Evangelical Identity and Gendered Family Life

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Rutgers University Press, 2003 - Religion - 244 pages
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Gallagher (sociology, Oregon State Univ.) has taken advantage of extensive data and interviews with American evangelicals to examine their views and practice in family life. Starting with the early ... Read full review

Contents

Evangelical family Values in Social Discourse
3
A History of Mutuality and Render Hierarchy
19
Twentiethcentury Evangelical Ideals
39
Symbolic Traditionalism and Pragmatic Egalitarianism
63
Faith and Family
65
Spiritual Leadership and Decision Making
85
Dividing the Labor of Parenting and Housework
105
Employment and the Needs of Children
127
What Would Be Lost If Evangelicals Abandoned the Notion of Husbands Headship?
155
History Community and Identity Tools and Truths in the Evangelical Tool Kit
175
Appendix A Research Methods
181
Appendix B Tables
191
Excurses into Exegesis Essentialist and biblical Feminist Interpretation of Key Biblical Texts
199
Notes
207
Bibliography
221
Index
241

Understanding Evangelical Identity Gender and Family
153

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About the author (2003)

Gallagher is an associate professor of sociology at Oregon State University and the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship for fieldwork on families in Damascus, Syria.

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