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  • Piety, power, and the purse: Religious economies theory and urban reform in the Holy Roman Empire.
    Pfaff, Steven, and Katie E. Corcoran (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:4: 757-776.

    Historical analysis of the 16th century Reformation in 218 cities of the Holy Roman Empire yielded mixed support for theorized demand factor & entry control hypotheses, & firm support for a hypothesis based on political incentives.

    Associated Search Terms: Reformation; Urban; Market model; Holy Roman Empire; Historical
  • Slavery as Progress: Pagan and Christian Views of Slavery as Moral Training.
    Kyrtatas, Dimitris J. (1995)
    International Sociology 10:2: 219-234.

    Ancient slave owners argued that moral training could be imparted with slavery; this was given religious articulation in the Roman Empire.

    Associated Search Terms: Slavery; Early Christian; Ideology; Roman Empire
  • Die stadtrömischen Christen in den ersten beiden Jahrhunderten.
    Lampe, Peter (1988)
    Tübingen: Mohr.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Roman Empire
  • Pharisees, Scribes and Sadducees in Palestinian Society: A Sociological Approach.
    Saldarini, Anthony J. (1988)
    Wilmington, Delaware: Michael Glazier.

    Approaches the Jewish groupings of Palestine in the Roman era in terms of tributary systems of power.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Roman Empire; Tributary system
  • El púlpito como medio de communicación de masas. Los primeros tiempos: La génesis de la unificación Iglesia-Estado.
    Fernandez Vargas, Valentina (1979)
    Revista internacional de sociologia 37/29: 105-116.

    Traces the changing doctrines of the origin of state authority in the Roman Empire, from pre-Christian times to the 5th century, C.E.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Roman Empire; State
  • Les Cadres Sociaux de la Morale Stoďcienne dans l'Empire Romain.
    Cazeneuve, Jean (1963)
    Cahiers internationales de sociologie 34: 13-26.

    Associated Search Terms: Moral; Roman Empire; Stoicism
  • The Oriental Religions in the Western Roman Empire as Seen in the Latin Inscriptions. A Study in Historical Sociology.
    Bowers, Raymond Victor (1930)
    Unpublished M.A. thesis, Northwestern University.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Roman Empire
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