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Protestantization refers to the state of scholarly research specifically.
Even when religious groups set up their own parochial schools--to resist the steady pressure of Protestantization imposed in the public schools--they invariably laid heavy emphasis on patriotism, mastery of English, and the virtues of "Americanism.
Religion, Renaissance, and Protest: Sanskritization and Protestantization in Kerala, 1888-1936.
Wolfe identifies two social developments--preference for personalized faith (which has led to the Protestantization of most religions) and distrust of leadership and institutions--that have driven most of the changes in modern American religion.