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  • New concepts for new dynamics: Generating theory for the study of religious innovation and social change.
    Marti, Gerardo (2017)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 56:1: 6-18.

    Within Christianity there is often a movement from counter cultural to established forms, especially fundamentalist ones. Contested legitimation is thematic in the process. This article introduces 4 others dealing with the Emerging Church Movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Individualism; Entrepreneur, sectarian; Emerging church; Discourse; Counterculture; Social movement; Legitimation
  • The Rise of Network Christianity. How Independent Leaders Are Changing the Religious Landscape.
    Christerson, Brad, and Richard Flory (2017)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Focuses on independent Pentecostal leadership in the USA & growth of its churches. Based on interviews with the leaders. A network polity emerged from the 1990s "new paradigm" Pentecostals. Their status as independent apostles avoids the routinization of their charisma.

    Associated Search Terms: Miracle; Charismatic, U.S.A.; Market model; Entrepreneur, sectarian; Network; Pentecostal, U.S.A.; Polity; Routinization; Charisma
  • Reconceptualizing Types of Religious Organization. Dominant, Sectarian, Alternative, and Emergent Tradition Groups.
    Bromley, David G., and J. Gordon Melton (2012)
    Nova Religio 15:3: 4-28.

    Finds problems with the church, denomination, sect, & cult typology in the study of new religions. Proposes a new typology: Dominant, sectarian, alternative, emergent. Places a number of new religions into these categories.

    Associated Search Terms: Typology; Sectarian (type); New religions; Emergent (type); Dominant (type); Alternative (type)
  • Gangs, Sectarianism and Social Capital: A Qualitative Study of Young People in Scotland.
    Deuchar, Ross J., and Chris Holligan (2010)
    Sociology 44:1: 13-30.

    Focus group data fail to make it clear that sectarianism is a factor in territorial boy groups.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain, Scotland, Glasgow; Adolescents; Gang; Sectarianism
  • Hope for Healing: The Mobilization of Interest in Three Types of Religious Healing in the Netherlands Since 1850.
    Vellenga, Sipco J. (2008)
    Social Compass 55:3: 330-350.

    Interprets historical trends with market concepts.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Netherlands; Pentecostal, Netherlands; Historical; Esoteric; Catholic, Netherlands; Healing; Entrepreneur, sectarian; Market model
  • Simulating sects: A computer model of the Stark-Finke-Bainbridge-Iannaccone rules for sectarian behavior.
    Spickard, James V. (2007)
    In Inger Furseth and Paul Lee-Salveson (eds.) Religion in Late Modernity: Essays in Honor of Pĺl Repstad. Trondheim: Tapir Academic Press, pp. 131-152.

    Associated Search Terms: Stark, Rodney; Sectarian (type); Methods; Market model
  • Cooperative Coalitions on the Religious Right and Left: Considering the Resilience of Sectarianism.
    Evans, John H. (2006)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45:2: 195-215.

    Based on 2000 U.S.A.. survey data; the religious left is more likely to form inter-denominational coalitions while the right is more sectarian.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Ecumenism; Sectarianism; Politics, U.S.A.
  • The churching of the Pacific Northwest: The rise of sectarian entrepreneurs.
    Wellman, James K., Jr. (2004)
    In Patricia O'Connell Killen and Mark Silk (eds.) Religion and public life in the Pacific Northwest: The none zone. Walnut Creek, California: AltaMira Press, pp. 79-105.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, regions; Entrepreneur, sectarian; United States, Pacific Northwest
  • The Fragmentation of Experience in the Modern World.
    Tomka, Miklós (1997)
    In Giuseppe Ruggieri and Miklós Tomka (eds.) The Church in Fragments: Towards What Kind of Unity? Concilium 1997:3: 3-15.

    Provides a grand historical narrative of the differentiation of institutions & emergence of multicultural experiences, leading to such options as privatization & sectarian withdrawal.

    Associated Search Terms: Modernity; Secularization; Sectarianism; Privatization; Pluralism; Differentiation
  • The Flying Phoenix: Aspects of Chinese Sectarianism inTaiwan.
    Jordan, David K., and Daniel L. Overmyer (1986)
    Princeton, New Jersey; Princeton University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Sectarianism; Taiwan
  • Slaves to No Sect: The Anglican Clergy and Liturgical Change.
    Aldridge, Alan (1986)
    Sociological Review 34:2: 357-380.

    Questionnaire data from the parochial clergy of an English diocese show approval of the 1980 Alternative Service Book, & little sectarianism.

    Associated Search Terms: Ritual; Church of England; Clergy; Sectarianism; Great Britain
  • Sickness and Sectarianism: Exploratory Studies in Medical and Religious Sectarianism.
    Jones, Robert Kenneth (ed.) (1985)
    Aldershot: gower.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Sectarianism
  • The sectarian contribution. The decline of church-based religiosity and the rise of sectarianism.
    Hill, Mike (1985)
    In Brian Colless and Peter Donovan (eds.) Religion in New Zealand Society, 2nd ed. Palmerston North, New Zealand: Dunmore Press, pp. 119-142.

    Associated Search Terms: Sectarianism; New Zealand
  • From Revival to Restoration: The Emergence of Britain's New Classical Pentecostalism.
    Walker, Andrew G. (1985)
    Social Compass 32:2/3: 261-271.

    Interprets Pentecostal sectarianism in Britain as a defense against modernity & secularization.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Great Britain; Great Britain; Sectarianism; Modernity; Secularization
  • The Buddhist Saints of the Forest and the Cult of Amulets: A Study in Charisma, Hagiography, Sectarianism, and Millennial Buddhism.
    Tambiah, Stanley J. (1984)
    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Buddhist; Saints; Sectarianism; Charisma
  • Black Religion's Promethean Motif: Orthodoxy and Militancy.
    Nelsen, Hart M., Thomas W. Madron, and Raytha L. Yokley (1975)
    American Journal of Sociology 81: 139-146.

    Reanalyzes Gary Marx's data; finds no significant relationship of blacks' militancy to religiosity. Analyzes 1970-71 interview data from Bowling green, Kentucky; shows orthodoxy correlated with & sectarianism inversely with militancy.

    Associated Search Terms: Sectarianism; United States, Kentucky, Bowling Green; Civil rights movement; African Americans
  • Sectarianism and Psychosocial Adjustment: A Controlled Comparison of Puerto Rican Pentecostals and Catholics.
    Garrison, Vivian (1974)
    In Irving I. Zaretsky and Mark P. Leone (eds.), Religious Movements in Contemporary America. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, pp. 298-329.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, U.S.A.; Catholic, U.S.A.; Sectarianism; Deprivation; United States, New York, New York; Puerto Rican Americans
  • Sectarianism, World View, and Anomie.
    Nelsen, Hart M. (1972)
    Social Forces 51: 226-233.

    Based on 1967 interview data from Presbyterians (UPCUSA & PCUS) in southern Appalachia; sectarianism derives not from deprivation-based anomie but from the world view of lower class, rural individuals who have low levels of reading.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Presbyterian, U.S.A.; Sectarianism; Anomie; Stratification; United States, Appalachia
  • Sectarianism and Social Participation. A Study of the Relationship Between Religious Attitudes and Involvement in Voluntary Organizations in Seventy-Two Churches in the Southern Appalachian Mountains.
    Hartley, Loyde H. (1968)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Emory University.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Appalachia; Social participation; Sectarianism
  • Sectarian Commitment and Withdrawal.
    Zinser, Raymond D. (1963)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago.

    Associated Search Terms: Introversion; Sectarianism; Reorganized Latter-day Saints
  • Catholic Sectarianism: A Sociological Analysis of the So-called Boston Heresy Case.
    O'Dea, Thomas F. (1961)
    Review of Religious Research 3: 49-63. [Also in Thomas F. O'Dea, Sociology and the Study of Religion. Theory, Research, Interpretation. New York: Basic, 1970, pp. 23-38]

    A study of the Feeney schism.

    Associated Search Terms: Schism; Feeney, Leonard; Catholic, U.S.A.; Sectarianism
  • The Influence of Denominationalism on Social Life and Organizational Patterns.
    Kruijt, J.P. (1959)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 8: 105-112.

    Associated Search Terms: Denominationalism; Netherlands; Organization; Sectarianism
  • Religious Sectarianism and Race Prejudice.
    Edwards, Lyford P. (1935)
    American Journal of Sociology 41:2: 167-179.

    Considers conditions under which sectarianism mitigates racial prejudice & those under which it reinforces it.

    Associated Search Terms: Prejudice, racial; Sectarianism
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