited responses from attenders.

    Associated Search Terms: Billy Graham Crusade; Revival; United States, Arizona, Phoenix
  • The Civil Religious Dimension: Is it There?
    Wimberley, Ronald C., Donald A. Clelland, Thomas C. Hood, and C. McCurdy Lipsey (1976)
    Social Forces 54:4: 890-900.

    Factor analyzes questionnaire data from 1970 participants in a Billy Graham Crusade; shows the existence of a civil religion dimension.

    Associated Search Terms: Billy Graham Crusade; Factor analysis; Dimensions of religiosity; Civil religion
  • Conversion in a Billy Graham Crusade: Spontaneous Event or Ritual Performance?
    Wimberley, Ronald C., Thomas C. Hood, C. McCurdy Lipsey, and M. Hay (1975)
    Sociological Quarterly 16: 162-170. [Also in Meredith David Pugh (ed.) Collective Behavior: A Source Book. St. Paul, Minnesota: West, 1980, pp. 278-285]

    Uses data provided by the Billy Graham Crusade headquarters. Finds "conversions" are largely ritual.

    Associated Search Terms: Conversion; Ritual; Revival; Billy Graham Crusade
  • In the Company of the Converted: Characteristics of a Billy Graham Crusade Audience.
    Clelland, Donald A., Thomas C. Hood, C.M. Lipsey, and Ronald C. Wimberley (1974)
    Sociological Analysis 35:1: 45-56.

    Based on data from a 1970 revival in Knoxville; attenders were more educated & affluent, had higher prestige occupations, went to church more, & had more conservative rel. beliefs than average area residents. The revival affirmed a threatened life style.

    Associated Search Terms: Revival; Billy Graham Crusade; United States, Tennessee, Knoxville
  • The Popularity of Billy Graham, 1963-1969.
    Alston, Jon P. (1973)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 12:2: 227-230.

    Gallup Poll surveys of American adults.

    Associated Search Terms: Billy Graham Crusade; United States
  • The Religious Crusade: Revival or Ritual?
    Johnson, Weldon T. (1971)
    American Journal of Sociology 76:5: 873-890.

    Reports an experiment that sent participant observers & inactive observers to a Billy Graham revival, & collected questionnaire data from them & from a control group; participant observation had no impact on the observers' beliefs.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Experiment; Methodology; Revival; Billy Graham Crusade
  • Revivalism as Institutionalized Behavior: An Analysis of the Social Base of a Billy Graham Crusade.
    Whitam, Frederick L. (1968)
    Social Science Quarterly 49;1: 115-127.

    Preliminary analysis of "decision cards" from a 1957 New York City crusade & analysis of 1963 follow-up questionnaire data, with a college student control group.

    Associated Search Terms: Revivalism; Revival; Billy Graham Crusade
  • Adolescence and Mass Persuasion: A Study of Teen-Age Decision-Making at a Billy Graham Crusade.
    Whitam, Frederick L. (1965)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Indiana University. [DA 27:2 A, p. 542]

    Preliminary analysis of "decision cards" from a 1957 New York Billy Graham Crusade. Analyzes 1963 follow-up questionnaire data from the same people & a college student control group.

    Associated Search Terms: Adolescents; Billy Graham Crusade; Conversion
  • Decision for Christ: Billy Graham in New York City.
    Lang, Kurt, and Gladys Engel Lang (1960)
    In M.P. Stein, A. Vidich, and D. White (eds.) Identity and Anxiety. Glencoe, Illinois: Free Press, pp. 415-427.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, New York, New York; Social movement; Billy Graham Crusade
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