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  • All Abraham's Children: Changing Mormon Conceptions of Race and Lineage.
    Mauss, Armand L. (2003)
    Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

    History of Mormon concepts of Native Americans & Jews as kindred lineages to Mormons. 1960s survey data: this belief & commitment to religious liberty resulted in lower levels of anti-Semitism. Certain doctrines affected attitudes to African Americans.

    Associated Search Terms: Prejudice; Mormon; Race; Genealogy; Social construction of reality; Identity
  • The Legitimacy of Solomon: Some Structural Aspects of Old Testament History.
    Leach, Edmund (2001)
    Archives européennes de sociologie 42:1: 131-174.

    Associated Search Terms: Hebrew; Legitimacy; Genealogy
  • In Search of Ephraim: Traditional Mormon Conceptions of Lineage and Race.
    Mauss, Armand L. (1999)
    Journal of Mormon History 25:1: 131-173.

    Associated Search Terms: Mormon; Genealogy; Race
  • Sociological Approaches to the Old Testament.
    Wilson, Robert R. (1984)
    Philadelphia: Fortress.

    Associated Search Terms: Prophecy; Hebrew; Genealogy
  • Tribal Societies: Biblical Genealogies and African Lineage Systems.
    Malamat, Abraham (1973)
    Archives européennes de sociologie 14: 126-136.

    The Israelite tribal genealogies are shown to be of utmost significance in unraveling the dynamics of the settlement process in Palestine, & for elucidating the complex anatomy of a particular tribal make-up; suggests African parallels.

    Associated Search Terms: Genealogy; Hebrew
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