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  • Another Christian right? The politicization of Korean Protestantism in contemporary global society.
    Cho, Kyuhoon (2014)
    Social Compass 61:3: 310-327.

    After the end of the Cold War, the Protestant churches ceased to grow, and some have become politically active on the right.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Korea (South); Protestant, Korea (South); Korea (South)
  • Markets of piety and pious markets: The protestant ethic and the spirit of Korean capitalism.
    Baldacchino, Jean-Paul (2012)
    Social Compass 59:3: 367-385.

    Rather than a Confucian work ethic, it is Puritan-like Protestantism in South Korea that has an elective affinity with capitalism. Bsed on field work in a Seoul congregation.

    Associated Search Terms: Korea (South), Seoul; Parish; Protestant Ethic
  • Severe Underrepresentation of Women in Church Leadership in the Korean Immigrant Community in the United States.
    Min, Pyong Gap (2008)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47:2: 225-241.

    Korean immigrant churches in the greater New York area have few women leaders, more because of a Confucian-based patriarchy & migrant males' status needs than because of conservative theology.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Women; Korean Americans; Patriarchy; Korea (South); Clergy; Sexism; Protestant, Korea (South); United States, New York, New York
  • Korean Protestant Christianity in the midst of globalization: neoliberalism and the pentecostalization of Korean churches.
    Kim, Sung Gun (2007)
    Korea Journal 47:4: 147-170.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Korea; Pentecostal, Korea; Globalization; Korea (South)
  • Das "andere" Wachstumswunder. Protestantische Kirchen in Sudkorea.
    Kern, Thomas (2001)
    Zeitschrift für Soziologie 30:5: 341-361.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Korea; Korea (South)
  • Protestant Christianity and its Place in a Changing Korea.
    Park, Yong-Shi (2000)
    Social Compass 47:4: 507-524.

    Protestantism came as a modernizing force, then merged with Korean nationalism during the Japanese occupation, & finally became submerged into the culture of economic development.

    Associated Search Terms: Modernization; Korea (South); Nationalism; Protestant, Korea
  • Korean Religious Culture and Its Affinity to Christianity: The Rise of Protestant Christianity in South Korea.
    Kim, Andrew Eungi (2000)
    Sociology of Religion 61:2: 117-133.

    Parallels between shaminism & some strains of Protestant Christianity explain the growth of the latter in Korea.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Korea; Korea (South); Magic; Values; Shamanism
  • Koreanischen Protestantismus im Modernisierungsprozess--Charisma in etablierter Kirche und Minjunggemeindebewegung.
    Chi, In-Gyw, and Jesn Jetzkowitz (1998)
    In Siegfried Keil, Jens Jetzkowitz, and Matthias König (eds.) Modernisierung und Religion in Südkorea. Studien zur Multireligiosität in einer ostasiatischen Gesellschaft. München: Weltforum Verlag, pp. 197-217.

    Associated Search Terms: Charisma; Korea (South); Modernization; Protestant, Korea
  • The Role of Christianity in the Economic Modernization of South Korea.
    Kim, Jim Young (1984)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Florida State University. [DAI 48:5 A, p. 1288]

    Minimizes the role of Protestant Christianity in the economic development of South Korea.

    Associated Search Terms: Korea (South); Modernization; Historical; Protestant Ethic
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