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This section presents a list of contributors relevant to study of American sociology of religion, early dissertations, accounts of changes in theoretical conceptualization, the evolution of studies of particular denominations, rise of new areas of inquiry such as globalization, feminism, new religions, and the religious traditions of Latin. New religions in the American context date to the very beginnings of the republic as various religious groups fled persecution in Europe for religious freedoms in the New World.

Keywords: American sociology; Europe; feminism; globalization; Latin



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