Mormon Feminist Perspectives on the Mormon Digital Awakening: A Study of Identity and Personal Narratives

  title={Mormon Feminist Perspectives on the Mormon Digital Awakening: A Study of Identity and Personal Narratives},
  author={Nancy Ross and Jessica Finnigan},
  journal={Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought},
  • N. RossJ. Finnigan
  • Published 1 December 2014
  • Sociology
  • Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought
This study examines online Mormon feminists’ identities and beliefs and their responses to the Mormon Digital Awakening. This is the first published survey of online Mormon feminists, which gathered quantitative and qualitative data from 1,862 self-identified Mormon feminists. The findings show that Mormon feminists are predominantly believing and engaged in their local religious communities but, are frustrated with the position of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on gender… 
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