Religion in a Changing World: Comparative Studies in Sociology

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and to the larger culture to reexamine their attitudes toward the earth and all of her occupants.


NOTES
1.
Unless speaking of published authors or otherwise noted, pseudonyms are used throughout this chapter for the names of covens and people.
2.
Excerpt from field notes, December 1992.
3.
For example, see Starhawk ( 1982).
4.
Interview with Ron, November 6, 1986, in Massachusetts.
5.
Interview with Iontas, January 19, 1997, in New York City.
6.
Interview with Joe, November 1988, in Boston.
7.
Interview with Judy Harrow, May 1987 in western Massachusetts. This is her legal name.
8.
Merrymeet is a large festival that draws hundreds of Neo-Pagans from around the United States.
9.
Interview with Laura, 1997.
10.
Interview with Andras Corban-Arthen, December 6, 1986 in Medford, Massachusetts.

This is his legal name.


REFERENCES

Adler Margot. 1978, 1986. Drawing Down the Moon. Boston: Beacon Press.

Berger Helen A. 1995. "Routinization of Spontaneity." Sociology of Religion 56( 1):49-62

Finley Nancy J. 1991. "Political Activism and Feminist Spirituality." Sociological Analysis 52( 4):349-362

G'Zell, Morning Glory, and Otter G'Zell. 1996. "Who on Earth Is the Goddess?" In James R. Lewis (ed.), Magical Religion and Modern Witchcraft. Albany: State University of New York Press

Harvey Graham. 1997. Contemporary Paganism: Listening People Speaking Earth. New York: New York University Press

Kelly Aidan A. 1991. Crafting the Art of Magic: Book I. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications

Kerns Laurel. 1996. "Saving the Creation: Christian Enviromentalism in the United States" Sociology of Religion 57( 1):55-70

Lovelock James E. 1982. Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Luhrmann Tanya M. 1993. "The Resurgence of Romanticism: Contemporary NeoPaganism, Feminist Spirituality and the Divinity of Nature." Pp. 217-232 in Kay Milton (ed.), Environmentalism: The View from Anthropology. London and New York: Routledge.

Neitz Mary-Jo. 1991. "In Goddess We Trust." Pp. 353-372 in Thomas Robbins and Dick Anthony (eds.), In Gods We Trust. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press

Shibley Mark A., and Jonathon L. Wiggins 1997. "The Greening of Mainline American Religion: A Sociological Analysis of the Environmental Ethics of the National Religious Partnership for the Environment." Social Compass 44( 3):333-348

Starhawk. 1982. Dreaming the Dark. Boston: Beacon Press.

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