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  • Black Church in the Sixties.
    Nelsen, Hart M., and Anne Kusener Nelsen (1975)
    Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Kentucky, Bowling Green; African Americans
  • 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: Civil rights movement; African Americans; United States, Kentucky, Bowling Green; Sectarianism
  • Religion as a Determinant of Militancy and Political Participation among Black Americans.
    Madron, Thomas W., Hart M. Nelsen, and Raytha L. Yokley (1974)
    American Behavioral Scientist 17:6: 783-797.

    Analyzes 1970-71 questionnaire data from Bowling Green, Kentucky; shows orthodoxy inversely related to political activity by Blacks & whites, positively to militancy for Blacks but inversely for whites; devotionalism had low correlations.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, U.S.A.; African Americans; United States, Kentucky, Bowling Green; Orthodoxy (doctrinal); Devotionalism
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