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  • Demographic forces shaping the religious landscape of Vienna.
    Goujon, Anne, and Ramon Bauer (2015)
    In D. Stanley Brunn (ed.) The Changing world Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Pratices and Politics. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, pp. 2145-2161.

    Associated Search Terms: Demography; Austria, Vienna
  • Residential patterns by religion and ethnicity in Vienna.
    Speringer, Markus, and Roman Bauer (2014)
    Yearbook of International Religious Demography 1: 157-166.

    Associated Search Terms: Urban; Ecology; Austria, Vienna
  • Urban faith: Religious change in Vienna and Austria, 1986-2013.
    Potan?okovß, Michaela, and Carolina Berghammer (2014)
    In Hans G. H÷dl and Lukas Pokorny (eds.) Religion in Austria, Volume 2. Vienna: Praesens Verlag, pp. 217-251.

    Associated Search Terms: Austria, Vienna; Urban/rural; Change; Austria
  • Linked biographies in changing times. Syriac Christians in Vienna.
    Armbruster, Heidi (2014)
    Ethnologie Franšaise 44:3: 469-478.

    Associated Search Terms: Austria, Vienna; Syriac Christian; Generations; Turkish Austrians; Migrant
  • Soziologische Untersuchungen deutscher Kirchengemeinden. Das Bild einer Gro▀stadtpfarre.
    Suk, Walter (1960)
    In Dietrich Goldschmidt, Franz Greiner, and Helmut Schelsky (eds.) Soziologie der Kirchengemeinde. Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke, pp. 109-122.

    Study of a Vienna parish.

    Associated Search Terms: Parish; Catholic, Austria; Austria, Vienna; Urban
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