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  • The Language Transition in Some Lutheran Denominations.
    Hofman, John E. (1966)
    In Joshua A. Fishman et al. (eds.), Language Loyalty in the United States. The Hague: Mouton, pp. 139-155. [Also in Joshua A. Fishman (ed.), Readings in the Sociology of Language (The Hague: Mouton, 1968), pp. 620-638]

    Analyzes data from 1917 & after.

    Associated Search Terms: Lutheran, Missouri Synod; Assimilation; Norwegian Lutheran Church in America; Norwegian Americans; Sociolinguistics
  • Pastors and Immigrants: The Role of a Religious Elite in the Absorption of Norwegian Immigrants.
    Tavuchis, Nicholas (1963)
    The Hague: Nijhoff.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Norwegian Americans; Assimilation
  • The Migrating Sect: An Illustration from Early Norwegian Immigration.
    Hammond, Phillip E. (1963)
    Social Forces 41:3: 275-283.

    Examines the Slooper migration to the U.S., which began in 1825; the absence of an enemy church or any ideological consensus after migration led to disorganization.

    Associated Search Terms: Conflict; United States, Illinois, Fox River; United States, New York, Kendall; Norwegian Americans; Migrant; Lutheran, Haugean; Quaker
  • Factors in the Rural-urban Development of Norwegian Lutheranism in Minnesota.
    Westby, Frithjof Orval Martinus (1953)
    Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Minnesota.

    Associated Search Terms: Norwegian Americans; Lutheran, U.S.A.; United States, Minnesota; Urban/rural; Evangelical Lutheran Church
  • Democracy in Jonesville. A Study of Quality and Inequality.
    Warner, W. Lloyd, with Wilfrid C. Bailey, Arch Cooper, Walter Eaton, A.B. Hollingshead, Carson McGuire, Marchia Meeker, Bernice Neugarten, Joseph Rosenstein, Evan Z. Vogt, Jr., and Donald Wray (1949)
    New York: Harper & Brothers.

    Community in Midwest U.S.A. Ch. 10 by Wilfrid C. Bailey shows church membership & class correlating. Ch 11 by Donald Wray describes a sectarian Norwegian Lutheran congregation.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Community study; Norwegian Lutheran Church in America; Norwegian Americans; Sect; Membership
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