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  • Right business, right consumption: Controlling commodification and guiding consumption in a Tibetan Buddhist organization in Scotland.
    McKenzie, John S. (2015)
    Social Compass 62:4: 598-614.

    Based on 2004 & 2009 participant observation & interviews in several sites in Scotland. The Tibetan Buddhist organization, Rokpa International, managed its adaptation to consumer culture in Scotland by controlling commodification and guiding consumption by practitioners.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain, Scotland; Adaptation; Commodification; Consumerism; Buddhist, Tibetan, Great Britain; Participant observation
  • Packaging religious experience, selling modular religion; Explaining the emergence and expansion of megachruches.
    Ellingson, Stephen (2013)
    In F. Gauthier and T. Martikainen (eds.) Religion in Consumer Culture.Surrey: Ashgate, pp. 59-74.

    Associated Search Terms: Commodification; Megachurch
  • Migrations africaines et pentecôtisme en Suisse: Des dispositifs rituels au commerce de l’onction.
    Rey, Jeanne (2013)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Institut de Hautes Études Internationales et du Développement, Genève.

    Associated Search Terms: Commodification; Switzerland, Geneva; Ritual objects; Migration; African Swiss; Pentecostal, Switzerland
  • Buddha for sale! The commoditisation of Tibetan Buddhism in Scotland.
    McKenzie, John S. (2013)
    In François Gauthier and T. Martikainen (eds.) Religion in Consumer Culture. Surrey: Ashgate, pp. 159-173.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain, Scotland; Buddhist, Tibetan, Great Britain; Commodification
  • La lógica del mercado y la lógica de la creencia en la creación de mercancias simbólicas.
    De la Torre, Renée, and Cristina Gutiérrez Zúñiga (2005)
    Desacatos 18: 53-70.

    Associated Search Terms: Symbol; Commodification
  • L'expansion et la réinvention des religions afro-brésiliennes: réenchantement et décomposition.
    Motta, Roberto (2002)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 117: 113-125.

    Notes a shedding of ethnic connotation in the religious identity & a commodification on the part of Umbanda & the more traditionalist Africanist religions in Brazil.

    Associated Search Terms: Umbanda; Africanist, Brazil; Commodification; Brazil
  • New Age Commodification and Appropriation of Spirituality.
    York, Michael (2001)
    Journal of Contemporary Religion 16:3: 361-372.

    Associated Search Terms: New age; Commodification
  • The Commodification of Witchcraft.
    Ezzy, Douglas (2001)
    Australian Religion Studies Review 14:1: 31-44.

    Analyzes three witchcraft websites.

    Associated Search Terms: Internet; Commodification; Witch
  • A Comparative Sociology of World Religions: Virtuosos, Priests, and Popular Religion.
    Sharot, Stephen (2001)
    New York: New York University Press.

    An updating of a Weberian treatment of elite & popular religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, medieval; Confucian; Hindu; Weber, Max; Commodification; Buddhist; Historical; Reformation; Islam; State; Taiwan; Hierocracy; India; Virtuoso; Little tradition; Jewish; Big tradition; Comparative; China; Daoist; Syncretism; Popular religion; Elite
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