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  • Religious Zionist singles: Caught between "family values" and "young adulthood."
    Engelberg, Ari (2016)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55:2: 349-364.

    Based largely on interviews with single Israeli Zionist (not ultra-orthodox) young adults, who experience cross pressures from family expectations of early marriage & youth culture social networks. They cope through compartmentalization, viewing young adulthood as separate from the rest of the life course.

    Associated Search Terms: Young adults; Life course; Jewish, Israel; Family; Compartmentalization; Israel; Jewish, Zionist
  • Church Commitment and Some Consequences in Western and Central Europe.
    Billiet, Jaak, Karel Dobbelaere, Ole Riis, Helena Vilaça, Liliane Voyé, and Jerry Welkenhuysen-Gybels (2003)
    Research in the scoial Scientific Study of Religion 14: 129-159.

    Analyzes 1997-99 interview data; uses a multidimensional indicator of religiosity. Pluralism does not always correlate with religiosity. High living standards, urbanization, & compartmentalization correlate negatively with it.

    Associated Search Terms: Compartmentalization; Religiosity; Stratification; Pluralism; Europe
  • God Is Dead. Secularization in the West.
    Bruce, Steve (2002)
    Malden, Massachusetts: Blackwell.

    Argues for the usefulness of secularization as a concept of an empirical process; uses evidence from Great Britain.

    Associated Search Terms: Voluntarism; Relativism; Compartmentalization; Privatization; Modernization; State; Implicit religion; Schism; Pluralism; Differentiation; Sect; Individualism; Secularization; Societalization; Identity; Change; New age; Great Britain
  • Between Professional and Religious Worlds: Catholics and Evangelicals in American Journalism.
    Schmalzbauer, John A. (1999)
    Sociology of Religion 60:4: 363-386.

    Based on in-depth interviews with catholic & Evangelical high profile journalists.

    Associated Search Terms: Journalists; Privatization; Compartmentalization
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