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  • Human Agency in Mission Work: Missionary Styles and Their Political Consequences.
    Cavalcanti, H.B. (2005)
    Sociology of Religion 66:4: 381-398.

    Compares the diffusion model of one American Protestant missionary to Brazil with the acculturation model of the other.

    Associated Search Terms: Southern Baptist, Brazil; Presbyterian, Brazil; Brazil; Diffusion; Missions; Acculturation
  • The Right Faith at the Right Time? Determinants of Protestant Mission Success in the 19th-Century Brazilian Religious Market.
    Cavalcani, H.B. (2002)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41:3: 423-438.

    Associated Search Terms: Southern Baptist, Brazil; Historical; Presbyterian, Brazil; Brazil; Missions
  • O projeto missionário protestante no Brasil do século 19: comparando a experiência presbiteriana e batista.
    Cavalcanti, H.B. (2001)
    Rever--Revista de estudos da religião 1:4: 61-93.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil; Missions; Baptist, Brazil; Historical; Presbyterian, Brazil; Comparative
  • Unrealistic Expectations: Contesting the Usefulness of Weber's Protestant Ethic for the Study of Latin American Protestantism.
    Cavalcanti, H.B. (1995)
    Journal of Church and State 37;2: 289-308.

    Proposes that a protestant Ethic will not emerge in Latin American Protestantism; focuses on Brazilian Presbyterianism.

    Associated Search Terms: Latin America; Protestant, Latin America; Presbyterian, Brazil; Brazil; Protestant Ethic
  • Political Cooperation and Religious Repression: Presbyterians under Military Rule in Brazil (1964-1974).
    Cavalcanti, H.B. (1992)
    Review of Religious Research 34:2: 97-116.

    Studies the support lent by the Igreja Presbiteriana do Brasil to the military regime; explains it in terms of theological conservatism, awkwardness as a cultural import, & class interests of the members.

    Associated Search Terms: Brazil; Politics, Brazil; Presbyterian, Brazil; Stratification; Igreja Presbiteriana do Brasil
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