Recognizing The Latino Resurgence In U.s. Religion: The Emmaus Paradigm

Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1 Questions -- Survey Analysis of Latino Religion -- Positive Contributions -- Inclusion of Theology -- Tradition and the Diachronic-Synchronic Dilemma -- The Term...

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Main Author: Diaz-stevens, Ana Maria
Contributors: Stevens-Arroyo, Anthony M. (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Boulder Taylor and Francis 2018
Edition:1st ed
Series/Journal:Explorations
Online Access: Volltext (Aggregator)
Parallel Edition:Print version: Diaz-stevens, Ana Maria: Recognizing The Latino Resurgence In U.s. Religion : The Emmaus Paradigm. - Boulder : Taylor and Francis,c2018. - 9780813325095
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Summary:Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1 Questions -- Survey Analysis of Latino Religion -- Positive Contributions -- Inclusion of Theology -- Tradition and the Diachronic-Synchronic Dilemma -- The Term "Latino -- Census Data on Latinos -- Population Facts and Figures -- Latinos and the American Prospect -- The Contours of Latino Religious Belonging -- Americanization and Assimilation -- Race and Ethnicity -- Social Mobility and Denominational Affiliation -- Civil Religion -- Notes -- 2 Tradition -- The Burden of Temporality -- Social Location -- Social Location and the Political Process -- The Religious Imagination -- The Dynamics of Tradition -- The Sociohistoric Context -- The Latino Religious Tradition -- The Agricultural Cycle -- The Life Cycle -- Other Religions Within the Latino Tradition -- African Transculturation -- Freethinkers and Spiritism -- The U.S. Conquest -- The Impact of Migration -- The Matriarchal Core -- Notes -- 3 Invasions -- Colonialism and Religion -- Invasions and Transculturation -- Spanish Colonialism -- Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic -- Florida -- New Mexico -- Texas -- California -- Popular Catholicism in the Caribbean -- The Colonial Difference -- The U.S. Invasions -- Colonialism and the Demise of the Agricultural Economy -- Internal Colonialism -- Pious Colonialism -- U.S. Catholic Colonialism -- Native Clergy -- The Pentecostal Role in Colonialism -- The Consequence of Pious Colonialism -- Notes -- 4 Syzygy -- Movement to Cities -- The Latino Religious Resurgence -- Basic Characteristics of the Latino Religious Resurgence -- Religion and Social Change -- Generational Change -- The Mentalité of the Resurgence -- The Leitmotif of the Resurgence -- Catholicism's Cursillo Movement -- Syzygy
Third Worldism -- Reies López Tijerina -- Antulio Parrilla Bonilla -- The Urban Revolts of 1967 -- César Chávez -- Resurgence Wildfire -- Generational Leadership -- Notes -- 5 Agenda -- Leadership of the Resurgence -- Virgilio Elizondo and Justo González -- Leadership Through Deroutinization -- Structuration -- The Argument of Representativity -- Cultural Idiosyncrasy -- Poverty as Oppression -- Democratization -- Cross-Validation -- PADRES -- The Encounters -- Theology in the Americas -- Weakness of the Institutions -- Protestant Leadership -- Women's Leadership -- The Encounter Results -- The Second Encounter -- Puerto Rican and Radical Politics -- Notes -- 6 Ledger -- The Irreversible Changes -- Latino Franchising -- The Lucerne Memorial and the First Encounter Document -- The Bottom Line for the Latino Catholic Church -- Social Forces of Cultural Affirmation -- Cross-Validation of Organizations as Social Capitalization -- Bases of Power: Religious Marketing -- Music: A Bonus Payoff -- Education, the Reliable Investment -- Theology as a Spin-Off Industry -- Catholic Downsizing -- Cultural Idiosyncrasy as a Write-Off -- New Movements and the Privatization of Religious Production -- Latino Pentecostals as a Growth Industry -- Structural Changes in Latino Pentecostalism -- Pentecostal Latinas -- The Bottom Line -- 7 Options -- Organizations and Multiple Identities -- Denominational Belonging and Multiple Identities -- Control of Organizations -- Cultural Citizenship as an Identity -- Latino Youth and Religious Schools -- Latino Youth and Religious Formation -- The Ensemble -- The Production of Symbolic Capital -- Social Capital -- Civilizational Difference -- Global Relations -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
ISBN:0429966350