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  • Follower agency and charismatic mobilization in Falun Gong.
    Junker, Andrew (2014)
    Sociology of Religion 75:3: 418-441.

    Focuses on devotee agency rather than mere obedience in the charismatic situation in Falun Gong.

    Associated Search Terms: Charisma; Falun Gong
  • Diversity and competition: Politics and conflict in new immigrant communities.
    Huang, Weishan (2013)
    In Richard Cimino, Nadia A. Mian, and Weishan Huang (eds.) Ecologies of Faith in New York City. The Evolution of Religious Institutions. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 105-119.

    Focuses on Chinese communities in Flushing.

    Associated Search Terms: Communality; Urban; United States, New York, New York; Conflict; Chinese Americans; Falun Gong, U.S.A.
  • Framing social movement identity with cyber-artifacts: A case study of the international Falun Gong movement.
    Chen, Yi-Da; Ahmed Abbasi; and Hsinchun Chen (2010)
    Security Informatics 9:1-23.

    Associated Search Terms: Internet; Identity; Falun Gong; Social movement
  • In Search of Charisma: The Falun Gong Diaspora.
    Ownby, David (2008)
    Nova Religio 12:2: 106-120.

    Focuses on migrant Falun Gong followers in North America.

    Associated Search Terms: Falun Gong; Charisma; Migrant
  • Qigong, Falun Gong, et la religiond e l'État moderne chinois.
    Ownby, David (2006)
    Sociologie et sociétés 38:1: 93-112.

    Associated Search Terms: Qigong; Persecution; Falun Gong; China
  • Entrepreneurial Logics and the Evolution of Falun Gong.
    Lu, Yunfeng (2005)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of religion 44:2: 173-185.

    Associated Search Terms: China; Market model; Falun Gong
  • Professional Practitioners and Contact Persons. Explicating Special Types of Falun Gong Practitioners.
    Porter, Noah (2005)
    Nova Religio 9:2: 62-83.

    Based on 2001-03 field work in Tampa, Florida, & Washington, D.C.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Organization; United States, Florida, Tampa; Falun Gong, U.S.A.; United States, District of Columbia, Washington
  • The Falun-Gong in China. A Sociological Perspective.
    Chan, Cheris Shun-ching (2004)
    China Quarterly 179: 665-683.

    Associated Search Terms: China; Falun Gong
  • Governance and the Political Challenge of Falungong.
    Ostergaard, Clemens (2004)
    In Jude Howell (ed.) Governance in China. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 207-225.

    Associated Search Terms: Falun Gong; China; State
  • Cult Controversies and Legal Developments Concerning New Religions in Japan and China.
    Richardson, James T., and Bryan Edelman (2004)
    In James T. Richardson (ed.), Regulating Religion. Case Studies from Around the Globe. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum, pp. 359-380.

    Associated Search Terms: Unification Church, Japan; Anti-cult movement; Brainwashing; Falun Gong; Aum Shinrikyo; Japan; China; Law; New religions
  • Le Bouddhisme mondialisé. Une perspective sociologique sur la globalisation du religieux.
    Liogier, Raphaël (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, France; Buddhist, Great Britain; Buddhist; Buddhist, China; Activism; Buddhist, Tibet; Zen; Soka Gakkai, France; Soka Gakkai; Phenomenology; Globalization; Falun Gong; Buddhist, Vietnam; Buddhist, Burma; Buddhist, Tibetan, France; Buddhist, India; Buddhist, Thailand; Buddhist, Sri Lanka; Buddhist, Korea; Buddhist, Japan; Buddhist, U.S.A.
  • Le qigong et la tradition sectaire chinoise.
    Palmer, David A. (2003)
    Social Compass 50:4: 471-480.

    Qigong (breathing arts), including Falungong, is a modern expression of the Chinese tradition of popular sectarianism.

    Associated Search Terms: Falun Gong; Sect; China; Qigong
  • Falun Gong and the Law: Development of Legal Social Control in China.
    Edelman, Brian, and James T. Richardson (2003)
    Nova Religio 6: 312-331.

    Associated Search Terms: China; Law; Falun Gong; State
  • The Religio-political Significance of Falun Gong and Jiang Zemin's Legacy of Social Stability.
    Liu, William T. (2000)
    In W. Gungwo and Z. Yongnian (eds.) Reform, Legitimacy and Dilemmas: China's Politics and Society. Singapore: Singapore University Press, pp. 103-134.

    Associated Search Terms: Falun Gong; China
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