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Further Reading

J. A. Beckford, “The Sociology of Religion and Social Problems,” Sociological Analysis 51(1990):1-14

J. A. Beckford, Religion and Advanced Industrial Society (London: Unwin Hyman, 1991)

R. N. Bellah, (a) “The New Religions in Social Context,” and (b) “New Religious Consciousness and the Crisis in Modernity,” in The New Religious Consciousness , ed. C. Y. Glock and R. N. Bellah (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976): 267-293, 333-352

J. A. Hannigan, “Social Movement Theory and the Sociology of Religion,” Sociological Analysis 52(1991):311-331

S. A. Hunt et al., “Identity Fields,” in New Social Movements , ed. E. Larana et al. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1994): 185-208

L. R. Iannaccone, “Religious Practice,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 29(1990):297-314

L. R. Iannaccone, “Voodoo Economics?” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 34(1995):76-89

H. Johnston et al., “Identities, Grievances and New Social Movements,” in New Social Movements , ed. E. Larana et al. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1994):3-35

J. Lofland and R. Stark, “Becoming a World-Saver,” American Sociological Review 30(1965):862-874

S. M. Lyman (ed.), Social Movements (Basingstoke, U.K.: Macmillan, 1995)

P. Blau, Exchange and Power in Social Life (New York: Wiley, 1964)

K. S. Cook et al. (eds.), Sociological Perspectives on Social Psychology (Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1995)

N. K. Denzin (ed.), Studies in Symbolic Interaction 19 (Greenwich, Conn.: JAI, 1995)

G. C. Homans, Social Behavior , rev. ed. (New York: Harcourt, 1974)

J. A. Wiggins et al., Social Psychology , 5th ed. (New York: McGraw Hill, 1994).

L. Pope, Millhands and Preachers (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1942)

J. T. Richardson and M. Stewart, “Conversion Process Models and the Jesus Movement,” American Behavioral Scientist 20(1977):819-838

T. Robbins, Cults, Converts and Charisma (London: Sage, 1988)

S. Sighele, Psychologie des sects (Paris: Giard et Briere, 1898)

D. A. Snow, “The Sociology of Conversion,” Annual Review of Sociology 10 (1984):167-190

D. A. Snow and R. Machalek, “The Convert as a Social Type,” Sociological Theory 1(1983):259-289

R. Stark and W. S. Bainbridge, “Networks of Faith,” American Journal of Sociology 85(1980):1376-1395

R. Stark and W. S. Bainbridge, The Future of Religion (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985)

R. S. Warner, “Work in Progress Toward a New Paradigm for the Sociological Study of Religion in the United States,” American Journal of Sociology 98(1993):1044-1093

M. Weber, Economy and Society (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978)

R. H. Williams, “Constructing the Public Good,” Social Problems 42(1995):124-144

R. H. Williams and S. M. Alexander, “Religious Rhetoric in American Populism,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 33(1994):1-15.

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