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  • New Monasticism and the Transformation of American Evangelicalism.
    Markofski, Wes (2015)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    2006-11 open ended interview study of an Evangelical urban monastery in a Midwest U.S.A. city; members were critical of theological individualism & political conservatism. Content analysis of Evangelical books shows contrasting positions in the field.

    Associated Search Terms: Justice; Bourdieu, Pierre; Commune; Conservative/liberal; Content analysis; Culture; Field; Monasticism; Grounded theory; Inner-worldly asceticism; Evangelical, U.S.A.
  • Max Weber's Vocation: Some Remarks Concerning the Disenchantment of the Disenchanter.
    Motta, Roberto (2011)
    Social Compass 58:2: 153-161.

    Contrary to Weber's claim, romance languages & Catholic countries have the concept of vocation; the example of François de Sales is an example.

    Associated Search Terms: Inner-worldly asceticism; Weber, Max; Vocation
  • Corporéités, Ascéticismes et Sécularisation dans le Discours de la Confrérie Naqshbandi Turque Contemporaine.
    Manço, Ural (2010)
    Social Compass 57:4: 479-492.

    Analysis of the discourse of a late 20th century Sufi sheik.

    Associated Search Terms: Secularization; Asceticism; Discourse; Inner-worldly asceticism; Islam, Turkey; Turkey; Islam, Sufi; Other-worldly asceticism; Mobility (vertical)
  • Salvation Goods and Culture Goods: An Interpretation of Max Weber.
    Merz-Benz, Peter-Ulrich (2008)
    In Jörg Stolz (ed.) Salvation Goods and Religious Markets. Theory and Applications. Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 19-30.

    Weber's depiction of the rational elimination of distractions from a subjective dwelling on the divne is a more convincing model of religious rationality than that proposed in rational choice theory.

    Associated Search Terms: Weber, Max; Religious goods; Rationality; Rational choice theory; Other-worldly asceticism; Mysticism; Asceticism; Inner-worldly asceticism
  • Buddhist and Protestant Korean Immigrants. Religious Beliefs and Socioeconomic Aspects of Life.
    Kwon, Okyun (2003)
    New York: LFB Scholarly Publishing.

    Based on interview, questionnaire, & participant observation data from New York; questionnaires were sent to a national U.S. sample of Korean Buddhist temples.

    Associated Search Terms: Other-worldly asceticism; United States, New York, New York; Protestant, U.S.A.; Assimilation; Comparative; Inner-worldly asceticism; Christian, Korea; Korea; Migrant; Buddhist, U.S.A.; Generations; Korean Americans; Economic; Cho-gye
  • Other- and Inner-worldly Esceticism in Medieval Waldensianism: A Weberian Analysis.
    Kaelber, Lutz (1995)
    Sociology of Religion 56:2: 91-119.

    Describes the largely other-worldly asceticism of medieval Waldensian itinerant preachers & inner-worldly asceticism of the Austrian Waldensians.

    Associated Search Terms: Otherworldliness; Historical; Inner-worldly asceticism; Typology; Waldensian
  • Les religieuses catholiques en France: deux systèmes de représentation du monde.
    Talin, Kristoff (1995)
    Social Compass 42:1: 35-46.

    Analyzes survey data from French female religious. Describes conservatives in terms of other-worldly asceticism, progressive ones in terms of inner-worldly, & contemplatives in terms of mysticism.

    Associated Search Terms: Orders/congregations; Mysticism; Otherworldliness; Inner-worldly asceticism; Catholic, France; Sisters
  • Charisma and the Transformation of Grace in the Early Modern Era.
    Seligman, Adam B. (1991)
    Social Research 58:3: 591-620.

    Maintains that the Reformation's this-worldly soteriology engendered modernism.

    Associated Search Terms: Inner-worldly asceticism; Protestant Ethic; Modernity; Reformation
  • Inner-worldly Individualism and the Institutionalization of Puritanism in Late Seventeenth Century New England.
    Seligman, Adam B. (1990)
    British Journal of Sociology 41:4: 537-557.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, New England; Puritan; Asceticism; Inner-worldly; Historical; Individualism
  • This-worldly Transcendentalism and the Structuring of the World: Weber's 'Religion of China' and the Format of Chinese History and Civilization.
    Eisenstadt, Shmuel N. (1985)
    In Andreas Buss (ed.), Max Weber in Asian Studies. Leiden: Brill, pp. 46-64./Journal of Developing Societies 1: 168-186.

    Contrary to Max Weber, sees Confucian China as having a transcendental vision & tension with the world, though defined & resolved in secular terms.

    Associated Search Terms: Inner-worldly asceticism; Historical; China; Weber, Max; Confucian
  • Religionssoziologische und sprachstrukturelle Aspekte des Entwicklungsproblems in der islamischen Welt.
    Freund, Wolfgang S. (1971)
    In Günter Dux, Thomas Luckmann, and Joachim Matthes (eds.), Internationales Jahrbuch für Religionssoziologie 7. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, pp. 105-125.

    Examines the inner-worldly ethic of Islam & its manner of thought as a function of the Arabic language.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam; Inner-worldly asceticism; Sociolinguistics
  • Science and Reformation.
    Hooykaas, R. (1956)
    Cahiers d'histoire mondiale 3: 108-139. [Also in Shmuel N. Eisenstadt (ed.), The Protestant Ethic and Modernization: A Comparative View (New York: Basic Books, 1968)]

    Protestant innerworldly asceticism helped modern science develop.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant Ethic; Science; Inner-worldly asceticism
  • Zwischenbetrachtung./Religious Rejections of the World and Their Directions.
    Weber, Max (1915)
    Max Weber, Gesammelte Aufsätz zur Religionssoziologie, Bd. I. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1920, pp. 536-573./In Hans H. Gerth & C. Wright Mills (eds.) From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology. N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 1946, pp. 323-359.

    Associated Search Terms: Inner-worldly; Asceticism; Disenchantment; Otherworldliness
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