The Unmanly Man: Concepts of Sexual Defamation in Early by Preben Meulengracht Sýrensen, Joan Turville-Petre

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In conclusion, I have tried to frame an importam cluster of large-scale social phenomena in our O\Vn immediate period within a conceptual frame that derives from a sociological masterpiece. Durkhcim 's Elementary Forms is a magnificent sociological testament of the significance of the religious factor in the organization (and dynamics) of human societv. , " " religions of his day, particularl-y the Catholic Church. v wonld he vievv the contemporary situations that we have interpreted in this chapter?

Jerrold D. 1982. Rc11olution in frau. The Politics o(Countcrmobilization. Nnv York: Praeger. Harney. Desmond. r9B5. '' The IVorld Today 41 (March) :65-6. Hunt. Lynn. r984. ; in the French Rcuolutio11. Berkeley. Los Angeles and London: University of California Press. Jones, Robert A. 1977. ''On Understanding a Sociological Classic,'' Amcrica11 Journal of Sociology 83 (Septcmbcr):279-3 I 9. Keddie, Nikki R. 1981. fRcuoflltion. An Interprcriue History i:(Modnnlra 11 . New Haven: Yale University Press.

For Charles Grandison Finney, the great exponent, theoretician and practician of religious revivals in the Age ofjackson, arevivaL which requires the excitement of protracted meetings, seeks ultimately to rekindle the desire of self to be united with God. The state of the "vorld is still such, and probably ·will be till the millennium is fully come, that religion must be mainly promoted by these excitements. How long and boYv often has the experiment been tried, to bring the chmch to act steadily· for God, \vithout these periodical excitements.

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