4GlobalizingReligion

4GlobalizingReligion - References Ammerman N(ed(1997...

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References Ammerman, N. (ed.) (1997) Congregation and Community . New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. Anheier, H. and Salamon, L. (eds) (1998) The Nonprofit Sector in the Developing World: a Comparative Analysis . Manchester: Manchester University Press. Ariarajah, S. W. (1991) Hindus and Christians . Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. Berger, P. (1983) From the crisis of religion to the crisis of secularity. In M. Douglas and S. Tipton (eds), Religion and America . Boston: Beacon Press. Berger, P. (1996) Secularism in retreat. The National Interest , 46, 3-12. Blau, J. R., Redding, K. and Land, K. (1993) Ethnocultural cleavages and the growth of church membership in the United States, 1860-1930. Sociological Forum , 8, 609-37. Boli, J. and Thomas, G. M. (eds) (1997) World culture in the world polity: a century of international non-governmental organizations. American Sociological Review , 62, 171-90. Boli, J. and Thomas, G. M. (eds) (1999) Constructing World Culture: International Nongovernmental Organization Since 1875 . Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Brandon, N. (1994) The Six Pillars of Self-esteem . New York: Bantam. Breault, K. (1989) New evidence on religious pluralism, urbanism, and religious participation. American Sociological Review , 54, 1048-53. Busch, B. G. (1998) Faith, truth, and tolerance: religion and political tolerance in the United States. PhD thesis, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Chaves, M., Konieczny, M. E., Beyerlein, K. and Barman, E. (1999) The national congregations study: background methods, and selected results. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion , 38, 458-76. Clydesdale, T. (199) Toward understanding the role of Bible beliefs and higher education in American attitudes toward eradicating poverty, 1964-1996. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion , 38, 103-18. Davis, N. and Robinson, R. (1999) Their brothers’ keepers? Orthodox religionists, modernists, and economic justice in Europe. American Journal of Sociology , 104, 1631-65. DiMaggio, P., Evans, J. and Bryson, B. (1996) Have Americans’ social attitudes become more
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