Ritual Stratification in Negro Churches (Chicago, 1942)

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Ritual Stratification in Negro Churches (Chicago, 1942)

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[10] pages numbered 352-361.

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Daniel, Vattel Elbert. RITUAL STRATIFICATION IN CHICAGO NEGRO CHURCHES

A PART OF A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
IN CANDIDACY FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY.
 Chicago: University of Chicago, 1942.

[10] pages numbered 352-361. A scarce offprint. Reprinted from The American Sociological Review: Vol. VII, June 1942.
Original printed wraps. A very good copy. Binding tight, pages clean, text bright. Scarce.

"The following study shows that Negro churches perform a triple function.
Not only do they enable the communicants to express their religious life,
but they also enhance the morale of members of a subordinate racial class,
and through differentiation in ritual, minister to various classes within the Negro population."