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  • Le Bouddhisme mondialisť. Une perspective sociologique sur la globalisation du religieux.
    Liogier, RaphaŽl (2004)
    Paris: Ellipses

    Analyzes the westernization of the Buddhist traditions, globally, with special focus on Asian nations & France, some information on North America and the U.K.. The westernized traditions legitimate political engagement at the infra- & supra-state levels. Uses a typology of Buddhism: pietist-culturalist, nationalist-moralist, elitist-culturalist, intimist-individualist, & solardist-universalist.

    Associated Search Terms: Buddhist, Thailand; Buddhist, Korea; Activism; Buddhist, China; Buddhist, France; Buddhist, Sri Lanka; Buddhist, India; Buddhist, Tibet; Buddhist, U.S.A.; Buddhist, Vietnam; Buddhist, Great Britain; Phenomenology; Zen; Soka Gakkai, France; Soka Gakkai; Buddhist, Japan; Globalization; Buddhist; Buddhist, Burma; Falun Gong; Buddhist, Tibetan, France
  • Organizational Opportunity and Social Movement Mobilization.
    Kurzman, Charles (1998)
    Mobilization 3:1: 23-49.

    Associated Search Terms: Organization; Iran; Civil rights movement; National Baptist Convention, U.S.A.; Liberation theology; Catholic, Latin America; Shi'ite, Iran; Islam, Iran; Latin America; Burma; Politics, Burma; Social movement; Buddhist, Burma
  • D‚na: Du Concept Religieux ŗ ses Manifestations Pratiques en Milieu Bouddhique Birman.
    Lubeigt, Guy (1993)
    Social Compass 40:2: 233-259.

    Describes the context & economic importance of Buddhism in Burma, especially its system of free will contributions.

    Associated Search Terms: Burma; Buddhist, Burma; Contributions; Economic
  • Buddhist Economics and Buddhist Fundamentalism in Burma and Thailand.
    Keyes, Charles F. (1993)
    In Martin Marty and Scott Appleby (eds.) Remaking the World: Fundamentalist Impact. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 367-409.

    Associated Search Terms: Buddhist, Burma; Burma; Thailand; Economic; Buddhist, Thailand
  • Sangha and State in Burma: A Study of Monastic Sectarianism and Leadership.
    Mendelson, E. Michael (1975)
    Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Burma; Monasticism; Burma; Buddhist, Burma
  • Protest and Profanation: Agrarian Revolt and the Little Tradition. Part I. Part II.
    Scott, James C. (1975)
    Theory and Society 4:1: 1-38; 4:2: 211-246.

    Associated Search Terms: Popular religion; Burma; Rural; Revolution
  • Religion and Revolution.
    Lewy, Guenter (1974)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Spain; Mexico; India; Germany; Sri Lanka; Sudan; Burma; France; Catholic, Mexico; Egypt; China; Latin America; Puritan, Great Britain; Anabaptist; Jewish; Islam; Hindu, India; Christian; Revolution; Messian; Cargo cult; Africa; Brazil
  • Militant Buddhist Nationalism: The Case of Burma.
    Lewy, Guenter (1972)
    Journal of Church and State 14: 19-41.

    Focuses on the 19th & 20th centuries.

    Associated Search Terms: Burma; Buddhist, Burma; Nationalism
  • Buddhism and Society--a Great Tradition and Its Burmese Vicissitudes.
    Spiro, Melford E. (1971)
    London: Allen & Unwin.

    Associated Search Terms: Burma; Buddhist, Burma
  • Messianic Folk-Buddhism as Ideology of Peasant Revolts in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Burma.
    Sarkisyanz, Emanuel (1968)
    Review of Religious Research 10:1: 32-38.

    Discusses the symbiotic connection of political radicalism to religious millenarianism in turn-of-the-century Burma.

    Associated Search Terms: Buddhist, Burma; Burma; Millenarian; Politics, Burma
  • Buddhism, Economic Development, and Neutralism in Burma.
    Wichmann, Arthur A. (1965)
    Southwestern Social Science Quarterly 46:1: 20-27.

    Based on readings of Pali texts.

    Associated Search Terms: Burma; Development; Buddhist, Burma; Politics, Burma
  • Buddhist Backgrounds of the Burmese Revolution.
    Sarkisyanz, Emanuel (1965)
    The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff.

    While beginning with early Buddhism, the focus is on 19th & 20th century Burmese intellectual history, particularly in its relevance to Burmese politics.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Burma; Burma; Revolution; Buddhist, Burma
  • Burma: Agriculture, Population and Buddhism.
    Wichmann, Arthur A. (1965)
    American Journal of Economics and Sociology 24:1: 71-83.

    Buddhist thought constitutes an imposing obstacle to the population control policies needed for long-term economic development in Burma.

    Associated Search Terms: Buddhist, Burma; Birth control; Development; Burma; Demography
  • Buddhism and the Burmese Establishment.
    Mendelson, E. Michael (1964)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 9/17: 85-95.

    The "Buddhist Revival" sponsored by U Nu after Burma's independence was an effort by the political authority to strengthen its ascendancy over the Buddhist Sangha (monastic organization).

    Associated Search Terms: Buddhist, Burma; Burma; Politics, Burma
  • Religion and Authority in Modern Burma.
    Mendelson, E. Michael (1960)
    World Today 16:3: 110-118.

    Associated Search Terms: Burma; Buddhist, Burma
  • Burmese Religion and the Burmese Religious Revival.
    Brohm, John F. (1957)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Cornell University. [DA 17:8, p. 1644]

    1953 village study in the Central Plain; suggests contrasts with urban phenomena in Rangoon. Government support of the revival is part of a genuine development in the urban setting, occasioned by contact with the West.

    Associated Search Terms: Buddhist, Burma; Burma; World system
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