AQA A2 Sociology - Belief - Typologies


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What are the four parts to Typologies?
Cults, Sects, Denominations and Churches
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Who looked at the difference between Churches and Sects?
Weber
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Do Churches have a hierarchy?
Yes
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what is the membership like in Sects?
Exclusive
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Do Sects have a monopoly on the truth?
Yes
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Who looked at Denominations?
Niebuhr
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Do denominations have a monopoly on the truth?
No
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Who looked at the difference between Cults and Sects?
Robertson
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What did Wallis say about Cults?
They are Exclusive, Closed and Organised
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What is the main problem when it comes to typologies?
The Classification of them
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Who looked at the problem of Stigma on some typologies?
Hadden
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Are denominations associated with the state?
No
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Which typologies does not have an organised hierarchy?
Sects
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Who looked at the difference between Churches and Sects?

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Weber

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Do Churches have a hierarchy?

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what is the membership like in Sects?

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Do Sects have a monopoly on the truth?

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