Genèse des émotions au sein des assemblées de Dieu polynésiennes

Abstract : Sociology can not understand all the aspects of contemporary Pentecostalism when it confines the reading of religious emotion as pre-social "elementary" experience. The analysis of the Assemblies of God of French Polynesia shows a complex combination between personalization of beliefs, institutional work and emotional expressions rather than a plain backward process. Beyond the seemingly disorganized effervescence of the worship, these emotional expressions are part of a "Relationship Gospel" in affinity to the modern ideology of the "Society of Communication".
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Yannick Fer. Genèse des émotions au sein des assemblées de Dieu polynésiennes. Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions, Éditions de l’EHESS, 2005, pp.143-163. ⟨halshs-00111682⟩

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