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  • The Maintenance of Enthusiasm: Involvement in a New Religious Movement.
    Harrison, Michael I. (1975)
    Sociological Analysis 36:2: 150-160.

    Analyzes 1969 questionnaire data from prayer groups in Ann Arbor, East Lansing, & Flint, & participant observation in Ann Arbor.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Catholic, U.S.A.; United States, Michigan, Ann Arbor; United States, Michigan, East Lansing; United States, Michigan, Flint; Participant observation
  • Sources of Recruitment to Catholic Pentecostalism.
    Harrison, Michael I. (1974)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 13:1: 49-64.

    Analyzes 1969 survey data from prayer groups in Ann Arbor, East Lansing, & Flint. People were drawn to the movement if personally exposed to it, shared its problem-solving perspective, had few competing obligations, & had social relationships within it.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Michigan, Flint; United States, Michigan, East Lansing; Conversion; Pentecostal, Catholic, U.S.A.; United States, Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • Suburbanization and Church Participation.
    Zimmer, Basil G., and Amos H. Hawley (1959)
    Social Forces 37:4: 348-354.

    Analyzes 1956-57 data from household heads in Flint; shows attendance rates lower in the growing fringe of the city than in the central areas, even after introducing controls.

    Associated Search Terms: Urban; Practice; United States, Michigan, Flint
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