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Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. Official Journal of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Volume 13 1974

Society for the Scientific Study of Religion

Editorial:, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1974
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530 pages. With tables. Original wrappers preserved. Library buckram with new endpapers. Light wear to spine, covers & corners (ex-reference collection) Volume 13 1974NUMBER 1Articles- HAROLD E. QUINLEY The Dilema of an Activist Church: Protestant Religion in the Sixties and Seventies- BRADLEY HERTEL GERRY E. HENDERSHOT JAMES W. GRIMM Religion and Attitudes Toward Abortion: A Study of Nurses and Social Workers - GARY R. LEE ROBERT W. CLYDE Religion, Socioeconomic Status, and Anomie- MICHAEL I. HARRISON Sources of Recruitment to Catholic Pentecostalism Research Note- RALPH W. HOOD, JR. Psychological Strength and the Report of Intense Religious ExperienceReview of the Polls- JON P. ALSTON Attitudes of White Protestants and Catholics Toward Nonmarital Sex Review Symposium: The Sociology of Andrew M. Greeley JEFFREY K. HADDEN Editor’s IntroductionPATRICK M. MCNAMARA Review EssayMARTIN E. MARTY Review EssaySamuel A. Mueller Review EssayNUMBER 2Articles- PETER L. BERGER Some Second Thoughts on Substantive Versus Functional Definitions of Religion- RICHARD R. CLAYTON JAMES W. GLADDEN The Five Dimensions of Religiosity: Toward Demythologizing a Sacred Artifact- JOHN A. SALIBA The New Ethnography and the Study of Religion- ROBERT J. JANOSIK Religion and Political Involvement: a study of black African sects- WILLIAM A. COLE PHILLIP E. HAMMOND Religious Pluralism, Legal Development, and Societal Complexity: Rudimentary Forms of Civil Religion- JOHN B. SNOOK An alternative to Church-Sect- EDWARD C. LEHMAN Jr. Academic Discipline and Faculty Religiosity in Secular and Church-Related CollegesReview of the Polls- BARBARA JOHNSON LANGFORD CHARLES C. LANGFORD Church Attendance and Self-Perceived AltruismComment and Reply- CAROLYN HENNING BROWN Comment on Hertel’s Dimensions of Sanskritization- BRADLEY HERTEL Reply to Brown- ANDREW M. GREELEY Andrew Greeley replies to his criticsNUMBER 3- JENNIFER MCDOWELL Soviet Civil Ceremonies- RICHARD L. GORSUCH DANIEL ALESHIRE Christian Faith and Ethnic Prejudice: A Review and Interpretation of Research- VINCENT JEFFRIES CLARENCE E. TYGART The Influence of Theology, Denomination, and Values upon the Positions of Clergy on Social Issues- ROBERT L. BONN RUTH T. DOYLE Secular Employed Clergymen: A Study in Occupational Role RecompositionRESEARCH NOTES- CALVIN REDEKOP A New Look at Sect Development- HERMAN FEIFEL Religious Conviction and Fear of Death Among the Healthy and the Terminally REVIEW OF THE POLLS- CHARLES C. LANGFORD Church Attendance and City SizeNUMBER 4Articles- Daniel L. Hodges Breaking a Scientific Taboo: Putting Assumptions About the Supernatural into Scientific Theories of Religion- BRADLEY R. HERTEL HART M. NELSEN Are We Entering a Post-Christian Era? Religious Belief and Attendance in America, 1957-1968- REGINAL W. BIBBY ARMAND L. MAUSS Skidders and Their Servants: Variable Goals and Functions of the Skid Road Rescue Mission- MARION DEARMAN Christ and Conformity: A Study of Pentecostal ValuesRESEARCH NOTES- STEVEN R. BURKETT MERVIN WHITE Hellfire and Delinquency: Another Look- CHARLES W. HOBART Church Involvement and the Comfort Thesis in Alberta- ANDREW D. THOMPSON Open-mindedness and Indiscriminate Antireligious Orientation REVIEW OF THE POLLS- JON P. ALSTON Attitudes toward Extramarital and Homosexual Relations Comment and Reply- ANDREW J. WEIGERT Functional, Substantive, or Political? A Comment on Berger’s "Second Thoughts on Defining Religion" - ROBERT N. BELLAH Comment on "The Limits of Symbolic Realism"- DICK ANTHONY THOMAS ROBBINS THOMAS E. CURTIS Reply to Bellah- DAVID D. McCLOSKEY What ever happened to Anomie? A comment on Lee and Clyde’s "Religion and Anomie"- SAMUEL A. MUELLER Reply to Greeley Quantity Available: 1. Category: Religion; Christianity; Judaism; Magazines & Periodicals; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010665. N° de ref. de la librería 010665

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Título: Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion...

Editorial:, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion

Año de publicación: 1974

Encuadernación: Library Binding

Condición del libro:Ex-Library

Edición: First edition.

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