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  • Religion and Educational Ideals in Contemporary Taiwan.
    Zhai, Jiexia Elisa, and Robert D. Woodberry (2011)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50:2: 307-327.

    Analyzes 1990-2005 Taiwan Social Change Survey data; Protestants advocate having the highest standard of education, non-religious next, Daoists & Buddhists next, & members of Yi-Guan-Dao (a new religion) & Catholics last.

    Associated Search Terms: Daoist, Taiwan; Protestant, Taiwan; Buddhist, Taiwan; Catholic, Taiwan; Taiwan; Education; Denomination (organizational entity); Yiguan Dao, Taiwan
  • The Transformation of Yiguan Dao in Taiwan: Adapting to a Changing Religious Economy.
    Lu, Yunfeng (2008)
    Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.

    Associated Search Terms: Yiguan Dao, Taiwan; Taiwan; Adaptation
  • Impact of the State on the Evolution of a Sect.
    Lu, Yunfeng, and Graeme Lang (2006)
    Sociology of Religion 67:3: 249-270.

    Yiguan Dao was sect-like when under repression but is becoming more a denomination now that it is recognized in Taiwan.

    Associated Search Terms: Persecution; State; Typology; Yiguan Dao; Sect; China; Change; Taiwan
  • Helping People to Fulfill Vows: Commitment Mechanisms in a Chinese Sect.
    Lu, Paul Yunfeng (2005)
    In Fenggang Yang and Joseph B. Tamney (eds.), State, Market, and Religions in Chinese Societies. Religion and the Social Order 11. Leiden: Brill, pp. 181-201.

    Associated Search Terms: Taiwan; Yiguan Dao, Taiwan
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