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Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies

Latin America (Bibliographies of New Religious Movement Series)

by Harold W. Turner

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Published by G. K. Hall & Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religious Anthropology,
  • Reference,
  • Sociology,
  • General,
  • Anthropology,
  • Central America,
  • Religion: general,
  • South America,
  • Bibliography,
  • Religion

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11383184M
    ISBN 100816179298
    ISBN 109780816179299

    A General Introduction to New Religious Movements in Primal Societies." M issionalia 11 (): _____. "A Typology for African Religious Movements," Journal of Religion in Africa _____. "Reflections on African Movements During a Missiological Conference." Missionalia 12 (): Underhill, Keith. "Pastoral Care. Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies: Latin America. (Bibliographies of New Religious Movements Series, Vol. 5) Publisher unknown, hardcover $ (see ) Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies: The Caribbean. (Bibliographies of New Religious Movements Series, Vol. 6) Publisher unknown.

    Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies????? Van Leynseele, Pierre. “ Bibliographie Anthropologique Commentee. In: Cahiers des Religions Africaines. II() pp Williams, Ethel. The Howard University Bibliography of African and Afro-American Religious Studies: With Locations????? Sects and new religious movements, J. Rylands University Library, , Society Raises Funds for Free Food Scheme, Life & Times, 2, J State Krishnas Back in Favor: Community to be accepted by religion, Charleston Daily Mail, B5, J

    Book Notes Ethnology The Bamboo Fire: An Anthropologist in New Guinea. William E. Mitchell. New York: W. W. Norton and Company, pp. $ (cloth). In , Bill, Joyce, and their two chil-dren spent the first year of a two-year research project among the Wape, Toricelli Mountains, Papua New Guinea. This personal document. The most ambitions publication of its sort, the Encyclopedia of New Religious Movements is a major addition to the reference literature for students and researchers of the field in religious studies and the social sciences. Entries are cross-referenced with short bibliographies for further reading. There is a full index.


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Harold W. Turner. 01 Jul Hardback. unavailable. Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies. Harold W. Turner. 13 Nov. Comprehensive, informative and authoritative, The Penguin Handbook of the World's Living Religions is compiled by a team of leading international scholars, and is the definitive guide to the religious belief systems and practices of the world today.

This in-depth survey of active religions has now been fully updated to include modern developments and the most recent scholarship.

Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies GBIB B TURN; A five-volume bibliography of religious movements throughout history arranged according to region: (1) Black Africa, (2) North Africa, (3) Oceania, (4) Europe and Asia, and (5) Latin America. A wide range of disciplines and many different types of sources are included.

Harold W. Turner's Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies, vol. 2, North America (Boston, ), is a major resource. Raymond D. Fogelson () Encyclopedia of. Harold W. Turner is the author of From Temple To Meeting House ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Rudolf Otto, The Idea Of The Holy /5.

Skip to main contentCited by: 1. Harold W. Turner (ed.), Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies, Volume II, North America (G. Hall and Co., ). Christopher Vecsey (ed.), Handbook of American Indian Religious Freedom (Crossroad, ). Virgil J. Vogel, American Indian Medicine (University of Oklahoma Press, ).

Biographical. series covering new religious movements in primal soci­ eties appears to largely live up to expectations. His Oceania volume (volume 1 covered Africa and volume 2, North America) clearly encompasses a lifetime of research and personal involvement and is a major contribution to Pacific bibliography.

SURVEY ARTICLE THE STUDY OF NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS IN AFRICA, Harold W. Turner The choice of such a short span for this survey is dictated by the abundance of published work in a field of such size and variety, and of such popularity among so many disicplines, as the new religious movements among the peoples of -sub- Saharan : Harold W.

Turner. Extensive revisions or new commissions cover Hinduism, Buddhism, Early and Eastern Christianity, Jains, Gnostics and New Religious Movements in the West.

Established in its previous edition as the standard reference work for students and teacher s of the world s religions, this newly revised and expanded edition is an essential reference source. THE VATICAN REPORT. SECTS OR NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS: A PASTORAL CHALLENGE. May 3rd, FOREWORD.

In response to the concern expressed by Episcopal Conferences throughout the world, a study on the presence and activity of "sects," "new religious movements," [and] "cults" has been undertaken by the Vatican Secretariat for Promoting.

Bibliography of new religious movements in primal societies (v. 1: Bibliographies and guides in African studies) by Harold W. Turner Published by G. Hall ISBNISBN: In The African Frontier: The Reproduction of Traditional African Societies, edited by Igor Kopytoff, 89– Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Feierman, Steven.

Peasant Intellectuals: Anthropology and History in Tanzania. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, Fernandez, James W.

"African Religious Movements.". North American Indian religions / Joseph Epes Brown ; Pacific religions / B. Colless and P. Donovan ; African religions / Aylward Shorter ; New religious movements in primal societies / Harold W. Turner -- Modern alternative religions in the West / J. Gordon Melton -- Baha'ism / Denis MacEoinPages: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Some of these bibliographies have already been separately published as Bibliography of New Religious Movements in Primal Societies, I Black Africa (Boston, ). Turner's reputation was well established by the end of the nineteen by:.

The answer, I think, is that there is barely a patch of this book that has not already been sewn in print. The Study Centre for New Religious Movements in Primal Societies at Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham, England, for instance, possesses most of the sources referred to in this book, and its bibliography was published in the : Christopher Vecsey.Note: Unless otherwise indicated, the following reference materials are located in the Reference area of Smathers Library.

Research Guides. Library research guide to religion and theology: illustrated search strategy and sources. 2nd rev ed. Kennedy, James R. Ann Arbor, Mich: Pierian Press; BLK45 Recent reference books in religion: a guide for students, Author: Megan M. Daly.Our present suggestion is that the religious reactions of primal societies to higher cultures, and in particular to encounter with Western-culture and its Christian religion, present a range of phenomena sufficiently distinctive to be designated as a Cited by: 1.