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  • An extraordinary degree of exaltation: Durkheim, effervescence and Pentecostalism's defeat of secularisation.
    Jennings, Mark (2015)
    Social Compass 62:1: 61-75.

    While Durkheim thought society would of itself provide effervescence, Pentecostalism has done this instead.

    Associated Search Terms: Secularization; Collective effervescence; Pentecostal; Durkheim, Émile
  • Effervescence and solidarity in religious organizations.
    Draper, Scott (2014)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 53:2: 229-248.

    Analyzes 2001 U.S. congregation data (United States Congregational Life Survey) to test facets of the general hypothesis that ritual enhances solidarity, with effervescence as a mediating variable. The basic hypothesis is supported.

    Associated Search Terms: Solidarity; Effervescence; Collins, Randall; Boundary maintenance; Interaction; Congregation; Ritual; Collective effervescence
  • The Twenty-first-century Study of Collective Effervescence: Expanding the Context of Fieldwork
    Buehler, Arthur (2012)
    Fieldwork in Religion 7:1: 70-97.

    Associated Search Terms: Collective effervescence
  • Collective effervescence, numinous experience or proto-religious phenomena? Moshing with Durkheim, Schleiermacher and Otto.
    Jennings, Mark (2010)
    In E. De la Fuente and P. Murphy (eds.) Philosophical and Cultural Theories of Music. Leiden: Brill, pp. 117-141.

    Associated Search Terms: Music; Durkheim, Émile; Collective effervescence; Experience
  • Bodies in Sync: Interaction Ritual Theory Applied to Sacred Harp Singing.
    Heider, Anne, and R. Stephen Warner (2010)
    Sociology of Religion 71:1: 76-97.

    Based on the authors' experiences.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Ritual; United States, Illinois, Chicago; Music; Collective effervescence; Emotion
  • Sacred Contagious and Social Vitality: Collective Effervescence in Les formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse.
    Mellor, Philip A. (1998)
    Durkheimian Studies 4: 87-114.

    Associated Search Terms: Collective effervescence; Durkheim, Émile
  • Collective effervescence, social change and charisma:Durkheim, Weber and 1989.
    Tiryakian, Edward A. (1995)
    International Sociology 10:3: 269-281.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Charisma; Collective effervescence; Durkheim, Émile; Weber, Max
  • La sociología de la religion y la modernidad: por una revisión crítica de las categorias durkheimianas desde América Latina.
    Parker Gumucio, Cristián (1994)
    Revista mexicana de sociologia 56:4: 229-254.

    Suggests changes in Durkheimian sociology of religion for Latin America.

    Associated Search Terms: Latin America; Collective effervescence; Sacred
  • The Effect of Ritual and Charisma: The Creation of Collective Effervescence and Support of Psychic Strength.
    Carlton-Ford, Steven L. (1993)
    New York: Garland.

    Ritual activity & charisma explain the development of collective effervescence, which in turn contributes to psychological well-being.

    Associated Search Terms: Collective effervescence; Charisma; Ritual; Well-being
  • Les formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse. Le système totémique en Australie.
    Durkheim, Émile (1912)
    Paris: Alcan. [The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life. A Study in Religious Sociology, tr. J.W. Swain (London: Allen & Unwin; New York: Macmillan, 1915)]

    Associated Search Terms: Australia; Definition of religion; Aboriginal Australians; Collective effervescence; Ritual; Totem
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