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  • Crisis in the Cloister. A Sociological Analysis of Social Relationships and Change in a Novitiate.
    Sampson, Samuel F. (1978)
    Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex.

    Associated Search Terms: Novitiate; Change; Conflict; Sociometry; Orders/congregations; Catholic, U.S.A.
  • Social Structure from Multiple Networks.
    White, Harrison C., Scott A. Boorman, and Ronald L. Breiger (1976)
    American Journal of Sociology 81:4: 730-780.

    Analyzes data from a Catholic novitiate presented in a 1968 dissertation by Samuel F. Sampson.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, U.S.A.; Network; Novitiate
  • A Novitiate in a Period of Change: An Experimental Case Study in Social Relationships.
    Sampson, Samuel F. (1968)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Cornell University. [DA 29:11 A, p. 4118]

    Based on a year of field work in an American novitiate of a Catholic contemplative order; focuses on conflict during a time of change.

    Associated Search Terms: Novitiate; Orders/congregations; Conflict; Change; Sociometry; Catholic, U.S.A.
  • Women and Religion: A Study of Socialization in a Community of Catholic Sisters.
    Hill, Blake (1967)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Kentucky.

    Associated Search Terms: Sisters; Catholic, U.S.A.; Participant observation; Socialization; Novitiate
  • The Components of the Novitiate. Introduction to an Inquiry.
    Bonte, Walder de (1966)
    Social Compass 13:5/6: 401-414.

    Associated Search Terms: Orders/congregations; Novitiate; Catholic
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