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  • Les conceptions de l'après-mort chez le jeunes Belges francophones en Wallonie et à Bruxelles: transactions symboliques et recompositions de l’objet “religion.”
    Osés Bermejo, José Juan (2013)
    Social Compass 60:1: 59-78.

    Based on semi-structured interviews with 35 French-speaking Belgian young adults.

    Associated Search Terms: Afterlife; Belgium; Reincarnation; Young adults
  • Les jeunes et l'après-mort. Transformations symboliques et recompositions religieuses. (2 volumes)
    Osés Bermejo, JoséJuan (2012)
    Saarbrücken: Éditions Universitaires Européennes.

    Associated Search Terms: Afterlife
  • Belief in life-after-death, beliefs about the world, and psychiatric symptoms.
    Flannelly, Kevin J., Christopher G. Ellison, Kathleen Galek, and Nava R. Silton (2012)
    Journal of Religion and Health 51:10: 651-662.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Mental health; Afterlife
  • "We are all in exile here": Perceptions of death, the soul, and the afterlife in rural Lithuania.
    Pranaityt?-Wergin, Lina (2012)
    In Milda Ališauskiene and Ingo W. Schröder (eds.) Religious Diversity in Post-Soviet Society: Ethnographies of Catholic Hegemony and the New Pluralism in Lithuania. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 57-77.

    Based on 2008-09 fieldwork & archival research in rural southern Lithuania. Personal exerience was more important than official doctrine; hegemony was a contested process.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Lithuania; Death; Dream; Gramsci, Antonio; Lithuania; Participant observation; Rural; Soul; Common sense; Afterlife
  • Religion and the Sense of Control among U.S. Adults.
    Ellison, Christopher G., and Amy M. Burdette (2012)
    Sociology of Religion 73:1: 1-22.

    Analyzes 1996 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data; conservative Protestant adherence, belief in an afterlife, & attendance predict a greater sense of control while biblical literalism & belief in original sin predict a lesser sense of control.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Practice; Control, sense of; Conservative, U.S.A.; Belief; Afterlife; Literalism
  • Age, period, and cohort effects on religious activities and beliefs.
    Schwadel, Philip (2011)
    Social Science Research 40:1: 181-192.

    Associated Search Terms: Prayer; Afterlife; Age; Belief; Cohort; Literalism; Practice
  • Heaven is a Wonderful Place: The Role of Reasonableness in Religious Discourse.
    Wuthnow, Robert (2010)
    Review of Religious Research 52:1:5-20.

    H. Paul Douglass Lecture.

    Associated Search Terms: Discourse; Afterlife
  • Beliefs about life-after-death, psychiatric symptomology, and cognitive theories of psychopathology.
    Flannelly, KevinJ., Christopher G. Ellison, Kathleen Galek, and Harold G. Koenig (2008)
    Journal of Psychology and Theolgy 36:2: 94-103.

    Associated Search Terms: Afterlife; Mental health
  • Belief in life after death and mental health: Findings from a national survey.
    Flannelly, Kevin J., Harold G. Koenig, Christopher G. Ellison, Neal M. Krause, and Kathleen C. Galek (2006)
    Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 194:7: 524-529.

    Associated Search Terms: Afterlife; Mental health; United States
  • Bricolages religieux ou transactions symboliques? Quelques éléments à partir de la recomposition des croyances relatives à l'après-mort dans un Occident déchristianisé.
    Hiernaux, Jean-Pierre (2005)
    Social Compass 52:3: 325-330.

    Bricolage in contexts where confessional categories are ambiguous may be the occasion of serious symbolic transactions.

    Associated Search Terms: Afterlife; Syncretism
  • Bricolage vaut-il dissémination? Quelques réflexions sur l'opérationnalité sociologique d'une métaphor problématique.
    Hervieu-Léger, Danièle (2005)
    Social Compass 52:3: 295-308.

    Proposes the existence of national constraints on bricolage or tinkering; explores the cases of religion in health, science, & beliefs about the afterlife.

    Associated Search Terms: Science; Syncretism; Afterlife; Health
  • After-life consumption and charitable giving.
    Hrung, Warren B. (2004)
    American Journal of Economics and Sociology 63:3:731-745.

    Associated Search Terms: Contributions; Afterlife
  • A turning point in religious evolution in Europe.
    Lambert, Yves (2004)
    Journal of Contemporary Religion 19:1: 29-45.

    Highlights 1999 evidence of a reversal of European secularization, especially an increase in belief in an afterlife among the young.

    Associated Search Terms: Afterlife; Europe; Secularization
  • Übergänge. Tod und Sünde bei Robert Hertz im Kontext durkheimianischer Religionssoziologie.
    Neubert, Frank (2004)
    Zeitschrift für soziologie 12:1: 61-77.

    Associated Search Terms: Sin; Afterlife; Death; Hertz, Robert
  • Fathering for Eternity: Generative Spirituality in Latter-Day Saint Fathers of Children with Special Needs.
    Dollahite, David C. (2003)
    Review of Religious Research 44:3: 237-251.

    Based on interviews with 35 LDS fathers of disabled or chronically ill children; explores the role of belief in an afterlife in coping with the problem.

    Associated Search Terms: Afterlife; Family; Disability; Mormon; Belief
  • Les symboliques de l'après-mort. Effets de génération, de stratification d'affiliation.
    Hiernaux, Jean-Pierre, E. Legros, and Olivier Servais (2001)
    Recherches Sociologiques 32:2: 21-34.

    Associated Search Terms: Generations; Membership; Afterlife
  • La renaissance des croyances liées à l'après-mort. Les évolutions en France et dans pleusieurs pays européens.
    Lambert, Yves (2001)
    Recherches sociologiques 32:2: 9-19.

    Associated Search Terms: France; Afterlife; Death; Europe; Belief
  • Religious Involvement, Stress, and Mental Health: Findings from the 1995 Detroit Area Study.
    Ellison, Christopher G., Jason D. Boardman, David R. Williams, and James S. Jackson (2001)
    Social Forces 80:1: 215-249.

    Telephone interview data from the 1995 Detroit Area Study: religious attendance predicts well-being positively & distress negatively; prayer weakly predicts well-being negatively & distress positively; afterlife belief predicts well-being positively.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; Afterlife; Prayer; Belief; United States, Michigan, Detroit; Well-being; Distress
  • Americans' Increasing Belief in Life after Death: Religious Competition and Acculturation.
    Greeley, Andrew M., and Michael Hout (1999)
    American Sociological Review 64:6: 813-835.

    Analyzes General Social Survey (U.S.A..) data; Americans are more likely to believe in life after death in the 1990s than in the '70s, especially among Catholics, whose immigrant grandparents were less likely, & Jews, who are acculturating.

    Associated Search Terms: Generations; United States; Catholic, U.S.A.; Jewish, U.S.A.; Afterlife; Belief
  • The Eclipse of Eternity: A Sociology of the Afterlife.
    Walter, Anthony (Tony) (1996)
    New York: St. Martin's.

    Associated Search Terms: Afterlife; Funeral; Secularization; Death
  • This World, Other Worlds: Sickness, Suicide, Death, and the Afterlife Among the Vaqueiros de Alzada of Spain.
    Catedra, Maria (1992)
    Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Spain, Asturias; Suicide; Death; Afterlife; Vaqueiros de Alzada (nomadic group, Asturias, Spain)
  • Der geschenkte Himmel, oder: Von Unglück zum Glück in Jenseitx.
    Ebertz, Michael N. (1991)
    In A. Bellebaum (ed.), Glück und Zufriedenheit. Opladen, pp. 146-193.

    Associated Search Terms: Afterlife
  • Ethnic Variations in Religious Commitment.
    Greeley, Andrew M. (1979)
    In Robert Wuthnow (ed.) The Religious Dimension. New Directions in Quantitative Research. New York: Academic Press, pp. 113-134.

    Based on General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data.

    Associated Search Terms: Hope; Family; United States; Prayer; Practice; Birth control; Marriage; Afterlife; Belief; Ethnic; Experience
  • College Student Attitudes toward Some Basic Christian Values.
    Bond, Charles M. (1940)
    Religious Education 35:2: 109-116.

    Analyzes 1930s questionnaire data from Bucknell University students; shows their attitudes toward the Bible, prayer, immortality, & Jesus.

    Associated Search Terms: Students, undergraduate; Belief; Afterlife; Prayer
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