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Uanstaendig og misvisende fremstilling af grønlandsk kristendom / Nukannguaq Adolfsen, Marianne Krog, Aviaja Rohmann, Emilie Steenholdt, Henrik Wilhjelm.

Title: Uanstaendig og misvisende fremstilling af grønlandsk kristendom / Nukannguaq Adolfsen, Marianne Krog, Aviaja Rohmann, Emilie Steenholdt, Henrik Wilhjelm.
Translated title: Improper and misleading account of Greenlandic Christianity.
Author(s): Adolfsen, Nukannguaq.
Krog, Marianne.
Rohmann, Aviaja.
Steenholdt, Emilie.
Wilhjelm, Henrik.
Date: 2002.
Language: Danish.
In: Grønland. (2002.), (2002)
Abstract: Apart from some critical reviews and remarks at its appearance, Mogens Hindsberger's (H) two volume work in 1997 on Greenland Christianity has aroused little debate. It should never have been given such prestigious support, and a similar project in Denmark never would have; stamp of approval was acquired too easily because of still exotic nature of Greenland. Detailed criticisms are made of Hindsberger's methods, statistics, sampling and linguistic competence (e.g. "no" to negative questions negates them in Greenlandic). Criticisms by H of Greenlanders' grasp of theology or personal faith are invalidated for several reasons, including Greenlanders' traditional reticence, violated by questionnaire, even in absence of listening translator. Authors do not deny that Christianity in Greenland is much weakened compared with past, but in quite another way from H's assessment.
Notes:

Grønland. :137-152 (2002).

Keywords: 283/289 -- Protestant churches.
519.2 -- Statistical methods.
82.08 -- Literary activity and technique.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 163952

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