2009

Church and Religion in Contemporary Europe

Results from Empirical and Comparative Research

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ISBN: 978-3-531-16748-0 (Print) 978-3-531-91989-8 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-5

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    Pages 7-12

    Introduction – The Comparative View on Religion and Religiosity

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    Pages 13-24

    Why, at all, do we need Religion? Religion and Morality in Post-Communist Europe

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    Pages 25-34

    Religious Pluralism and Dimensions of Religiosity: Evidence from the Project Religious and Moral Pluralism (RAMP).

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    Pages 35-48

    Religiosity in Europe and in the Two Germanies: The Persistence of a Special Case – as revealed by the European Social Survey

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    Pages 49-63

    Religion in Finland and Russia in a Comparative Perspective

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    Pages 65-88

    Religiosity in Central and Eastern Europe: Results from the PCE 2000 Survey in Comparison

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    Pages 89-122

    Secularization as a European Fate? – Results from the Church and Religion in an Enlarged Europe Project 2006

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    Pages 123-144

    Religious Oddities: Explaining the Divergent Religious Markets of Poland and East Germany

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    Pages 145-166

    Church-State Relations and the Vitality of Religion in European Comparison

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    Pages 167-182

    European Exceptionalism: Lazy Churches, Pluralism, Adherence and the Case of the Dutch Religious Cartel

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    Pages 183-202

    Religion, Popular Piety, Patchwork Religion

  13. Back Matter

    Pages 203-204