For W 2/28

A few questions from Sociology of Religion to sum up:
1. Why is age cohort more important for explaining trends in religion than age?
2. Why do most religious traditions tend to enforce traditional (conservative) gender norms?
3. What is "the cultural turn" in sociology? How does it inform sociology of religion?

And a few questions to get us started with Latino Protestants in America:
4. How have racial stereotypes affected the sociological study of Latino religious experiences?
5. How does the definition of a "Latino congregation" shape the kind of sociological questions we should ask?
6. How does Catholicism as a cultural resource shape the religious experiences of both Latino Catholics and Protestants?
7. How does the growth of Latino Protestant congregations in the US inform our understanding of secularization?