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  • Säkularisierung--ein moderner Mythos? Studien zum religiösen Wandel in Deutschland.
    Pollack, Detlef (2003)
    Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck).

    A collection of essays & studies, most previously published as slightly different versions.

    Associated Search Terms: Secularization; State; Individualism; Germany, East; Dimensions of religiosity; Functionalism; Lutheran, Germany; Disenchantment; Catholic, Germany; Definition of religion; Differentiation; Germany; Luckmann, Thomas; Proselytizing; Politics, Germany; Luhmann, Niklas; Literature; Privatization
  • Der Wandel der religiös-kirchlichen Lage in Ostdeutschland nach 1989.
    Pollack, Detlef (2000)
    In Detlef Pollack and Gert Pickel (eds.) Religiöser und kirchlicher Wandel in Ostdeutschland 1989-1999. Opladen: Leske + Budrich, pp. 18-47. Also in Detlef Pollack, Säkularisierung--ein moderner Mythos? Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2003, pp. 108-131.

    Reports 1950-97 church staistics & poll data for East Germany.

    Associated Search Terms: Membership; Lutheran, Germany; Germany, East; Germany; Change; Catholic, Germany; Belief; Practice
  • Der Katholizismus in den deutschsprachigen Ländern.
    Gabriel, Karl, and Franz-Xaver Kaufmann (1988)
    In Franz-Xaver Kaufmann and Bernhard Schäfers (eds.) Religion, Kirche und Gesellschaft. Gegenwartskunde, Sonderheft 5, pp. 31-57.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Germany, East; Catholic, Austria; Catholic, Germany, West
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