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  • The rebirth of Catholic collective action in Central America: A new model of church-based political participation.
    Keogh, Stacy, and Richard L. Wood (2013)
    Social Compass 60:2: 273-291.

    Based on 2004-09 field work with Comunidades de Fe para la Acci?n, a community organizing entity related to the U.S.-based PICO.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Central America; Social movement; Activism; Participant observation; Guatemala; El Salvador; Community organization; Resource mobilization
  • Religious Protest and Economic Conflict: Possibilities and Constraints on Religious Resource Mobilization and Coalitions in Detroit's Newspaper Strike.
    Mirola, William A. (2003)
    Sociology of Religion 64:4: 443-461.

    Examines the role of religion as a resource for mobilization in a newspaper strike.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Michigan, Detroit; Labor; Resource mobilization; Social movement
  • Antisatanism as a Social Movement.
    Swatos, William H., Jr. (2002)
    In Edward I. Bailey (ed.) The Secular Quest for Meaning in Life. Denton Papers in Implicit Religion. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 269-289.

    Sees Satanism as a converse of Evangelicalism, & the latter re-energizing around the former.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Resource mobilization; Evangelical; Satanist
  • The Cultural Dimension of Social Movements: A Theoretical Reassessment and Literature Review.
    Hart, Stephen (1996)
    Sociology of Religion 57:1: 87-100.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Culture; Resource mobilization
  • Mobilizing to Grow: The Persistence and Transformation of the Evangelical Formosan Church of Los Angeles.
    Chao, Hsing-Kuang (1995)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Purdue University (DAI 58:10 A, p. 4080]

    Associated Search Terms: Resource mobilization; Taiwanese Americans; United States, California, Los Angeles; Evangelical Formosan Church of Los Angeles; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Case study
  • The Accommodation and Deradicalization of Innovative Religious Movements.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr. (1992)
    In Brinislaw Misztal and Anson D. Shupe, Jr. (eds.) Religion and Politics in Comparative perspective. Revival of Religious Fundamentalism in East and West. Westport, Connecticut: praeger, pp. 28-39.

    Associated Search Terms: Accommodation; Resource mobilization; New religions; Social movement
  • The Revitalization Movement in the Catholic Church: The Institutional Dilemma of Power.
    Ebaugh, Helen Rose (1991)
    Sociological Analysis 52:1: 1-12.

    Associated Search Terms: Revitalization movement; Resource mobilization; Catholic, U.S.A.
  • Lobbying for the Lord: The New Christian Right Home-Schooling Movement and Grassroots Lobbying.
    Bates, Vernon L. (1991)
    Review of Religious Research 33:1: 3-17.

    1987 interview & field data of lobbying efforts in Oregon for laws favoring home schooling.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Fundamentalist; Politics, U.S.A.; Education; Resource mobilization; United States, Oregon
  • Deviance Labeling and Normative Strategies in the Canadian
    Kent, Stephen A. (1990)
    Canadian Journal of Sociology 15:4: 393-416.

    Applies deviance & labeling theory to strategies of new religions & the anticult movement in Canada.

    Associated Search Terms: Canada; New religions; Anti-cult movement; Resource mobilization; Deviance/social control; Labeling
  • Televangelism and Political Mobilization.
    Hadden, Jeffrey K. (1990)
    In Quentin J. Schultze (ed.), American Evangelicals and the Mass Media. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, pp. 215-229.

    Considers the new Christian right in the U.S.; uses resource mobilization theory.

    Associated Search Terms: Media; Resource mobilization; Politics, U.S.A.; Evangelical, U.S.A.
  • Pilgrimage as Spiritual Journey: An Analysis of Pilgrimage Using the Theory of V. Turner and the Resource Mobilization Approach.
    Pace, Enzo (1989)
    Social Compass 36:2: 229-244.

    Associated Search Terms: Resource mobilization; Pilgrimage; Turner, Victor; Rajneesh; Marian
  • Political Action Committees of the New Christian Right: A Longitudinal Analysis.
    Wilcox, Clyde (1988)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 27:1: 60-71.

    Applies resource mobilization theory to U.S. Federal Election Commission data; new Christian right political action committees raise much money, but use little for campaign contributions in closely contested races.

    Associated Search Terms: Resource mobilization; Conservative, U.S.A.; Politics, U.S.A.
  • The New Christian Right and its Preexistent Network: A Resource Mobilization Explanation.
    Miller, Wesley E. (1986)
    Humanity and Society 10:2: 179-195.

    Changes in U.S. campaign financing laws made fund-raising techniques of previously existing groups (the old right & the fundamentalist church growth movement) useful.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Resource mobilization; Politics, U.S.A.
  • The "Deformation" of New Religions: Impacts of Societal and Organizational Factors.
    Richardson, James T. (1985)
    In Thomas Robbins, William C. Shepherd, and James McBride (eds.) Cults, Culture, and the Law. Perspectives on New Religious Movements. Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press, pp. 163-175.

    Conceptualizes the organizational life of new religions in terms of external & internal pressures.

    Associated Search Terms: New religions; Social movement; Institutionalization; Resource mobilization
  • "Mormons for ERA": An Internal Social Movement.
    White, O. Kendall, Jr. (1985)
    Journal for Ethnic studies 13:1: 29-50.

    Uses the resource mobilization model to describe the origin & growth of a movement organization; Mormons for ERA formed against the church's campaign to defeat the proposed Equal Rights Amendment, with confrontation creating support for the movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Women; Resource mobilization; Mormon, U.S.A.
  • Attendance at a Billy Graham Crusade: A Resource Mobilization Approach.
    Johnson, Norris R., David A. Choate, and William Bunis (1984)
    Sociological Analysis 45:4: 383-392.

    Attendance at a Cincinnati, Ohio, crusade depended on local churches mobilizing their congregations.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Resource mobilization; United States, Ohio, Cincinnati; Billy Graham Crusade
  • Catholic Traditionalism in America. A Study of the Remnant Faithful.
    Dinges, William D. (1983)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Kansas. [DA 44:4 A, p. 1116]

    Employs social movement & resource mobilization approaches to interpret participant observation, questionnaire, & primary literature data.

    Associated Search Terms: Resource mobilization; Catholic, traditionalist movement; Social movement
  • Organizational and Social Structural Characteristics Influencing Resource Mobilization: A Case Study of the American Jewish Federation Movement.
    Schwartz, Sanford (1983)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Catholic University of America.

    Associated Search Terms: Organization; Resource mobilization; Social movement; Jewish, U.S.A.; American Jewish Federation Movement
  • The Church and Social Action: Steelworkers and Bishops in Youngstown.
    Wolcott, Roger T. (1982)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 21:1: 71-79.

    Uses the resource mobilization model to interpret a social movement that emerged in response to a 1977 steel plant closing. Churches proved to be an important resource for minimizing opposition.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Activism; United States, Ohio, Youngstown; Resource mobilization
  • Relative Deprivation and Resource Mobilization: A Study of Early Quakerism.
    Kent, Stephen A. (1982)
    British Journal of Sociology 33:4: 529-544.

    Sees resource mobilization & relative deprivation theories as complementary; uses early Quakerism in England to illustrate the point.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain; Historical; Social movement; Quaker, Great Britain; Resource mobilization; Relative deprivation
  • Financing the New Religions: A Resource Mobilization Approach.
    Bromley, David G., and Anson D. Shupe, Jr. (1980)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 19:3: 227-239.

    Examines the organizational infrastructure for and ritualization of publicly soliciting funds for world-transformation religions.

    Associated Search Terms: Contributions; Resource mobilization; New religions
  • White Hot Mobilization: Strategies of a Millenarian Movement.
    Lofland, John (1979)
    In Mayer N. Zald and John D. McCarthy (eds.) The Dynamics of Social Movements. Resource Mobilization, Social Control, and Tactics. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Winthrop, pp. 157-166.

    Applies resource mobilization theory to the U.S. mission of the Unification Church (under pseudonyms).

    Associated Search Terms: Resource mobilization; Social movement; Unification Church, U.S.A.
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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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