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- Bahá'í Faith and the Construction of Social Reality: How do Bahá'ís Translate the Word of God into Practice? , by Shahla Mehrgani (2017). This project takes a constructionist approach, using a case study of the Bahá'ís of Sheffield U.K. and Peter Berger’s conceptual framework of interpreting Baha’i scriptures, to understand how Bahá'ís construct their social reality. [about]
- From Sect to Church: A Sociological Interpretation of the Bahá'í Movement [excerpt], by Peter Ludwig Berger (1954-06). Early notable thesis by an eminent sociologist; first chapter only (for an assessment of Berger's work on Bahá'í, see the note). [about]
- Routinization of Charisma?, The: Some Comments on “Motif Messianique et Processus Social dans le Bahá'ísme”, by Peter Smith, in Occasional Papers in Shaykhi, Babi and Baha'i Studies, 2:6 (1998-11). Discussion of sociologist Peter Berger and themes from his dissertation "From Sect to Church: A Sociological Interpretation of the Bahá'í Movement." [about]
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