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  • Religion, homosexuality, and contested social orders in the Netherlands, the western Balkans, and Sweden.
    Berg, Mariecke van der, David J. Bos, Marco Derks, R. Ruard Ganzevoort, Miloš Jovanovi?, Anne-Marie Korte, and Srdjan Sremac (2014)
    In Gladys Ganiel, Heidemarie Winkel, and Christophe Monnot (eds.) Religion in Times of Crisis. Leiden: Brill, pp. 116-134.

    Religion is the "other" in the Netherlands, LGBT is the "other" in the western Balkans. In Sweden, an Evangelical pastor who tested a hate speech law was supported generally in the exercise of his free speech but much vilified for his views. Stances toward religion & homosexuality serve as national identity markers.

    Associated Search Terms: Nationalism; Serbia; Serbian Orthodox, Serbia; Sweden; Montenegro; Islam, Bosnia; Identity, national; Homosexuality; Croatia; Comparative; Netherlands; Bosnia; Catholic, Croatia
  • Serbian Orthodox Religiousness: An Empirical and Comparative Portrait.
    Flere, Sergej, and Rudi Klanjsek (2008)
    Review of Religious Research 50:1: 35-48.

    Compares religiosity of Serbian Orthodox students in Serbia, Muslim ones in Bosnia, & Catholic ones in Slovenia. The Serbians were more religious than the Slovenians but less than the Bosnians, & were not highly mystical, experiential, or civil religious.

    Associated Search Terms: Bosnia; Religiosity; Slovenia; Comparative; Mysticism; Experience; Serbia; Islam, Bosnia; Serbian Orthodox, Serbia; Catholic, Slovenia; Students, undergraduate; Civil religion
  • A Preliminary Challenge: Borders or Frontiers?
    Vrcan, Srdan (2006)
    Social Compass 53:2: 215-226.

    Associated Search Terms: Serbia; Islam, Bosnia; Bosnia; Serbian Orthodox, Serbia; Yugoslavia; Croatia; Catholic, Croatia
  • Religion and Civil Society: Rethinking Public Religion in the Contemporary World.
    Herbert, David (2004)
    Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Great Britain; Egypt; Public religion; Great Britain; Islam, Egypt; Bosnia; Poland; Catholic, Poland
  • Crosses of Blood: Sacred Space, Religion, and Violence in Bosnia-Hercegovina.
    Sells, Michael (2003)
    Sociology of Religion 64:3: 309-331.

    Associated Search Terms: Bosnia; Catholic, Bosnia; Conflict; Nationalism; Serbian Orthodox, Bosnia
  • Nationalism and the Political Use and Abuse of Religion: The Politicization of Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Islam in Yugoslav Successor States.
    Ivekovic, Ivan (2002)
    Social Compass 49:4: 523-536.

    Associated Search Terms: Bosnia; Macedonia; Serbian Orthodox, Serbia; Nationalism; Catholic, Slovenia; Catholic, Croatia; Slovenia; Albania; Croatia; Serbia; Islam, Albania; Politics; Islam, Bosnia
  • Medjugorije: Religion, Politics, and Violence in Rural Bosnia. Anthropological Studies 16.
    Bax, Mart (1995)
    Amsterdam: VU University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Croatia; Bosnia; Catholic, Croatia; Marian
  • Medjugorje and the Crisis in Yugoslavia.
    Markle, Gerald E., and Frances B. McCrea (1994)
    In William H. Swatos, Jr. (ed.) Politics and Religion in Central and Eastern Europe. Traditions and Transitions. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, pp. 197-207.

    The Medjugorje phenomenon has ethnic & nationalist aspects.

    Associated Search Terms: Nationalism; Croatian Bosnians; Marian; Catholic, Bosnia; Bosnia
  • The Madonna of Medjugorje.
    Bax, Mart (1990)
    Anthropological Quarterly 63: 63-75.

    Associated Search Terms: Pilgrimage; Bosnia; Catholic, Bosnia; Marian
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