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  • Max Weber's Theory of Personality: Individuation, Politics and Orientalism in the Sociology of Religion.
    Farris, Sara R. (2013)
    Leiden: Brill.

    Exposition of Max Weber's bias.

    Associated Search Terms: Orientalism; Weber, Max
  • Orientalists, Islamists and the Global Public Sphere. A Genealogy of the Modern Essentialist Image of Islam.
    Jung, Dietrich (2011)
    Sheffield: Equinox

    Traces the emergence of the view that Islam is a static all-encompassing, "essentialist" system from the modern Protestant view of traditional religion into the early Islamic scholars & Islamic activists.

    Associated Search Terms: Orientalism; Said, Edward; Islamic studies; Smith, W. Robertson; Islam; Foucault, Michel; Durkheim, Émile; Weber, Max
  • The Great Chain of Orientalism: Jewish Identity, Stigma Management, and Ethnic Exclusion in Israel.
    Khazzoom, Aziza (2003)
    American Sociological Review 68:4: 481-510.

    Stigmatized as "oriental," Jews migrated to Israel wanting to make it as western as possible. In the process they stigmatized Middle Eastern Jews & Palestinians.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Jewish, Israel; Israel; Ethnic; Stigma; Orientalism
  • The Debate Over a Crypto-Jewish Presence in New Mexico: The Role of Ethnographic Allegory and Orientalism.
    Carroll, Michael P. (2002)
    Sociology of Religion 63:1: 1-19.

    Reviews the literature on the controversy among historians over the thesis that Crypto-Jews settled in 16th century New Mexico.

    Associated Search Terms: Methodology; Jewish, U.S.A.; Sociology of knowledge; Orientalism; United States, New Mexico
  • The Magic of the South: Popular Religion and Elite Catholicism in Italian Ethnology.
    Saunders, George R. (1998)
    In Jane Schneider (ed.) Italy's "Southern Question": Orientalism in One Country. Oxford: Berg, pp. 177-202.

    Associated Search Terms: Orientalism; Italy, South; Popular Catholicism; Catholic, Italy
  • Les Penseurs des Lumières Face à l'Islam.
    Clément, Jean-François (1997)
    Social Compass 44:2: 227-245.

    Views of Islam from the viewpoint of Enlightenment thinkers.

    Associated Search Terms: Enlightenment; Historical; Orientalism; Islam
  • Orientalism, Postmodernism and Globalism.
    Turner, Bryan S. (1994)
    London: Routledge.

    Associated Search Terms: Global; Orientalism; Modernization; Islam; Post-modern; Weber, Max
  • Islam und westlicher Rationalismus: der Beitrag des Orientalismus zur Entstehung der Soziologie.
    Stauth, Georg (1993)
    Frankfurt a.M.: Campus.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam; Orientalism; Rationalization
  • Occidental Reason, Orientalism, Islamic Fundamentalism: A Critique.
    Abaza, Mona, and Georg Staugh (1988)
    International Sociology 3:4: 343-364.

    Associated Search Terms: Orientalism; Islam
  • Orientalism, Islam and Capitalism.
    Turner, Bryan S. (1978)
    Social Compass 25:3/4: 371-394.

    Argues that orientalism, a view that approached Islamic societies in terms of a static & despotic model, has inhibited western scholars from noting the encouragements that Islam gave capitalism.

    Associated Search Terms: Orientalism; Islam; Capitalism
  • Islam and the Orientalists: Some Recent Discussions.
    Kedourie, Elie (1956)
    British Journal of Sociology 7:3: 217-225.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam; Orientalism
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