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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
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