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  • 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
  • Different Religions, Different Politics? Religion and Political Attitudes in Argentina and Chile.
    Patterson, Eric (2004)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 43:3: 345-362.

    Not which religion, but devoutness predicts support for democracy.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Catholic, Argentina; Chile; Argentina; Politics, Chile; Protestant, Chile; Politics, Argentina; Protestant, Argentina; Catholic, Chile
  • Anticlericalismo y religión popular en Chile (1900-1920).
    Parker Gumucio, Cristián (1987)
    Revista mexicana de sociología 49;3: 185-204.

    Associated Search Terms: Protest; Chile; Popular religion; Historical; Anticlericalism; Catholic, Chile
  • Religion, Dynamique Sociale et Dépendance. Les Mouvements Protestants en Argentine et au Chili.
    Lalive d'Epinay, Christian (1975)
    Paris & La Haye: Mouton.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Latin America; Argentina; Dependency theory; Chile
  • Les Religions au Chili entre l'Alienation et la Prise de Conscience.
    Lalive d'Epinay, Christian, and Jacques Zylberberg (1974)
    Social Compass 21:1: 85-101.

    Examines the positions of Amerindian animism, Catholicism, & Protestantism; outlines complex relations among nation, class, groups, & religious activity in pre-Pinochet Chile.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Chile; Catholic, Chile; Protestant, Chile; Animist, Chile; Alienation; Stratification; Class consciousness; Chile
  • Protestantism and Poltiics in Chile and Brazil.
    Turner, Frederick C. (1970)
    Comparative Studies in Society and History 12: 63-89.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Brazil; Politics, Chile; Brazil; Protestant, Brazil; Chile; Protestant, Chile
  • Followers of the New Faith: Culture Change and the Rise of Protestantism in Brazil and Chile.
    Willems, Emilio (1967)
    Nashville, Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Press.

    Lower class rural-to-urban migrants adopt a fundamentalism that is compatible with rural supernaturalism. The Protestant sects instill discipline & teach literacy, making the converts economically dependable workers.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Brazil; Chile; Urban/rural; Protestant, Latin America; Migrant
  • Protestantismus und Kulturwandel in Brasilien und Chile./Protestantism and culture change in Brazil and Chile.
    Willems, Emilio (1963)
    In R. König & J. Winckelmann (eds) Max Weber zum Gedächtnis. Materialien und Dokumente zur Bewertung von Werk und Persönlichkeit. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, Sonderheft 7. Köln & Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, pp 307-333.

    In W.V. D'Antonio & F.B. Pike (eds.) Religion, Revolution, and Reform. New York: Praeger, 1964, pp. 91-108; S.N. Eisenstadt (ed.) The Protestant Ethic and Modernization. New York: Basic, 1968, pp. 184-210.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Brazil; Chile; Change; Protestant, Chile; Brazil
  • Culture Change and the Rise of Protestantism in Brazil and Chile.
    Willems, Emilio (1963)
    In Shmuel N. Eisenstadt (ed.) The Protestant Work Ethic and Modernization. New York: Basic, pp. 184-210.

    Notes low status creating a wish to express equality among the lower classes, met by Protestantism. Converts acquire new values & relations to society, become literate, & experience upward mobility.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Brazil; Mobility (vertical); Stratification; Chile; Brazil; Protestant, Chile
  • Protestantismus und Klassenstruktur in Chile.
    Willems, Emilio (1960)
    Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 12:4: 652-671.

    Notes internal class tensions & describes the schools of the European immigrant, of the traditional North American churches, & of the Pentecostal Protestant churches in Chile; the schools of the first 2 serve as vehicles for upward mobility.

    Associated Search Terms: Chile; Stratification; Education; Mobility (vertical); Protestant, Chile; Pentecostal, Chile
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