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Articles and other publications

 
   

Robert D. Woodberry. forthcoming. "Exploring the Relationship between Pentecostalism and Democracy." in Spirit and Power: The Global Pentecostalism. Anthea Butler, Donald E. Miller, and Kimon H. Sargeant (eds.) Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.  ( PDF )

Robert D. Woodberry. 2008. "Pentecostalism and Economic Development." pp. 157-177 in Markets, Morals and Religion. Jonathan B. Imber (ed.) New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.  ( PDF )

Robert D. Woodberry. 2007. "The Social Impact of Missionary Higher Education." pp. 109-120 in Christian Responses to Asian Challenges. Philip Yuen Sang Leung and Peter Tze Ming Ng (eds.) Hong Kong: Centre for the Study of Religion and Chinese Society.  ( PDF )

Robert D. Woodberry. 2007. "Economics." pp. 123-127 in Encyclopedia of Missions and Missionaries. Jonathan Bonk (ed.) New York: Routledge.  ( PDF )

Robert D. Woodberry. 2007. "Modernity." pp. 265-268 in Encyclopedia of Missions and Missionaries. Jonathan Bonk (ed.) New York: Routledge.  ( PDF )

Robert D. Woodberry. 2007. "Politics." pp. 347-350 in Encyclopedia of Missions and Missionaries. Jonathan Bonk (ed.) New York: Routledge.  ( PDF )

Robert D. Woodberry. 2006. "Reclaiming the M-Word: The Legacy of Missions in Nonwestern Societies." The Review of Faith and International Affairs. 4(1): 3-12. ( PDF )

Robert D. Woodberry. 2005. "Spiritual Capital." pp. 12-19 in Spiritual Information. Charles L. Harper, Jr. (ed.) Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press.  ( PDF )

Robert D. Woodberry. 2004. The Shadow of Empire: Christian Missions, Colonial Policy, and Democracy .  Ph.D. dissertation, Sociology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  ( PDF )

Robert D. Woodberry and Timothy S. Shah. 2004. "Christianity and Democracy: The Pioneering Protestants." Journal of Democracy.  15(2): 47-61. ( PDF ) Part of a series of articles on the relationship between different religious traditions and democracy.  The article discusses the mixed, but generally positive roll Protestantism and missionary activity has played in the development of conditions that foster stable democratization.

 
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