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  • Restoring religion through collective memory: How Chinese Pentecostals engage in mnemonic practices afte the Cultual Revolution.
    Huang, Ke-hsien (2018)
    Social Compass 65:1: 76-96.

    Chinese Pentecostal elites use collective memory as a resource for meeting the felt religious needs of people.

    Associated Search Terms: China; Collective memory; Elite; Pentecostal, China
  • Secularisation, Pentecostalism and Violence. Receptions, Rediscoveries and Rebuttals in the Sociology of Religion.
    Martin, David (2017)
    New York: Routledge.

    Associated Search Terms: Modernization; Violence; Secularization; Pentecostal
  • The Roman Catholic charismatic movement and civic engagement in sub-Saharan Africa.
    Dowd, Robert, and Ani Sarkissian (2017)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 56:3: 536-557.

    Analyzes 2011 interview survey data from Catholics, Catholic Pentecostals, & other Pentecostals in Kenya & Nigeria. Participation in the Catholic charismatic renewal in the 2 nations does not suppress civic engagement.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Catholic, Nigeria; Kenya; Pentecostal, Catholic, Kenya; Otherworldliness; Pentecostal, Nigeria; Civic engagement; Pentecostal, Kenya; Catholic, Kenya; Catholic, Nigeria; Nigeria
  • Transmitting the Spirit: Religious Convrsion, Media, and Urban Violence in Brazil.
    Oosterbaan, Martijn (2017)
    University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil; Conversion; Media; Participant observation; Pentecostal, Brazil
  • Taming the spirit by appropriating indigenous culture: An ethnographic study of the True Jesus Church as Confucian-style Pentecostalism.
    Huang, Ke-hsien (2017)
    In Fenggang Yang, Joy K. C. Tong, and Allan H. Anderson (eds.) Global Chinese Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity. Leiden: Brill.

    Associated Search Terms: China; Participant observation; Pentecostal, China; True Jesus Church, China
  • When sects become mdidle class: Impression management among middle-class Pentecostals in Argentina.
    Koehrsen, Jens (2017)
    Sociology of Religion 78:3: 318-339.

    Upwardly mobile Argentine Pentecostal congregations selectively conceal practices that would stand in tension with the wider society.

    Associated Search Terms: Argentina, Buenos Aires; Impression management; Mobility (vertical); Pentecostal, Argentina; Sect
  • Religion as cultural models: Developing an emic measure of religiosity.
    Dengah, H.J. François, II (2017)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 56:1: 104-125.

    Differential adherence, "consonance," with religious cultural norms affect health. Illustrations from 2 Brazilian Pentecostal congregations taken from 2011-12 participant observation. Uses the Duke University Religion Index.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Health; Dimensions of religiosity; Culture; Conformity; Brazil, São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto; Stress; Pentecostal, Brazil
  • Gypsy leadership, cohesion and social memory in the Evangelical Church of Philadelphia.
    Cantón-Delgado, Manuela (2017)
    Social Compass 64:1: 76-91.

    Based on 2009-15 fieldwork in Spain. Authority among Spanish Gypsy Pentecostals involves a shift of charisma from elders to young theologically educated pastors.

    Associated Search Terms: Calós (Spanish gypsy); Philadelphia Church (Spanish Evangelical); Life histories; Charisma; Authority; Spain; Pentecostal, Spain; Gypsy, Spain; Participant observation
  • The Rise of Network Christianity. How Independent Leaders Are Changing the Religious Landscape.
    Christerson, Brad, and Richard Flory (2017)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Focuses on independent Pentecostal leadership in the USA & growth of its churches. Based on interviews with the leaders. A network polity emerged from the 1990s "new paradigm" Pentecostals. Their status as independent apostles avoids the routinization of their charisma.

    Associated Search Terms: Miracle; Charismatic, U.S.A.; Market model; Entrepreneur, sectarian; Network; Pentecostal, U.S.A.; Polity; Routinization; Charisma
  • Demography, Culture, and the decline of America's Christian Denominations.
    Hawley, George (2017)
    Lanham, Maryland: Lexington

    Associated Search Terms: Methodist, U.S.A.; United States; Presbyterian, U.S.A.; Pentecostal, U.S.A.; Mormon, U.S.A.; Lutheran, U.S.A.; Fertility; Family size; Episcopal; Demography; Baptist, U.S.A.; Catholic, U.S.A.
  • Middle Class Pentecostalism in Argentina: Inappropriae Spirits.
    Koehrsen, Jens (2016)
    Leiden: Brill.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Argentina; Class; Argentina
  • Violent conversion: Brazilian Pentecostalism and urban women in Mozambique.
    van de Kamp, Linda (2016)
    Suffolk, UK: James Curey

    Associated Search Terms: Mozambique, Maputo; Pentecostal, Mozambique; Conversion; Women
  • A gospel of prosperity? An analysis of the relationship between religion and earned income in Ghana, the most religious country in the world.
    Beck, Sedefka V., and Sara J. Gundersen (2016)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55:1: 105-129.

    Analyzes 2005-06 Ghana Living Standards Survey data; Spiritualist, Pentecostal, & Methodist women had higher income while traditionalists had lower.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Prosperity Gospel, Ghana; Stratification; Pentecostal, Ghana; Ghana; Gender; Africanist
  • Religious forms in secularized society: Three Catholic groups in comparison.
    Turco, Daniela (2016)
    Social Compass 63:4: 513-528.

    With a background of secularization, where ordinary practice is ancillary to extraordinary experiences, Catholic Action, charismatic renewal, and Catholic-affiliated scouting represent different aspects of Catholicism. Only the charismatics resist modernity.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Catholic, Italy; Italy, Cosenza; Catholic Action; Abortion; Euthanasia; Divorce; Scouting; Catholic, Italy; Homosexuality; Moral; Belief
  • Sect-to-church movement in globalization: Transforming Pentecostalism and coastal intermediaries in contemporary China.
    Huang, Ke-hsien (2016)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55:2: 407-416.

    Leaders in True Jesus Church, a Pentecostal denomination in China, used the prestige of overseas influences to legitimate change away from sect-like to denomination-like features.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Pentecostal, China; Typology; True Jesus Church, China; Legitimation; China; Globalization
  • Becoming a God hunter towards conversion in a Brooklyn tongue-speaking church.
    Marina, Peter J. (2016)
    Social Compass 63:1: 76-92.

    Based on participant observation in an Afro-Caribbean Pentecostal church in Brooklyn. The series of sequential steps in entering into the religious search have a long & complex story for the individuals, not a mere crisis.

    Associated Search Terms: Conversion; Participant observation; Afro-Caribbean Americans; United States, New York, Brooklyn; Pentecostal, U.S.A.; Narrative
  • West Indian Pentecostals: Living Their Faith in New York and London.
    McLean-Farrell, Janice A. (2016)
    London: Bloomsbury Academic.

    Associated Search Terms: Comparative; United States, New York, New York; West Indian Americans; Participant observation; Migrant; Pentecostal; Generations; West Indian British; Great Britain, London
  • African Pentecostals in Catholic Europe. The Politics of Presence in the Twenty-First Century.
    Butticci, Annalisa (2016)
    Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press

    Participant observation of African Pentecostal worship in Ital; in practice they parallel Catholicism in their sacramental materiality--especially that of folk Catholicism. The worship also establishes a anti-structure a term the author does not use.

    Associated Search Terms: Marginality; Prejudice, racial; Popular Catholicism; Pentecostal, Italy; Participant observation; Minority; Material culture; Materiality; Relic; Art; Italy; Migrant; Anti-structure; Catholic, Italy; Certeau, Michel de; Competition; Experience; Folk religion; Gramsci, Antonio; African Italians
  • Sensing God: Bodily manifestations and their interpretation in Pentecostal rituals and everyday life.
    Inbody, Joel (2015)
    Sociology of Religion 76:3: 337-355.

    Based on participant observation & interviews in a Pentecostal congregation; notes bodily sensations found to be meaningful by subjects.

    Associated Search Terms: Body; Ritual; Pentecostal; Participant observation; Experience; Emotion
  • An extraordinary degree of exaltation: Durkheim, effervescence and Pentecostalism's defeat of secularisation.
    Jennings, Mark (2015)
    Social Compass 62:1: 61-75.

    While Durkheim thought society would of itself provide effervescence, Pentecostalism has done this instead.

    Associated Search Terms: Secularization; Collective effervescence; Pentecostal; Durkheim, Émile
  • Faith and crime in the construction of social coexistence in the outskirts of São Paulo.
    Abumanssur, Edin S. (2015)
    Social Compass 62:3: 396-411.

    Notes the presence of Pentecostal organized crime figures in the outskirts of São Paulo. The Pentecostalism of that environment has detached itself from the normative Pentecostalism of the large denominations.

    Associated Search Terms: Criminology; Pentecostal, Brazil; Brazil, São Paulo, São Paulo
  • The embodiment of prayer in charismatic Christianity.
    Wilkinson, Michael, and Peter Althouse (2015)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and Linda Woodhead (eds.) A Sociology of Prayer. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 153-167.

    Field work on "soaking prayer" in Catch the Fire (formerly Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship).

    Associated Search Terms: Body; Silence; Catch the Fire; Pentecostal, neo, Canada; Prayer
  • The growth and development of non-Catholic churches in Chile.
    Gooren, Henri (2015)
    Review of Religious Research 57:2: 191-218.

    In Chile, social disruption accompanying urbanization, economic depression, & political turmoil predicted Protestant, especially Pentecostal, growth, which has leveled off in recent years.

    Associated Search Terms: Anomie; Chile; Economic; Pentecostal, Chile; Protestant, Chile; Urbanization
  • Pentecostal prayer as personalcommunication and invisible institutional work.
    Fer, Yannick (2015)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and Linda Woodhead (eds.) A Sociology of Prayer. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 49-65.

    Based on 2000 & after field work in French Polynesian Assemblies of God, where individual prayer is highlighted & institutional work remains invisible.

    Associated Search Terms: Institution; Assemblies of God, French Polynesia; French Polynesia; Pentecostal, French Polynesia; Habitus; Mauss, Marcel; Prayer; Glossolalia
  • Being "one of them": Hierarchy and institutionalisation of charisma of an ethnic pastor in a Romani congregation.
    Ripka, Št?pán (2015)
    Social Compass 62:2: 147-158.

    Study of a religious leader who combined ethnic identity & religious charisma.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Czech Republic; Charisma; Czech Republic; Ethnic; Romani; Participant observation; Clergy
  • Prayer as a tool in Swedish Pentecostalism.
    Mahieddin, Emir (2015)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and Linda Woodhead (eds.) A Sociology of Prayer. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 81-96.

    Based on participant observation of Pentecostals in a pietistic part of Sweden; focuses on changes in prayer. Physical charismatic manifestations, glossolalia, prophecy, & healing are now reserved for private prayer groups, not Sunday services. Studies the case of Swedish Pentecostals creating an orphanage in Romania.

    Associated Search Terms: Social services; Prayer; Participant observation; Glossolalia; Pentecostal, Sweden; Sweden, Jönköping; Prayer group
  • Religious belonging, religious agency, and women's autonomy in Mozanbique.
    Agadjanian, Victor, and Scott T. Yabiku (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:3: 461-476.

    Based on 2008 interview data from women aged 15-50 in a largely Christian area of southern Mozambique. Catholics & mainline Protestants (liberal) had higher autonomy than Apostolic, other Pentecostal, & unaffiliated women.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Mozambique; Africanist; Apostolic, Mozambique; Autonomy; Denomination (organizational entity); Gender traditionalism; Mozambique, Chibuto District, Gaza Province; Women; Catholic, Mozambique; Protestant (mainline), Mozambique
  • Exaltation: Ecstatic Experience in Pentecostalism and Popular Music.
    Jennings, Mark (2014)
    Bern: Peter Lang.

    Associated Search Terms: Ecstasy; Pentecostal; Experience; Music
  • Fratelli e sorelle di Jerry Masslo: L'immigrazione Evangelica in Italia.
    Naso, Paolo, Alessia Passarelli, and Tamara Pispisa (2014)
    Torino: Claudiana.

    Associated Search Terms: Italy, Campania; Pentecostal, Italy
  • L’«oncion » dans le (néo)pentecôtisme : histoire et trajectoire transatlantique (Amérique, Afrique, Europe).
    Rey, Jeanne (2014)
    In P. Chason, Y. Droz, Y. Gez, and E. Soares (eds.) Mobilité religieuse. Retours croisés des Afriques aux Amériques. Paris : Karthala, pp. 213-227.

    Associated Search Terms: Diffusion; Ritual; Pentecostal, neo
  • Médias religieux, esprits voyageurs. Diffusion publique et secret dans le Pentecôtisme et dans la religion traditionnelle au Ghana.
    De Witte, Marleen (2014)
    Social Compass 61:1: 11-20.

    Traditional religions in Ghana have borrowed presentation styles from Christian Pentecostal broadcasts.

    Associated Search Terms: Africanist; Ghana; Media; Pentecostal, Ghana
  • A ascensão politica dos Pentecostais no Basil na avaliação de líderes religiosos.
    Machado, Maria das Dores Campos (2014)
    DADOS--Revista de Ciências Sociais 57:3: 601-631.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil; Pentecostal, Brazil; Politics, Brazil
  • Sharing charisma as a mode of Pentecostal expansion.
    Campos, Roberta Bivar C. (2014)
    Social Compass 61:3: 277-289.

    In Brazilian Pentecostalism, personal charisma institutionalizes into commodification, family names, and mimicry.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil; Charisma; Pentecostal, Brazil; Routinization
  • Chant céleste: la glossolalie en milieu pentecôtiste charismaique à l’Île de la Réunion.
    Aubourg, Valérie (2014)
    Anthropologie et Sociétés 38:1: 32-45.

    Associated Search Terms: France, Réunion; Glossolalia; Pentecostal, France
  • Sociogenèse des Églises pentecôtistes africaines en France.
    Mottier, Damien (2014)
    Social Compass 61:1: 73-91.

    Account of new Pentecostal churches in France resulting from 1980s migrations from Africa.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, France; France; Migrant; African French
  • El neo-pentecostalismo en América latina: Contribución a una antropología de la mundialización.
    Garcia-Ruiz, Jesús F., and Patrick Michel (2014)
    Sociedad y Religión 13: 24/41: 43-78.

    Associated Search Terms: Latin America; Globalization; Pentecostal, neo, Latin America
  • Saint Peter's new churches: The indigenization of neocharismatic Christianity in St. Petersburg.
    Penttilä, Maija (2014)
    Nordic Journal of Religion & Society 27:1: 19-38.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Russia; Indigenization; Russia, St. Petersburg
  • Latino Pentecostals in America.
    Espinosa, Gastón (2014)
    Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Latino Americans; Pentecostal, U.S.A.
  • Religion, migration et esthétique des médias. Notes concernant la circulation et la réception des films provenant du Nigéria à Kinshasa.
    Pype, Katrien (2014)
    Social Compass 61:1:30-38.

    Sees the circulation of Nigerian Pentecostal videos in Kinshasa as an aspect of broader commercial and migratory relations between Nigeria and the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Democratic Republic of the Congo; Media; Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kinshasa
  • Pentecostalismo e o sofrimento do (ex-)bandido: testemunhos, mediações, modos de subjetivação e projetos de cidadania nas periferias.
    Machado, Carly Barboza (2014)
    Horizontes Antropológicos 20/42: 153-180.

    Associated Search Terms: Testimonial; Assembleia de Deus dos Últimos Dias; Brazil, Rio de Janeiro; Criminology; Pentecostal, Brazil; Suffering
  • The Shifting Religious Identity of Latinos in the United States.
    Pew Research Center (2014)
    Washington, D.C.: Pew Reserch Center.

    Largely 2013 descriptive statistics on a sample of Latino Americans, focusing on their religion & related attitudes.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, U.S.A.; Politics, U.S.A.; Latino Americans; Pentecostal, U.S.A.; Practice; Pentecostal, Catholic, U.S.A.; Ethnic; Denomination (organizational entity); Charismatic, U.S.A.; Belief; Conversion
  • God's Gangs. Barrio Ministry, Masculinity, and Gang Recovery.
    Flores, Edward Orozco (2014)
    New York: New York University Press.

    2008-09 participant observation & interview data show two urban street ministries facilitating a transition by young adult males from street life to conventional life, self-destructive masculine expression to family-centered masculine expression.

    Associated Search Terms: Body; Gang; Participant observation; Gender role; Masculinity ideology; United States, California, Los Angeles; Life histories; Catholic, U.S.A.; Criminology; Pentecostal, U.S.A.; Latino Americans
  • Pentecostalism in global perspective.
    Flory, Richard, and Kimon Sargeant (2013)
    In Richard Flory and Kimon Sargeant (eds.) Spirit and Power: The Growth and Global Impact of Pentecostalism. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 297-317.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal
  • Global Pentecostal demographics.
    Johnson, Todd M. (2013)
    In D.E. Miller, K.H. Sargeant, and R. flory (eds.) Spirit and Power: The Growth and Global Impact of Pentecostalism. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 319-328.

    Associated Search Terms: Demography; Pentecostal
  • Le Chiese Neopentecostali e carismatiche Africane.
    Butticci, Annalisa (2013)
    In Enzo Pace (ed.) Le religioni nell'Italia che cambia: Mappe e bussole. Roma: Carocci, pp. 85-96.

    Associated Search Terms: Italy; Pentecostal, Italy; Pentecostal, neo, Italy
  • As Igrejas Pentecostais no Censo de 2010.
    Mariz, Cecília Loreto, and Paulo Gracino, Jr. (2013)
    In Faustino Teixeira and Renata menezes (eds.) Religiões em Movimento: O Censo de 2010. Petrópolis: Vozes, pp. 161-74.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil; Pentecostal, Brazil
  • The future of Pentecostalism in Brazil: The limits to growth.
    Freston, Paul (2013)
    In R.W. Hefner (ed.) Global Pentecostalism in the 21st Century. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 63-90.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil; Pentecostal, Brazil
  • The growth and development of non-Catholic churches in Paraguay.
    Gooren, Henri (2013)
    In Richard Flory, Donald E. Miller, and Kimon Sargeant (eds.) Spirit and Power: The Global Impact of Pentecostal Growth. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 83-98.

    Associated Search Terms: Paraguay; Pentecostal, Paraguay
  • God speaking to God: Translation and unintelligibility at a Fijian Pentecostal crusade.
    Tomlinson, Matt (2013)
    Australian Journal of Anthropology 23:3: 274-289.

    Associated Search Terms: Fiji; Pentecostal, Fiji; Glossolalia
  • Tensions and trends in Pentecostal gender and family relations.
    Martin, Bernice (2013)
    In Robert Hefner (ed.) Global Pentecostalism in the 21st Century. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 115-148.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal; Family; Gender role
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