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Out of the Cloister - A Study of Organizational Dilemmas (Cód: 9642835)

Ebaugh,Helen Rose Fuchs

University of Texas Press (Livros Digitais)

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Since Vatican Council II, convent walls have crumbled. and the structures that once separated nuns from the world are gone. Out of the Cloister is an organizational analysis of the structural and ideological changes that took place in Catholic religious orders of women in the United States. Many nuns today dress in street clothes, choose their own jobs, have a degree of financial independence from the larger order, and may not be recognized by their coworkers as nuns. What might once have been defined as a 'total institution' has become, within the span of a few years, a type of voluntary organization where members join together loosely to achieve a common purpose.Helen Rose Fuchs Ebaugh approaches religious orders as utopian communities and examines how contact with the larger society has affected the distinctiveness and solidarity that hold such groups together. She analyzes the patterns occurring within orders with particular focus on the relationship between organizational change and membership loss. Since changes have been introduced into religious orders at different rates, and since orders vary in such characteristics as size and educational level of members, it is possible to analyze relationships between exit rates and other organizational variables. The complex interplay of education and membership loss is one of the organizational dilemmas the author examines.Although she is no longer a part of organized religious life, Ebaugh spent ten years as a nun and during that time collected much of the data presented in this book. As a nun she also helped conduct a number of self-studies and evaluations involved with the post-Vatican II reform and renewal efforts. She is therefore in the unique position of a researcher who collected data as an insider and analyzed it as an outsider.This book is one of the first systematic, empirical studies of religious orders in the United States and one of the few sociological investigations of convents and the changes occurring within them.

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Marca University of Texas Press (Livros Digitais)
Cód. Barras 9780292772212
Acabamento e-book
Início da Venda 03/07/2014
Territorialidade Internacional
Formato Livro Digital Epub
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Idioma 337
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AutorEbaugh,Helen Rose Fuchs