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  • The Sociology of Religious Movements.
    Bainbridge, William Sims (1997)
    New York: Routledge.

    General treatise written as a text, centered in the "compensator" theory framework & using U.S.A. illustrations.

    Associated Search Terms: Holiness religion; Dimensions of religiosity; Shaker; Conversion; Seventh-day Adventist; Commune; Sect; Schism; Relative deprivation; New age; Orthodoxy (doctrinal); Deprivation; Functionalism; Compensators; Jehovah´s Witness; Oneida; Stratification
  • Spatial Diffusion of a Religious Movement.
    Dann, Norman K. (1976)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 15:4: 351-360.

    The spread & strength of the Holiness movement was influenced by migration, a reaction to national crises, & reactions to contemporary & related movements.

    Associated Search Terms: Holiness religion; Migration; Holiness movement
  • Concurrent Social Movements: A Study of the Inter-relationships between Populist Politics and Holiness Religion.
    Dann, Norman K. (1974)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Syracuse University. [DA 36:10 A, p. 7005]

    Under the impact of urbanization, populism preceded Holiness religion rather than co-occurring with it.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Politics, U.S.A.; Holiness religion
  • Ideological Conflict and Related Buffering Mechanisms in a Voluntary Organization.
    Jones, Dean C. (1971)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Washington. [DA 32:3 A, p. 1644]

    Analyzes questionnaire data from 2 Holiness churches.

    Associated Search Terms: Holiness religion; Conflict
  • Holiness Religion. An Anomaly of Sectarian Typologies.
    Warburton, T. Rennie (1969)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 8:1: 130-139.

    Holiness religions differ from Pentecostal in having fewer sectarian tendencies; the highly subjective & invisible nature of Holiness experience has few implications for separatism, & enables many Holiness movements to remain interdenominational.

    Associated Search Terms: Sect; Holiness religion
  • Culture and Personality Aspects of the Pentecostal Holiness Religion.
    Wood, William W. (1965)
    The Hague: Mouton.

    Associated Search Terms: Holiness religion; Pentecostal
  • Do Holiness Sects Socialize in Dominant Values?
    Johnson, Benton (1961)
    Social Forces 39: 309-316.

    Some sects help lower class people rise socially by imparting economically helpful values.

    Associated Search Terms: Economic; Holiness religion; Sect; Mobility (vertical); Values; Socialization
  • A Framework for the Analysis of Religious Action with Special Reference to Holiness and Non-Holiness Groups.
    Johnson, Benton (1953)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Harvard University.

    Focused analysis of 20 open-ended interview questions posed to Holiness & non-holiness movement Protestant Christians; uses Parsons' patterned variables.

    Associated Search Terms: Typology; Revivalism; Calvinist; Conversion; Holiness religion
  • Holiness Religion: Cultural Shock and Social Reorganization.
    Holt, John B. (1940)
    American Sociological Review 5: 740-747. [Abridged in J. Milton Yinger (ed.), Religion, Society and the Individual (New York: Macmillan, 1957), pp. 463-470]

    Differences of social status result in differing psychological needs & therefore different religious forms.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Sect; Holiness religion; Culture shock; Holiness, U.S.A.
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