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    Callum G. Brown
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    978-0951604427
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    Economic & Social History Society of Scotland; 1St Edition edition (March 1993)
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Studies in Scottish Economic & Social History). Published March 1st 1993 by Economic & Social History Society of Scotland.

Studies in Scottish Economic & Social History). The social significance of religion has changed radically in Scotland over the past two centuries. It includes a comprehensive bibliography. The People in the Pews: Religion and Society in Scotland Since 1780 (Studies in Scottish Economic & Social History). 0951604422 (ISBN13: 9780951604427).

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Callum Brown shows how this view has been overstated.

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The data used in the calculation may not be exhaustive. This paper was published as Scottish Economic and Social History, 1990, 10, pp. 127-8.

146 Brown, Callum . The People in the Pews: Religion and Society in Scotland since 1780 (Dundee, 1993), 27, and Protest in the Pews: Interpreting Presbyterianism and Society in Fracture during the Scottish Economic Revolution, in Conflict and Stability in Scottish. The People in the Pews: Religion and Society in Scotland since 1780 (Dundee, 1993), 27, and Protest in the Pews: Interpreting Presbyterianism and Society in Fracture during the Scottish Economic Revolution, in Conflict and Stability in Scottish Society, 1700–1850, ed. Devine, Thomas M. (Edinburgh, 1990), 87. 147 Holmes, Andrew . Presbyterian Religion, Poetry and Politics in Ulster, c. 1770–1850, in Ferguson, and Holmes,, Revising Robert Burns, 51–55. 148 Fraser, Scottish Context of Chartism, 69. 149 Joyce, Visions of the People, 112.

1950s Callum Brown historiography religious revival secularization .

1950s Callum Brown historiography religious revival secularization statistical sources. Brown, Religion and Society in Twentieth-Century Britain (Harlow: Pearson, 2006), pp. 224–77;Google Scholar. Brown, The Death of Christian Britain: Understanding Secularisation, 1800–2000 (2nd edn, London: Routledge, 2009), pp. 170–92;Google Scholar. Brown, The People in the Pews: Religion and Society in Scotland since 1780 (Glasgow: Economic and Social History Society of Scotland, 1993), pp. 44–5;Google Scholar.

The Society is the oldest antiquarian society in Scotland, and the .

The Society is the oldest antiquarian society in Scotland, and the second-oldest in Britain after the Society of Antiquaries of London. Founded by David Steuart Erskine, 11th Earl of Buchan on 18 December 1780, John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute, the former prime minister, was elected the first President.