Ethnography as Christian Theology and Ethics
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Description: A primary resource in the new and growing field of Christian Ethnography.
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic & Professional
Publication date: 6/30/2011
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Preface: Blurring Boundaries|
|About the Contributors|
|What is Ethnography?|
|The Ethnographic Turn in Theology and Ethics|
|Critiques of the Use of Social Science in Theology and Ethics|
|Theological Justifications for Turning to Ethnography|
|Ethnographic Research on African American Pastoral Leadership and Congregations|
|The Listening Church: How Ethnography Can Transform Catholic Ethics|
|Ethnography as Revelation: Witnessing in History, Faith, and Sin|
|Theology and Morality on the Streets: An Examination of the Beliefs and Moral Formation of Street Children in Light of Christianity and African Traditional Religions|
|Living with Indigenous Communities in Chiapas, Mexico: The Transformative Power of Poverty and Suffering|
|Whiteness Made Visible: A Theo-Critical Ethnography in Acoliland|
|The Cost of Virtue: What Power in the Open Door Community Might Speak to Virtue Ethics|
|Benedictions: For Those Willing to Give Ethnography a Try|