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  • What "cultural religion" says about secularization and national identity: A neglected religio-political configuration.
    Laniel, Jean-François (2016)
    Social Compass 63:3: 372-388.

    Between secularity and religious institutions having authority over society, there is cultural religion, which is prevalent in the West. Focuses on the example of France & other nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Civil religion; Political religion; Cultural religion; Boulard, Fernand; Catholic, France; LeBras, Gabriel; France; Vicarious religion; Davie, Grace; Turcotte, Paul André; Demerath, Nicholas Jay III; Bellah, Robert N.; Identity
  • The trap of intellectual success: Robert N. Bellah, the American civil religion debate, and the sociology of knowledge.
    Bortolini, Matteo (2012)
    Theory and Society 41:2: 187-210.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.; Civil religion; Sociology of knowledge
  • Secularization Patterns in the Old Paradigm.
    Goldstein, Warren S. (2009)
    Sociology of Religion 70:2: 157-178.

    Critique of "old paradigm" secularization is misguided since the paradigm did not speak of a linear process; favors a dialectical model.

    Associated Search Terms: Luckmann, Thomas; Luhmann, Niklas; Martin, David A.; Parsons, Talcott; Secularization; Wilson, Bryan R.; Fenn, Richard K.; Dialectic; Berger, Peter L.; Bellah, Robert N.
  • Thinking Culturally about Politics: Habits 20 Years Later and 20 Years Hence.
    Wood, Richard L. (2007)
    Sociology of Religion 68:2: 207-211.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.
  • Reflections on Habits, Buddhism in America, and Religious Individualism.
    Cadge, Wendy (2007)
    Sociology of Religion 68:2: 201-205.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.
  • Not Just Individualism: Studying American Culture and Religion after Habits of the Heart.
    Besecke, Kelly (2007)
    Sociology of Religion 68:2: 195-200.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.
  • Reading and Misreading Habits of the Heart.
    Bellah, Robert N. (2007)
    Sociology of Religion 68:2: 189-193.

    Review of the reception of Habits of the Heart.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.
  • Introduction: Habits of the Heart at 20.
    Yamane, David (2007)
    Sociology of Religion 68:2: 179-187.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.
  • Tra religione e spiritualità. Ricostruzione di un dibattito in sociologia della religione.
    Giordan, Giuseppe (2006)
    Religioni e società 55: 8-16.

    Overview of the Discussion of Spirituality in American Sociology.

    Associated Search Terms: Wuthnow, Robert; Roof, Wade Clark; Bellah, Robert N.
  • "Mythic Gesture." Robert N. Bellah and Cultural Sociology.
    Alexander, Jeffrey C., and Steven J. Sherwood (2002)
    In Richard Madsen, William M. Sullivan, Ann Swidler, and Steven M. Tipton (eds.) Meaning and Modernity. Religion, Polity, and Self. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 1-14.

    Associated Search Terms: Civil religion; Symbolic realism; Bellah, Robert N.
  • Comparative Cosmopolis. Discovering Different Paths to Moral Integration in the Modern Ecumene.
    Madsen, Richard (2002)
    In Richard Madsen, William M. Sullivan, Ann Swidler, and Steven M. Tipton (eds.) Meaning and Modernity. Religion, Polity, and Self. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 105-123.

    Seeks to use the "grid/group" paradigm as a means of placing insights from Habits of the Heart by Bellah et al. into a comparative perspective.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.; Grid/group; Douglas, Mary; Comparative; Integration (social)
  • From Civil to Political Religion: The Intersection of Culture, Religion, and Politics.
    Cristi, Marcela (2001)
    Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

    Points not only to Bellah & Durkheim's consensus-based civil religion but also to Rousseau's coercive version. Examines the case of Chile under Pinochet.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.; Chile; Political religion; Civil religion
  • The Secularization Paradigm: A Systematization.
    Tschannen, Olivier (1991)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 30:4: 395-415.

    Reviews literature on secularization; shows differentiation, rationalization, & worldliness included in all paradigms; others: autonomization, privatization, generalization, pluralism, world view decline.

    Associated Search Terms: Berger, Peter L.; Secularization; Wilson, Bryan R.; Privatization; Luckmann, Thomas; Pluralism; Differentiation; Fenn, Richard K.; Bellah, Robert N.; Parsons, Talcott; Rationalization; Martin, David A.
  • Religion and Advanced Industrial Society.
    Beckford, James A. (1989)
    London: Unwin Hyman.

    Critique of the presuppositions of the sociology of religion that are predicated on industrial, not advanced industrial, society.

    Associated Search Terms: Gramsci, Antonio; Parsons, Talcott; Luhmann, Niklas; Bell, Daniel; Berger, Peter L.; Luckmann, Thomas; Foucault, Michel; Troeltsch, Ernst; Robertson, Roland; Privatization; Fenn, Richard K.; Weber, Max; Durkheim, Émile; Marxian; Wilson, Bryan R.; Differentiation; Marxism; Rationalization; Systems theory; Functionalism; Economic; World system; Secularization; Bellah, Robert N.
  • Civil Religion and Moral Order.
    Hughey, Michael W. (1983)
    Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Parsons, Talcott; Bellah, Robert N.; Civil religion
  • A Critique of Leone's and Dolgin's Application of Bellah's Evolutionary Model to Mormonism.
    White, O. Kendall, Jr., and Daryl White (1981)
    Review of Religious Research 23:1: 39-53.

    While the model has a Protestant bias, Mark Leone & Janet Dolgin's using it on Mormonism is criticized; 19th c. Mormonism was closer to Bellah's modern stage at the symbolic & action levels than is 20th century Mormonism, & never like it organizationally.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.; Mormon; Evolution, social
  • The Renewed Covenant: Robert N. Bellah's Vision of Religion and Society.
    Coleman, John A. (1980)
    In Gregory Baum (ed.), Sociology and Human Destiny. Essays on Sociology, Religion and Society. New York: Seabury, pp. 86-109.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.
  • Bellah and the New Orthodoxy.
    Fenn, Richard K. (1976)
    Sociological Analysis 37:2: 160-166. Comment by Robert N. bellah 37:2: 167-168.

    Associated Search Terms: Civil religion; Bellah, Robert N.
  • Bellah's Civil Religion.
    Stauffer, Robert E. (1975)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 14:4: 390-395.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.; Civil religion
  • From Symbolic Realism to Structuralism.
    Anthony, Dick, and Thomas Robbins (1975)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 14:4: 403-413.

    Critique of Robert N. Bellah's perspective, & extension of some of his central ideas.

    Associated Search Terms: Bellah, Robert N.; Symbolic realism; Structuralism
  • Religion--ein gesellschaftlicher Agent für Stabilität oder Wandel? J. Milton Yinger, Robert N. Bellah, Thomas F. O'Dea.
    Drehsen, Volker, and Günter Kehrer (1975)
    In Karl W. Dahm, Volker Drehsen, and Günter Kehrer, Das Jenseits der Gesellschaft. Religion im Prozeß socialiwissenschaftlicher Kritik. München: Claudius Verlag, pp. 175-199.

    Associated Search Terms: Yinger, J. Milton; O´Dea, Thomas F.; Functionalism; Bellah, Robert N.; Change
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