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  • Acceptance of Christianity (Catholicism) in a Japanese Rural Community.
    Itoh, Mikiharu (1986)
    Bulletin--National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka). 11:1: 43-65.

    Associated Search Terms: Japan; Catholic, Japan; Rural
  • A Comparative Study of the Substructures of Religion.
    Yinger, J. Milton (1977)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 16:1: 67-86.

    Analyzes 1971-72 questionnaire data from undergraduate students in 11 nations.

    Associated Search Terms: New Zealand; Thailand; Japan; Korea; Comparative; Definition of religion; Buddhist; Protestant; Catholic; Australia; Students, undergraduate; Atheist
  • Newly-Adopted Religions and Social Change on the Ryukyu Islands (Japan) (with Special Reference to Catholicism).
    Anzai, Shin (1976)
    Social Compass 23:1: 57-70.

    Explores relations among social change, the decline of traditional religion, & conversion to imported religions in Japan; focuses on an Okinawan village after World War II, where agricultural innovations & education had disrupted tradition.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Japan, Okinawa; Catholic, Japan; Conversion
  • Le Catholicisme dans un Village Isolé.
    Anzai, Shin (1970)
    Social Compass 17:1: 153-156.

    Integrating Christianity into a village such as Nishiamuro, Japan, is problematic since the sacred is found tied to family relations & tradition; a syncretism results. By forcing pluralism, Christianity may be a modernizing factor.

    Associated Search Terms: Syncretism; Pluralism; Rural; Catholic, Japan; Japan, Nishiamuro
  • Inheritance Practices on a Catholic Island: Youngest-son Inheritance (ultimogeniture) on Kuroshima, Nagasaki Prefecture.
    Naito, Kanji (1970)
    Social Compass 17:1: 21-36.

    Associated Search Terms: Japan, Nagasaki Prefecture, Kuroshima; Family; Inheritance; Catholic, Japan
  • Catholicism in Japan. A Sociological Study, 2nd, revised edition.
    Spae, Joseph J. (1964)
    Tokyo: I.S.R. Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Japan; Japan
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