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  • 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
  • Enjoying God Forever: An Historical/Sociological Profile of the Health and Wealth Gospel in America.
    Hollinger, Denis (1991)
    In Peter Gee and John Fulton (eds.), Religion and Power, Decline and Growth: Sociological Analyses of Religion in Britain, Poland, and the Amricas. London: British Sociological Association Sociology of Religion Study Group, pp. 53-66.

    Associated Search Terms: New Thought
  • A Typology of Cults.
    Campbell, Bruce F. (1978)
    Sociological Analysis 39:3: 228-240.

    3 types: illuminative, instrumental, & service-oriented.

    Associated Search Terms: Transcendental Meditation; New Thought; Spiritualist; Cult; Scientology; Theosophy
  • Spirits in Rebellion: The Rise and Development of New Thought.
    Braden, Charles S. (1963)
    Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: New Thought
  • Popular Religion: Inspirational Books in America.
    Schneider, Louis, and Sanford M. Dornbusch (1958)
    Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Media; Popular religion; New Thought
  • Inspirational Religious Literature: From Latent to Manifest Functions of Religion.
    Schneider, Louis, and Sanford M. Dornbusch (1957)
    American Journal of Sociology 62:5: 476-481. [Also in Louis Schneider (ed.) Religion, Culture and Society. New York: Wiley, 1966, pp. 157-163; Ephraim Misrucki (ed.) The Substance of Sociology. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1967, pp. 302-308]

    Associated Search Terms: Media; New Thought; Manifest function; Functionalism; Latent function
  • These Also Believe: A Study of Modern American Cults and Minority Religious Movements.
    Braden, Charles S. (1949)
    New York: Macmillan.

    Associated Search Terms: Theosophy, U.S.A.; Mormon, U.S.A.; Oxford Group Movement, U.S.A.; Anglo-Israel, U.S.A.; Jehovah´s Witness, U.S.A.; Liberal Catholic Church, U.S.A.; Christian Science, U.S.A.; New Thought; Father Divine; Spiritualist, U.S.A.
  • New Thought: A Cult of Success.
    Griswold, Alfred Whitney (1934)
    American Journal of Sociology 40:3: 309-316.

    The New Thought movement stresses economic success, for which it provides esoteric methods of achievement. Extensive bibliography.

    Associated Search Terms: New Thought; Economic; Cult
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