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  • From Ex-communication to Nullification: Testing and Extending Supply-side Theories of Religious Marketing with the Case of Catholic Marital Annulments.
    Wilde, Melissa J. (2001)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 40:2: 235-249.

    Competitive religious markets & organization by divorced Catholics explain the higher rates of Catholic annulments in some societies, especially the U.S.A., compared to other societies.

    Associated Search Terms: Annulment; Catholic; Competition
  • Catholic Divorce: The Deception of Annulments.
    Hegy, Pierre, and Joseph Martos (eds.) (2000)
    New York: Continuum.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic; Divorce; Marriage; Annulment
  • Cause matrimoniali nei tribunali ecclesiastici.
    Brunetta, Giuseppe (1977)
    Aggiornamenti sociali 27:3: 215-224.

    Associated Search Terms: Annulment; Italy; Marriage
  • Cause matrimoniali nei tribunali ecclesiastici regionali di Milano e Roma.
    Brunetta, Giuseppe (1977)
    Aggiornamenti sociali 27:4: 269-277.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage; Annulment; Italy, Rome; Italy, Milano
  • Annulment of Marriage in the Roman Catholic Church: A Study in Social Change.
    Kiernan, Irene R. (1958)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation New York University.

    Associated Search Terms: Divorce; Change; Marriage; Catholic; Annulment
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