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  • From England's Nazareth to Sweden's Jerusalem. Movement, (Virtual) Landscapes and Pilgrimage.
    Coleman, Simon (2004)
    In Simon Coleman and John Eade (eds.) Reframing Pilgrimage Cultures in Motion. London: Routledge, pp. 45-68..

    Focuses on pilgrims taking concerns from home to sacred places. Uses the examples of Roman & Anglo Catholics at Walsingham & Word of Life (Evangelical) Swedes at Jerusalem.

    Associated Search Terms: Sweden; Comparative; Pentecostal, neo, Sweden; Church of England; Pilgrimage; Livets Ord, Sweden; Catholic, Great Britain; Great Britain
  • Conservative Protestantism and the World Order: The Faith Movement in the United States and Sweden.
    Coleman, Simon (1993)
    Sociology of Religion 54:4: 353-373.

    Based on 1986-87, '89, & '91 participant observation in the Word of Life (Livets Ord) foundation in Uppsala.

    Associated Search Terms: Sweden, Uppsala; Faith movement (conservative protestant), Sweden; Participant observation; Livets Ord; Nationalism; Politics, Sweden; New Thought, Sweden; World system
  • 'Faith Which Conquers the World': Swedish Fundamentalism and the Globalization of Culture.
    Coleman, Simon (1991)
    Ethnos 56:1/2: 6-18.

    Based on 1986-87 participant observation in Uppsala; sees both in-group consenss & clas with the environing culture.

    Associated Search Terms: Fundamentalist, Sweden; Globalization; Livets Ord; Participant observation; Sweden, Uppsala
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