Religious Institutions and Transnationalism: A Case Study of Catholic and Evangelical Salvadoran Immigrants

@article{Menjvar1999ReligiousIA,
  title={Religious Institutions and Transnationalism: A Case Study of Catholic and Evangelical Salvadoran Immigrants},
  author={C. Menj{\'i}var},
  journal={International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society},
  year={1999},
  volume={12},
  pages={589-612}
}
  • C. Menjívar
  • Published 1999
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society
Modern social science theory assumed that as modernization and scien tific rationalism took hold in society religion would wither. Religion, how ever, has not only persisted, but in some respects, its importance seems to have increased. One may even argue that, throughout the world, religious groups now constitute some of the most important forms of social organiza tion and sources of worldviews (Rudolph 1997). For those who find them selves part of increasingly more encompassing global… Expand
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