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Rival Jerusalems : The Geography of Victorian Religion.

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000Copyright date: ©2000Description: 1 online resource (517 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511150777
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Rival Jerusalems : The Geography of Victorian ReligionDDC classification:
  • 274.2081
LOC classification:
  • BR759 .S54 2000
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Preface and acknowledgements -- Introduction -- The state of the historiography -- Research aims and methods of this book -- Summary of the book -- Part 1 Religious geographies: the districts of England and Wales -- 1 The 1851 Census of Religious Worship -- Introduction -- The organisation of the Religious Census -- The published Census of Religious Worship -- The collection of Religious Census data -- Criticisms of the Religious Census -- Testing the Religious Census -- Conclusion -- 2 The Church of England -- Introduction -- 'Proportion share' measures for the Anglican Church -- Anglican place of worship density -- People per place of worship for the Church of England -- The sizes of Anglican churches -- Anglican levels of occupancy -- Anglican indexes of sittings and attendances -- The Anglican heartlands -- The Anglican Church and the geography of Conservatism -- Interpretation and conclusions -- 3 Old dissent: the Presbyterians, Independents, Baptists, Quakers and Unitarians -- Presbyterianism -- The Independents -- The Baptists -- The Quakers -- The Unitarians -- Conclusion: 'old dissent' as a whole -- 4 The geographies of new dissent -- The Wesleyan Methodist Original Connexion -- The Wesleyan Methodist New Connexion -- Primitive Methodism -- The Wesleyan Methodist Association -- The Wesleyan Reformers -- The Bible Christians -- The Calvinistic Methodists -- The other Methodist denominations -- The New Church -- The Latter Day Saints -- Conclusion -- 5 Roman Catholicism and Irish immigration -- 6 Denominational co-existence, reciprocity or exclusion? -- Introducing the historiography -- Analysis of the registration-district data -- Regional differences in England -- Conclusion -- Part 2 Religion and locality: parish-level explorations.
7 A prospect of fifteen counties -- The Welsh counties -- The English counties -- Quantitative contrasts between the fifteen counties -- 8 From Henry Compton to Horace Mann: stability or relocation in Catholicism and Nonconformity, and the growth of religious… -- Ratios and the Compton Census -- Adjusting the Compton Census -- Analysis of continuity between 1676 and 1851 -- The cartography of religious continuity -- The changing strength of Papism and Nonconformity -- Toleration, persecution and religious regions -- Interpretation and conclusions -- 9 The Sunday school movement: child labour, denominational control and working-class culture -- Introduction -- County-and registration-district level analyses -- Denominations and Sunday schools in the parishes -- Landownership and the Sunday schools -- Clerical livings and Sunday schools -- Sunday schools and local socio-economic contexts -- Conclusion -- 10 Free or appropriated sittings: the Anglican Church in perspective -- Seating categories and the 1851 census -- The contexts of appropriation -- The consequences of appropriation -- Conclusion -- 11 Conformity, dissent and the influence of landownership -- Introduction -- 'Open-close' parishes: historiography and precautions -- The Imperial Gazetteer and landownership -- Landownership, parish size and 'urbanisation' -- The Church of England and landownership -- Landownership, dissent and religious pluralism -- Landownership and the denominations -- Wales, England and the counties compared -- Explanatory socio-economic contexts -- Conclusion -- 12 Urbanisation and regional secularisation -- Urbanisation and total religious attendances -- The national cartography of 'religiosity' -- Technical appendices -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- The correction of census data -- Appendix C -- The religious measures -- Appendix D -- Computer cartographic methods.
Appendix E -- Landownership and the Imperial Gazetteer -- Appendix F -- An 1861 Census of Religious Worship? -- Bibliography -- Sources of data -- The 1851 Census of Religious Worship -- Published enumerators' returns analysed in this book -- Other data sources -- Other government reports -- Secondary bibliography -- Index.
Summary: A complete geography of religion in England and Wales, including exhaustive analyses of many religious questions and debates.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Preface and acknowledgements -- Introduction -- The state of the historiography -- Research aims and methods of this book -- Summary of the book -- Part 1 Religious geographies: the districts of England and Wales -- 1 The 1851 Census of Religious Worship -- Introduction -- The organisation of the Religious Census -- The published Census of Religious Worship -- The collection of Religious Census data -- Criticisms of the Religious Census -- Testing the Religious Census -- Conclusion -- 2 The Church of England -- Introduction -- 'Proportion share' measures for the Anglican Church -- Anglican place of worship density -- People per place of worship for the Church of England -- The sizes of Anglican churches -- Anglican levels of occupancy -- Anglican indexes of sittings and attendances -- The Anglican heartlands -- The Anglican Church and the geography of Conservatism -- Interpretation and conclusions -- 3 Old dissent: the Presbyterians, Independents, Baptists, Quakers and Unitarians -- Presbyterianism -- The Independents -- The Baptists -- The Quakers -- The Unitarians -- Conclusion: 'old dissent' as a whole -- 4 The geographies of new dissent -- The Wesleyan Methodist Original Connexion -- The Wesleyan Methodist New Connexion -- Primitive Methodism -- The Wesleyan Methodist Association -- The Wesleyan Reformers -- The Bible Christians -- The Calvinistic Methodists -- The other Methodist denominations -- The New Church -- The Latter Day Saints -- Conclusion -- 5 Roman Catholicism and Irish immigration -- 6 Denominational co-existence, reciprocity or exclusion? -- Introducing the historiography -- Analysis of the registration-district data -- Regional differences in England -- Conclusion -- Part 2 Religion and locality: parish-level explorations.

7 A prospect of fifteen counties -- The Welsh counties -- The English counties -- Quantitative contrasts between the fifteen counties -- 8 From Henry Compton to Horace Mann: stability or relocation in Catholicism and Nonconformity, and the growth of religious… -- Ratios and the Compton Census -- Adjusting the Compton Census -- Analysis of continuity between 1676 and 1851 -- The cartography of religious continuity -- The changing strength of Papism and Nonconformity -- Toleration, persecution and religious regions -- Interpretation and conclusions -- 9 The Sunday school movement: child labour, denominational control and working-class culture -- Introduction -- County-and registration-district level analyses -- Denominations and Sunday schools in the parishes -- Landownership and the Sunday schools -- Clerical livings and Sunday schools -- Sunday schools and local socio-economic contexts -- Conclusion -- 10 Free or appropriated sittings: the Anglican Church in perspective -- Seating categories and the 1851 census -- The contexts of appropriation -- The consequences of appropriation -- Conclusion -- 11 Conformity, dissent and the influence of landownership -- Introduction -- 'Open-close' parishes: historiography and precautions -- The Imperial Gazetteer and landownership -- Landownership, parish size and 'urbanisation' -- The Church of England and landownership -- Landownership, dissent and religious pluralism -- Landownership and the denominations -- Wales, England and the counties compared -- Explanatory socio-economic contexts -- Conclusion -- 12 Urbanisation and regional secularisation -- Urbanisation and total religious attendances -- The national cartography of 'religiosity' -- Technical appendices -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- The correction of census data -- Appendix C -- The religious measures -- Appendix D -- Computer cartographic methods.

Appendix E -- Landownership and the Imperial Gazetteer -- Appendix F -- An 1861 Census of Religious Worship? -- Bibliography -- Sources of data -- The 1851 Census of Religious Worship -- Published enumerators' returns analysed in this book -- Other data sources -- Other government reports -- Secondary bibliography -- Index.

A complete geography of religion in England and Wales, including exhaustive analyses of many religious questions and debates.

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