Qualitative Studies in Religion

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  1. The American Soul Rush
    Yoga. Humanistic Psychology. Meditation. Holistic Healing. These practices are commonplace today. Yet before the early 1960s they were atypical options for most people outside of the upper class or small groups of educated spiritual... Learn More
    Published: 1st January 2012
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  2. The Virgin of El Barrio
    In 1998, a Mexican American woman named Estela Ruiz began seeing visions of the Virgin Mary in south Phoenix. The apparitions and messages spurred the creation of Mary’s Ministries, a Catholic evangelizing group, and its sister... Learn More
    Published: 1st May 2005
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  3. Every Time I Feel the Spirit
    Dreams and visions, prophetic words from God about "dusty souls," speaking in tongues while "in the spirit"—narratives of these and similar events comprise the heart of Every Time I Feel the Spirit. This in-depth study of a Black... Learn More
    Published: 5th December 2004
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  4. Evangelical Christian Women
    Evangelical Christian Women draws on two years of ethnographic research nationwide to shed new light on the gender conflict faced by women in evangelical Christianity. Julie Ingersoll goes beyond previous attempts to find avenues... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 2003
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  5. From Subjects to Subjectivities
    From Subject to Subjectivities profiles the recent debates about the role of qualitative and participatory methods in psychology, a discipline which has traditionally seen itself as a form of positivistic science. Contributors... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 2000
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