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  • And Who is Your Neighbor? Explaining Denominational Differences in Charitable Giving and Volunteering in the Netherlands.
    Bekkers, René, and Theo Schuyt (2008)
    Review of Religious Research 50:1: 74-96.

    Contributions to religion are based on involvement, to charities on values socialized in by churches. Dutch Catholics are less involved & thus contribute less than Protestants, both to religion & to secular charities.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Protestant, Netherlands; Contributions; Catholic, Netherlands; Atheist, Netherlands; Altruism; Volunteering
  • Wie 'Gott' in den Niederlanden verblasst: Ein kultureller Trend in einem säkularen Staat.
    Vellenga, Sipco J. (2003)
    In Christel Gärtner, Detlef Pollack, and Monika Wohlrab-Sahr (eds.) Atheismus und religiöse Indifferenz. Opladen: Leseke + Budrich, pp. 197-214.

    Historical background & report of survey data.

    Associated Search Terms: Membership; Netherlands; Practice; Atheist, Netherlands
  • The Impact of Religious Identification on Political Attitudes: An International Comparison.
    Hayes, Bernadette C. (1995)
    Sociology of Religion 56:2: 177-194.

    Analyzes 1991 survey data from 8 nations; assesses effects of non-affiliation on attitudes toward abortion, working women, capital punishment, & religion in politics.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Abortion; Capital punishment; Women; Italy; Great Britain, Northern Ireland; Germany, East; Germany, West; Netherlands; Norway; Great Britain; Comparative; Politics; Disaffiliation; Atheist
  • The Effect of Religion on Self-interest Morality.
    Voert, Marijke ter, Albert Felling, and Jan Peters (1994)
    Review of Religious Research 35:4: 302-323.

    Analyzes 1990 interview data from Dutch adults; finds belief, religious participation, & denomination affect honesty in such matters as taxes & benefits claims.

    Associated Search Terms: Moral; Netherlands; Belief; Catholic, Netherlands; Dutch Reformed, Netherlands; Atheist, Netherlands; Orthodox Calvinist, Netherlands; Neo-Calvinist, Netherlands; Denomination (organizational entity)
  • Konfession und politische Orientierung: Das Beispiel der Konfessionslosen.
    Pittkowski, Wolfgang, and Rainer Volz (1989)
    Karl-Fritz Daiber (ed) Religion und Konfession: Studien zu politischen, ethischen und religiösen Einstellungen von Katholiken, Protestanten und Konfessionslosen.... Hanover: Lutherisches Verlagshaus, 93-112.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Netherlands; Politics, Germany; Atheist, Netherlands; Atheist, Germany
  • Religion und Konfession: Studien zur politischen, ethischen und religiösen Einstellungen von Katholischen, Protestanten und Konfessionslosen ind er Bundesrepublic Deutschland und in den Niederlanden.
    Daiber, Karl Fritz (ed.) (1989)
    Hanover: Lutherisches Verlaghaus.

    Analyzes 1982 West German survey data, & separate Dutch data.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Politics, Germany; Germany, West; Atheist, Germany; Atheist, Netherlands; Moral; Catholic, Netherlands; Protestant, Germany; Catholic, Germany; Politics, Netherlands; Protestant, Netherlands
  • A Social-psychological Study of Religious Non-believers. A Critique and a Replication.
    Swanborn, P.G., and Jan Weima (1966)
    Social Compass 13:2: 158-164.

    Uses the Twenty Statements Test on students in The Netherlands, in response to a study by Tamney, Hopkins, & Jacovini (1965).

    Associated Search Terms: Twenty Statements Test; Atheist, Netherlands; Students, undergraduate; Netherlands
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