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  • Filipino Catholic students and prayer as conversation with God.
    Cornelio, Jayeel Serrano (2015)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and Linda Woodhead (eds.) A Sociology of Prayer. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 133-152.

    Based on interviews with college & university students in Catholic organizations in the Philippines. Respondents described prayer as conversation with God.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Philippines; Philippines; Prayer; Students, undergraduate; Individualism
  • La Virge et la Santa Maria. Les soeurs MIC et la plasticité des religions chinoises à l’Hôpital Général chinois de Manille (1921-1939).
    Laugrand, Frédéric (2014)
    Social Compass 61:4: 550-568.

    Catholic sisters from Canada established relationships with their Chinese immigrant patients in Manilla & converted some, but the conversions carried Chinese folk religion into the cult of the Virgin Mary.

    Associated Search Terms: Missionnaires de l'Immaculée-Conception; Syncretism; Sisters; Philippines, Manila; Missionary; Historical; Conversion; Catholic, Philippines; Chinese Filippinos
  • Shrouded: Islam, War, and Holy War in Southeast Asia.
    Barter, Shane, and Ian Zatkin-Osburn (2014)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 53:1: 187-201. Critique by Isak Svensson 55:1: 185-189. Reply 55:1: 190-193.

    Assesses different ways of seeing how religiously-inspired cases of violence are. Examines 3 Southeast Asian secessionist wars that include Muslims.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Malaysia; Philippines, Mindanao; Thailand; Indonesia, Aceh; Islam, Philippines; War; Islam, Malaysia; Violence; Islam, Thailand
  • "We are 100% Catholic:" Philippine passion rituals and some obstacles in the study of non-European Christianity.
    Bräunlein, Peter J. (2012)
    Journal of Religion in Europe 5: 384-413.

    Associated Search Terms: Philippines; Ritual; Methodology
  • Figuring Cathoicism: An Ethnography of the Santo Niño De Cebu.
    Bautista, Julius (2011)
    Quezon Ciy: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Philippines, Cebu; Discourse analysis; Catholic, Philippines; Symbol
  • Religious Diversity in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. National Case Studies.
    Bouma, Gary D., Rod Ling, and Douglas Pratt (2010)
    Dordrecht: Springer.

    Provides reports on the separate nations.

    Associated Search Terms: New Zealand; Palau; Minority; Brunei Darussalam; Kiribati; Marshall Islands; Micronesia; Thailand; Northern Marianas; State; Samoa; Solomon Islands; Timor Leste; Tonga (island nation); Tuvalu; Vanuatu; Nauru; New Caledonia; Competition; Ecumenism; Fiji; French Polynesia; Indonesia; Women; Malaysia; Australia; Papua-New Guinea; Philippines; Pluralism; Singapore; Sri Lanka; Japan
  • Investing in Miracles: El Shaddai and the Transformation of Popular Catholicism in the Philippines.
    Wiegele, Katharine L. (2005)
    Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Philippines; El Shaddai; Prosperity Gospel, Philippines; Participant observation
  • Peasant Resistance and Religious Protests in Early Philippine Society: Turning Friars against the Grain.
    Nadeau, Kathy (2002)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of religion 41:1: 75-85.

    Friars early in the Spanish period of the Philippines met indigenous criteria of leadership.

    Associated Search Terms: Philippines; Missionary; Revolution; Peasant; Historical; Rural
  • Cognitive Consequences of Faith in God among Filipino Women.
    Obligacion, Freddie R. (1999)
    Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion 10: 117-136.

    Based on interviews in Albay Province, Philippines; belief in divine providence enhanced personal efficacy rather than promoting fatalism.

    Associated Search Terms: Fatalism; Efficacy; Women; Philippines
  • Imitation of Christ in Bicol, Philippines.
    Cannell, Fenella (1995)
    Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 1: 377-394.

    Imitation of Christ continues an indigenous shamanic practice of imitating healing spirits.

    Associated Search Terms: Healing; Philippines, Luzon, Bicol Province; Shamanism; Syncretism
  • A New Religious and Healing Movement in the Philippines.
    Beckford, James A., and Araceli Suzara (1994)
    Religion 24:2: 117-141.

    Based on observations of the Pranic Healing therapeutic movement of wealthy residents of Manila.

    Associated Search Terms: Philippines, Manila; Pranic Healing; Medical; Healing
  • Participation in New Religious and Healing Movement sin the Philippines (Middle Class).
    Suzara, Araceli (1994)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Loyola University of Chicago. [DA 55:1 A, p. 155]

    Based on observations & interviews in Manila among participant sin new religious & healing movements.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; New religions; Healing; Philippines, Manila
  • Cultism, Insurgency, and Vigilantism in the Philippines.
    Kowalewski, David (1991)
    Sociological Analysis 52:3: 241-253. Comment by Araceli Suzara, Sociology of Religion 54:3 (1993): 303-308. Reply by David Kowalewski 54:3: 309-312.

    Summary of newspaper reports of government-encouraged vigilante groups against Communist insurgents.

    Associated Search Terms: Peace/war; Philippines; Typology
  • Religion, Politics, and Rationality in a Philippine Community.
    Pertierra, Raul (1988)
    Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

    Ethnographic study of a community in northern Luzon.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Philippines; Philippines, Luzon, Zamora; Economic; Family; Community study
  • Religion and Reproduction in Philippine Society: A New Test of the Minority-Group Status Hypothesis.
    Johnson, Nan E., and Linda M. Burton (1987)
    Sociological Analysis 48:3: 217-233.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from students at various colleges in the Philippines; compares Protestants' & Catholics' views toward having children.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Philippines; Students, undergraduate; Catholic, Philippines; Family; Minority; Philippines
  • Religious Attitudes and Ways of Life of the World's Youth: The 1972 International Youth Survey of the Office of the Prime Minister of Japan.
    Shirakashi, Sanshiro (1976)
    Journal of Church and State 18:3: 523-536.

    Reports 1972 survey data from youth aged 18-24, from 11 nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Sexual activity; Brazil; Adolescents; Practice; Philippines; Economic; Environmentalism; Japan; United States; Great Britain; Germany, West; France; Switzerland; Sweden; Yugoslavia; India; Youth
  • Church-state Relations in Christianity and Islam.
    Tamney, Joseph B. (1974)
    Review of Religious Research 16:1: 10-18.

    1969-70 questionnaire data from undergraduates in the Philippines, Indonesia, & Singapore. Muslims favor church-state cooperation; Catholics have no consistent stance; Protestants in Indonesia accept church-state cooperation but less so in Singapore.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic; Indonesia; Singapore; Protestant; Students, undergraduate; Islam; State; Philippines
  • Sinfulness of Family Limitation: Interpretation vs. Practice in the Philippines.
    Ballweg, John A. (1972)
    Sociological Analysis 33:2: 110-116.

    Analyzes Philippine nation-wide data (Asia Research Organization); shows Catholics recognizing their church teaching against birth control but practicing it as much as non-Catholics.

    Associated Search Terms: Philippines; Catholic, Philippines; Birth control
  • Incidencias políticas en la cuestión del clero indígena en Filipinas.
    Olaechea Labayen, Juan B. (1972)
    Revista internacional de sociología 30:1/2: 153-186.

    Focuses on the Spanish colonial era.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Philippines; Clergy; Catholic, Philippines; Politics, Philippines; Colonialism
  • The Upi Espiritistas: A Case Study in Cultural Adjustment.
    Schlegel, Stuart A. (1965)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 4:2: 198-212.

    Examines the formation & growth of a local Filipino cult that did not reflect a social unit but a cultural integration of religion, with which it did not interfere, & medical practices, which it did not oppose.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Philippines; Spiritualist, Philippines; Integration (cultural)
  • Philippine Culture and Modernization.
    Manglapus, Raul S. (1965)
    In Robert N. Bellah 9ed.) Religion and Progress in Modern Asia. New York: Free Press.

    Religion, at the core of Asian cultures, affects economic conduct. Not Spanish Catholicism, but a heritage of pre-colonial fiestas retards economic development in the Philippines, contrary to claims made in the Weberian tradition.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Philippines; Philippines; Popular religion; Feast; Modernization; Protestant Ethic
  • Conversion and the Patterning of Christian Experience in Malitbog, Central Panay, Philippines.
    Landa-Jocano, F. (1965)
    Philippine Sociological Review 13:2: 96-118. Comment by Jaime Bulatao 13:2: 119-121.

    Examines the persistence of non-Christian local religion, despite a recent Protestant past & a return to Catholicism, in a rural barrio.

    Associated Search Terms: Popular religion; Syncretism; Conversion; Philippines, Central Panay, Malitbog
  • The Image of the Priest: A Study in Stereotyping.
    Doherty, John F. (1964)
    Philippine Sociological Review 12:1/2: 70-76.

    Analysis of projective essays written by 75 male Catholic university students in Manila.

    Associated Search Terms: Philippines; Catholic, Philippines; Students, undergraduate; Clergy image
  • The Harvest Ritual in North Central Mindanao.
    Madigan, Francis C. (1964)
    Sociological Analysis 25:4: 231-237.

    Describes a non-Christian animist rite performed by Christians in Misamis Oriental & Buikdnon Provinces.

    Associated Search Terms: Philippines, Mindanao; Syncretism; Rural; Folk religion
  • Folk-Rituals of the Misamis-Buikdnon Area: A Preliminary Report.
    Madigan, Francis C., and Zenaida N. Rebolos (1963)
    Philippine Sociological Review 11:1/2: 155-159.

    Describes health & food-related ceremonials; suggests they impede the acceptance of scientific agricultural practices, even among Christian farmers.

    Associated Search Terms: Philippines, Mindanao; Rural; Science; Syncretism; Folk religion
  • Tamontaka: A Sociological Experiment.
    Madigan, Francis C., and Nicholas P.Cushner (1958)
    American Catholic Sociological Review 19:4: 322-336.

    Based on 1957 interviews with people who remembered an 1872-99 missionary experiment by Spanish Jesuits in Tamontaka, a rural village in a Moslem area. They bought slave children & raised them as Christians rather than try to convert adult Moslems.

    Associated Search Terms: Missions; Slavery; Philippines, Mindanao, Tamontaka; Catholic, Philippines
  • People of the Philippines: Their Religious Progress and Preparation for Spiritual Leadership in the Far East.
    Laubach, Frank Charles (1925)
    Garden City, New York: Doran.

    Associated Search Terms: Philippines
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Citation data are provided by Anthony J. Blasi (Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Notre Dame; University of Texas at San Antonio).

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