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  • Informal Supportive Networks: Quasi-kin Groups, Religion and Social Order among Surinam Creoles in the Netherlands.
    Wetering, Wilhelmina van (1987)
    Sociological neerlandica 23:2: 92-101.

    Based on participant observation in Bijlmermeer.

    Associated Search Terms: Winti, Netherlands; Moravian, Netherlands; Network; Surinamese Dutch; Participant observation; Netherlands, Bijlmermeer
  • Civil Religion and other Religious Identities.
    Wimberley, Ronald C., and James A. Christenson (1981)
    Sociological Analysis 42:2: 91-100.

    Analyzes 1975 questionnaire data from a North Carolina sample; civil religion attitude scores vary by denomination.

    Associated Search Terms: Atheist, U.S.A.; Unitarian, U.S.A.; Churches of Christ; Jewish, U.S.A.; Episcopal; Moravian, U.S.A.; Catholic, U.S.A.; Methodist, U.S.A.; Presbyterian, U.S.A.
  • Family Surrogates in Colonial America: The Moravian Experiment.
    Gollin, Gillian Lindt (1969)
    Journal of Marriage and Family 31:4:650-658.

    Traces the decline of the Moravian Brethren choir system that functioned in lieu of the family.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Family; Moravian, U.S.A.; Commune; Brethren, U.S.A.
  • Moravians in Two Worlds. A Study of Changing Communities.
    Gollin, Gillian Lindt (1967)
    New York: Columbia University Press.

    Historical sociology of the Moravians in Europe & America.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Pennsylvania, Bethlehem; Moravian; Germany, Herrnhut; Community study; Brethren, U.S.A.
  • The Religious Factor in Social Change. Max Weber and the Moravian Paradox.
    Gollin, Gillian Lindt (1967)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 12/23: 91-97.

    A comparative analysis of Herrnhut, the major Moravian settlement in Europe, & Bethlehem, the major American Moravian settlement.

    Associated Search Terms: Weber, Max; Change; Moravian; Germany, Herrnhut; United States, Pennsylvania, Bethlehem; Brethren, U.S.A.
  • The Moravian Brethren in America.
    Roucek, Joseph S. (1959)
    Social Studies 43: 58-61.

    Associated Search Terms: Moravian
  • Zur soziologischem Bedeutung der Herrnhuter Brudergemeine.
    Binöder, Carl (1956)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Erlangen.

    Associated Search Terms: Moravian
  • Social and Economic Organization in two Pennsylvania German Religious Communities.
    Doll, Eugene E. (1951)
    American Journal of Sociology 57:2: 168-177.

    Examines 2 18th century communities: Ephrata (Seventh-day German Baptist, contemplative, with little economic development) & Bethlehem (Moravian, missionary, with great economic development).

    Associated Search Terms: Economic; United States, Pennsylvania, Ephrata; German Americans; Moravian; United States, Pennsylvania, Bethlehem; Seventh-day German Baptist; Historical; Comparative
  • Daytona: The Changing Status of Religious Conflict.
    Steiner, Jesse Frederick (1928)
    In Jesse F. Steiner (ed.) The American Community in Action. Case Studies of American Communities. New York: Holt, pp. 264-278.

    19th-20th century community study showing conflict of Moravians vs. Methodists subsiding, & being replaced by one of progressives vs. conservatives.

    Associated Search Terms: Rural; Conflict; United States, North Carolina; Methodist, U.S.A.; Moravian, U.S.A.; Conservative/liberal; Community study
  • Die Soziologische Struktur des Herrnhutertums.
    Bemmann, Herbert (1921)
    Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Heidelberg.

    Associated Search Terms: Moravian
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