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  • What Motivates Church Participation? Review, Replication and Theoretical Reorientation in New Zealand.
    Blaikie, Norman W.H. (1972)
    Sociological Review 20;1: 39-58.

    Analyzes interview data from Christchurch; shows church participation reflecting world views rather than social participation.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; World view; New Zealand, Christchurch; Social participation; Sociology of knowledge
  • Religion, Social Status, and Community Involvement: A Study in Christchurch.
    Blaikie, Norman W.H. (1969)
    Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology 5:1: 14-31.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Social participation; New Zealand, Christchurch
  • The Decline in Religious Participation of Migrants.
    Mol, Hans (Johannes J.) (1965)
    International Migration 3:3: 137-142. Reprinted in Thomas R. Ford and Gordon F. De Jong (eds.) Social Demography. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1970, pp. 255-260.

    Based on survey data from Dutch immigrants in New Zealand.

    Associated Search Terms: Dutch New Zealanders; Migrant; Disaffiliation; Conversion; New Zealand, Christchurch; Practice
  • Church-Attendance in Christchurch, New Zealand. Research Project 4 of the Department of Psychology and Sociology.
    Mol, Hans (Johannes J.) (1962)
    Canterbury University, Department of Psychology and Sociology.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; New Zealand, Christchurch
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