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student.Black.Robe.Abiding.Faith - 6 General aspects of...

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Page 1 of 2 Outline for “Abiding Faith” and “Black Robe” Abiding Faith: research findings on trends in Americans’ religiosity – strength of faith, church attendance – impact of bureaucracy, technology on religious faith sociological hypothesis about why Americans continue to have religious faith trends in mobilization of religious organizations Black Robe: Comparison of Native Canadian and French cultures – 1. Language – 2. Norms – 3. Values – 4. Beliefs, including religious beliefs – 5. Clothing, utensils, equipment, weapons –
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Unformatted text preview: 6. General aspects of daily life - • How Native Canadians viewed the “Black Robes” – • How Jesuit missionaries viewed the Native Canadians – • Jesuits’ perception of their ‘mission’ – • Role of religion in Society per Functionalism – • Role of religion in Society per the Interactionists – • Role of religion in Society per Conflict Theorists – • Relationship between norms/values/religion in a culture – • Why Jesuits experienced difficulty trying to convert the NC peoples to Catholicism – Page 2 of 2...
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