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  • Transcendence and immanence in public and private prayer.
    Stringer, Martin D. (2015)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and Linda Woodhead (eds.) A Sociology of Prayer. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 67-80.

    Intimate prayer does not necessarily imply an immanent deity. The author stresses 3 dimensions: immanence/transcendence, intimacy/distance,& intense/non-intense.

    Associated Search Terms: Social construction of reality; Prayer; Immanence; Communitas; Transcendence/immanence
  • The Easternization of the West: A Thematic Account of Cultural Change in the Modern Era.
    Campbell, Colin B. (2008)
    Boulder, Colorado: Paradigm.

    Associated Search Terms: Transcendence/immanence; Transcendence; Immanence; Change
  • Religion, Ricettizie, and the Immunity of Southern Italy to the Reformation.
    Carroll, Michael P. (1992)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 31:3: 247-260.

    Argues that the localist policy of the Southern clergy prevented a lay transcendent-oriented (vs. immanentist) religiosity; this explains resistance to both Protestant & Tridentine reforms.

    Associated Search Terms: Transcendence/immanence; Clergy; Organization; Italy, South
  • Immanence and Transcendence: Connecting with Personality and Personal Life.
    Swanson, Guy E. (1986)
    Sociological Analysis 47:3: 189-213.

    Overview of previous research by Swanson & by others.

    Associated Search Terms: Socialization; Transcendence; Immanence
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