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  • Humanism in Britain: The Formation of a Secular Value-Oriented Movement.
    Campbell, Colin B. (1969)
    In David Martin (ed.), A Sociological Yearbook of Religion in Britain 2. London: SCM, pp. 157-172.

    Assessment of the British Humanist Movement in light of Smelser's general theory of collective behavior.

    Associated Search Terms: Humanist, Great Britain; Great Britain; Collective behavior; Smelser, Neil J.; Atheist, Great Britain
  • Humanism and the Culture of the Professions: A Study of the Rise of the British Humanist Movement, 1954-63.
    Campbell, Colin B. (1967)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. thesis, University of London.

    Associated Search Terms: Atheist, Great Britain; Humanist, Great Britain; Atheist; Great Britain; Professions
  • Research Note: Membership Composition of the British Humanist Association.
    Campbell, Colin B. (1965)
    Sociological Rview 13:3: 327-337.

    Presents 1964 survey data from the U.K. of the newly formed British Humanist Association.

    Associated Search Terms: Humanist, Great Britain; Great Britain; Atheist; Atheist, Great Britain
  • Early English Positivists and the Religion of Humanity.
    Bryson, Gladys (1936)
    American Sociological Review 1:3: 343-362.

    Positivism as a church could not survive in England because it was too much like a religion to be accepted by atheists & agnostics, but too atheist to be accepted by religious people.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain; Humanist, Great Britain
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