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African-American Holiness Pentecostal Movement
An Annotated Bibliography

ISBN 9781138966222
Published August 26, 2016 by Routledge
736 Pages

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Book Description

First Published in 1996. Those of us who aspire to know about the black church in the African-American experience are never satisfied. We know so much more about the Christian and church life of black Americans than we did even a dozen years ago, but all the recent discoveries whet our insatiable appetites to know it all. That goal will never be attained, of course, but there do remain many conquerable worlds. Sherry Sherrod DuPree set her mind to conquering one of those worlds. She has persisted, with the results detailed here. A huge number of items are available to inform us about Holiness, Pentecostal, and Charismatic congregations and organizations in the African-American Christian community.

Table of Contents

Part 1 The creation of multinational databases: International aspects of spatial data exchange, Peter Burrough, Ian Masser; from an understanding of European GI economic activity to the reality of a European data set, Francois salge; transboundary European GIS databases - review of the Baltic region experiences, Sindre Langaas. Part 2 Multinational databases for specific applications: development of a GIS for hydrological modelling of the River Rhine, Jaao Kwadijk, Erik Sprokkereef, Hein Prinsen; developments in cross-border standards for geodemographic segmentation, Richard Webber. Part 3 Multinational database products: European geoinformation publishing - understanding the commercial volume industry, Vanessa Lawrence; data integration for commercial information products - experiences from EC's impact 2 programme, Roger Longhorn. Part 4 Legal and institutional issues associated with the development of multinational databases: legal protection of geographic information in the EU, Mirelle M.M. van Eechoud; intellectual property and mapping - a European perspective, Laila Aslesen; legal and institutional issues to be resolved with respect to the integration of European data, Andrew larner; intellectual property rights in disseminating digital geographic data, products and services - conflicts and commonalties among EU and US approaches, Harland Onsrud, Xavier Lopez.

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