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  • Constructing a Calling: The Case of Evangelical Christian International Students in the United States.
    Williams, Roman R. (2013)
    Sociology of Religion 74:2: 254-280.

    Based on 2007-09 interviews with 72 international students in Boston and 2 Chinese cities, with follow-ups using photographs of everyday settings made by the students themselves. The theme of callings recognized as God-given emerged.

    Associated Search Terms: Narrative; Students, foreign; Visual; Calling; Life histories; Occupation; Evangelical
  • God's Global Professionals: International Students, Evangelical Christianity, and the Idea of the Calling.
    Williams, Roman R. (2010)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Boston University.

    Associated Search Terms: Students, foreign; Narrative; Evangelical; Vocation; Identity
  • More than Evangelical and Ethnic: The Ecological Factor in Chinese Conversion to Christianity in the United States.
    Wang, Yuting, and Fengang Yang (2006)
    Sociology of Religion 67:2: 179-192.

    Based on 2002-03 participant observation in 2 university settings among Chinese students & visiting scholars; Conversion to Evangelical religion occurs with or without a local ethnic church.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Chinese; Students, foreign; Conversion
  • Religious Experiences of Buddhist, Muslim, and Christian International Students: A Case at the University of Minnesota.
    Osburn, Robert H. (2005)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota.

    Associated Search Terms: Students, foreign
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