The Puzzle of Korean Christianity: Geopolitical Networks and Religious Conversion in Early Twentieth‐Century East Asia1

@article{Kane2009ThePO,
  title={The Puzzle of Korean Christianity: Geopolitical Networks and Religious Conversion in Early Twentieth‐Century East Asia1},
  author={D. Kane and J. M. Park},
  journal={American Journal of Sociology},
  year={2009},
  volume={115},
  pages={365 - 404}
}
This article uses the puzzle of Christian success in Korea to develop a model for understanding religious diffusion beyond national borders. The authors argue that the microlevel network explanations that dominate the research on conversion cannot by themselves account for the unusual success of Protestantism in Korea. Instead, events in East Asia in macrolevel, geopolitical networks provoked nationalist rituals that altered the stakes of conversion to either promote or retard conversion… Expand
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