The Black Church Comparison Essay by The Research Group

The Black Church
A historical/comparative analysis of the religious, social and political purposes and functions as well as the impact on black culture, the role in civil rights, Christians and Black Muslims, the leadership of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Louis Farra
# 21432 | 7,425 words | 70 sources | 1994 | US


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"The Black Church: Purpose and Function
A Historical/Comparative Analysis
The purpose of this research is to examine the historical functions of the Black Church in the U.S. as a social institution. The plan of the research will be to describe the details of the purpose of the study as well as the significance and need for it, and then to discuss the historical/comparative methodology employed to analyze appropriate data and commentary, anchored chiefly in the theories of social analysis contained in Social Theory and Social Structure by Robert Merton and, secondarily, in Sociology: A Systematic Introduction by Harry M. Johnson. The body of the study will review and analyze related literature with a view toward discerning meaningful patterns of institutional organization and behavior that can serve to..."

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