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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. William John Meegan rated it it was amazing Jul 10, Religious economies theory, which views religious organizations as akin to single-unit firms competing for adherents in local markets, has three shortcomings that we solve by reconceptualizing religious organizations and developing a new theory of religious mobilization. First, we treat religious organizations as multi-unit entities operating in interdependent markets in a national field.
Second, we incorporate insights from social movement theory to challenge the exclusive focus on the impetus to mobilize competition by also considering the capacity to do so resources. Third, we consider competition within organizations as well as between them.
To analyze mobilization directly, we study a key religious resource, magazines. We analyze original data covering virtually all faiths and affiliated magazines in antebellum America, a time of great religious ferment.