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  • Relationship between dimensions of religiosity, authoritarianism, and moral authority.
    Teymoori, Ali, Arash Heydari, and Hedayat Nasiri (2014)
    Social Compass 61:1: 92-107.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from a mixed population of high school & college students in Semirorn City, Isfahan, Iran. The supposed authoritarianism of religious people can be accounted for by reference to external authorities on the consequential dimension of religiosity.

    Associated Search Terms: Moral; Iran; Students, undergraduate; Consequential dimension; Authoritarianism; Dimensions of religiosity; Shi'ite, Iran; Students, secondary
  • The Heart of Religion. Spiritual Empowerment, Benevolence, and the Experience of God's Love.
    Lee, Matthew T., Margaret M. Poloma, and Stephen G. Post (2013)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Interviews with 120 American Christian exemplars of benevolence; and a representative US survey. The reported experience of God's love correlated positively with acts of benevolence.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; God, image of; Altruism; Prayer; Experience; Pentecostal, U.S.A.; Virtuoso; United States
  • La Dimension Conséquentielle et la Nouvelle Pluralité Religieuse de l'Espagne Actuelle.
    Santiago, José (2010)
    Social Compass 57:1: 3-14.

    Theoretical framing of secularization & the consequential dimension, & review of Spanish survey data on importance of religion in people's lives, which is in decline.

    Associated Search Terms: Salience; Consequential dimension; Secularization; Spain; Pluralism
  • Dimensión Consecuencial y Estructura Social de la Vida Religiosa en Espańa.
    Santiago, José (2008)
    In Alfonso Pérez-Agote and José Santiago (eds.) Religión y politica en la sociedad actual. Madrid: UCM-CIS, pp. 193-229.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Spain
  • Religiosity and adolescent substance use: The role of individual and contextual influences.
    Wallace, John M. Jr., Ryoko Yamaguichi, Jerald G. Bachman, Patrick M. O'Malley, John E. Schulenberg, and Lloyd D. Johnston (2007)
    Social Problems 54:2: 308-327.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Adolescents; Consequential dimension; Drug
  • Saving the Forsaken: Religion, Culture and the Rescue of Jews in Nazi Europe.
    Oliner, Pearl M. (2004)
    New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press.

    Based on 1988 interviews with rescuers & non-rescuers of Jews in NAZI-occupied Europe during World War II.

    Associated Search Terms: Moral; Genocide; Consequential dimension
  • Religiosity and Honesty: Continuing the Search for the Consequential Dimension.
    Perrin, Robin D. (2000)
    Review of Religious Research 41:4: 534-544.

    Religious students were less likely to be dishonest.

    Associated Search Terms: Experiment; Students, undergraduate; Consequential dimension; Honesty
  • How Religious Groups Promote Forgiving: A National Study.
    Wuthnow, Robert (2000)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 39:2: 125-139.

    Analyzes 1998-99 survey data from adult Americans who were involved in small groups of a religious nature. Groups whose themes were relevant to the affective well-being of their members promoted forgiveness on the part of the members.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Well-being; Forgiveness; Affect; Small groups; Prayer
  • Trasformazioni etiche et orientamenti morali. Tra individualismo e normativitŕ sociale.
    DiGennaro, Giacomo (1998)
    In Domenico Pizzuti, Ciro Sarnataro, Giacomo DiGennaro, and Stefano Martelli (eds.), La Religiositŕ nel Mezzogiorno. Persistenza e differenziazione della religione in un'area in trasformazione. Milano: Franco Angeli, pp. 254-284.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Moral; Italy, South
  • The consequential dimension of Mormon religiosity.
    Albrecht, Stan L. (1998)
    In James T. Duke (ed.) Latter-day Saint Social Life: Social Research on the LDS Church and Its Members. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, pp. 253-292.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Dimensions of religiosity; Mormon
  • Are Religious People Nice People? Evidence from the National Survey of Black Americans.
    Ellison, Christopher G. (1992)
    Social Forces 71: 411-430.

    Analyzes 1979-80 National Survey of Black Americans data; devotional respondents & those who found religion important were rated more friendly than others by interviewers.

    Associated Search Terms: African Americans; Interview; Devotionalism; Consequential dimension; Salience
  • Views on Social Responsibility: The Investment of Pension Funds in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
    Innskeep, Kenenth W. (1992)
    Review of Religious Research 33:3: 270-282.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from Lutheran clergy on pension fund investments in South Africa.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy; Economic; Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Race; Consequential dimension
  • Les Églises Vont-Elles Disparaître?
    Bovay, Claude (1991)
    Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Soziologie/Revue suisse de sociologie 17:3: 549-568. Comment by Guy Michelat & Yves Lambert 17:3: 585-593.

    Analyzes Swiss survey data based on questions about what it would be like if there were no church; shows a continuing bond between religion & society.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Justice; Switzerland; Secularization
  • "Render Unto Caesar What is Caesar's": Religiosity and Taxpayers' Inclinations to Cheat.
    Grasmick, Harold G., Robert J. Bursik, Jr., and John K. Cochran (1991)
    Sociological Quarterly 32:2: 251-266.

    Analyzes 1989 questionnaire data from Oklahoma City adults; religiosity creates shame & is thus inversely related to a predisposition to cheat on taxes.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Deviance/social control; United States, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City
  • Sociological Conditions for Humanitarian Consequences of Belief in God.
    Wood, James R. (1989)
    In William R. Garrett (ed.) Social Consequences of Religious Belief. New York: Paragon, pp. 29-43.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Humanitarianism
  • God of Gods: Some Social Consequences of Belief in God among the Mormons.
    Mauss, Armand L. (1989)
    In William R. Garrett (ed.) Social Consequences of Religious Belief. New York: Paragon, pp. 44-65.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Mormon
  • A Research Note on Religiosity as Opiate or Prophetic Stimulant among Students in England and the United States.
    Perkins, H. Wesley (1985)
    Review of Religious Research 26:3: 269-280.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from students at 5 institutions of higher education in Great Britain and the U.S.; shows religiosity correlates with humanitarianism & egalitarianism, & against racism, but nominal religion does the reverse.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Students, undergraduate; Democracy; Humanitarianism; Conventionality
  • Salience as a Condition for Various Social Consequences of Religious Commitment.
    Hoge, Dean R., and Ernesto de Zulueta (1985)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 24:1: 21-38.

    Analyzes 1981 interview data from adult American Christians.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Consequential dimension; Salience; Values
  • A Cross-national Perspective on Religiosity and Social Justice: A Research Note.
    Chalfant, H. Paul, and Peter L. Heller (1985)
    Review of Religious Research 26:3: 261-268.

    Analyzes 1979 British Election Study data & 1990 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data; shows mixed relationships between religious identities & egalitarian attitudes.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain; Comparative; United States; Politics, U.S.A.; Justice; Politics, Great Britain; Consequential dimension
  • Consequential Religiosity in Modern Society.
    Tamney, Joseph B., and Stephen D. Johnson (1985)
    Review of Religious Research 26:4: 360-378.

    Analyzes 1981 interview data from Muncie, Indiana. Religious influence was greatest on family life, least on political life, moderate on work life. Of various measures, fundamentalism had the greatest impact on consequential religiosity.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Indiana, Muncie; Fundamentalist, U.S.A.; Privatization; Consequential dimension
  • Social Justice and the Right to Use Power.
    Neal, Marie Augusta (1984)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 23:4: 329-340.

    Associated Search Terms: Justice; Consequential dimension
  • Religion and Conformity: Reaffirming a SOCIOLOGY of Religion.
    Stark, Rodney (1984)
    Sociological Analysis 45:4: 273-282.

    Recounts finding an absence of effects of religion at the individual level, but evidence for them at the community level.

    Associated Search Terms: Ecology; Levels of inclusiveness; Consequential dimension
  • Spiritual Well-being and the Consequential Dimension of Religiosity.
    Duke, James T., and Barry L. Johnson (1984)
    Review of Religious Research 26:1: 59-72.

    Survey of subscribers to a national Mormon publication in the U.S.

    Associated Search Terms: Mormon, U.S.A.; Consequential dimension; Factor analysis; Well-being, spiritual
  • Traditional Religiosity and the Consequential Dimension: The Influence of Salience as an Orientational Style.
    Perkins, Richard Bailey (1977)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Massachusetts. [DA 38:4 A, p. 2354]

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Salience
  • Dimensions of Religiosity among Catholics.
    O'Connell, Brian J. (1975)
    Review of Religious Research 16: 198-207.

    Analyzes data from Catholics in a Midwest U.S. city; divides a consequential religiosity scale into individual & social sections; stances on birth control are independent of other scales.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension; Devotionalism; Sexual attitudes; Catholic, U.S.A.; Dimensions of religiosity; Birth control
  • Doctrinal Orthodoxy, Salience, and the Consequential Dimension.
    Gibbs, David R., Samuel A. Mueller, and James R. Wood (1973)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 12:1: 33-52.

    Analyzes 1971 interview data from members of 6 denominations in Indianapolis.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Indiana; United States, Indiana, Indianapolis; Southern Baptist; Disciples of Christ; Lutheran, Missouri Synod; United Methodist; Episcopal; Salience; Orthodoxy (doctrinal); Dimensions of religiosity; Consequential dimension; United Church of Christ
  • The Commitment Dimension.
    Zahn, Gordon C. (1970)
    Sociological Analysis 31:4: 203-208.

    Criticizes the tendency to describe easily quantifiable aspects of religion, thereby missing the very important commitment dimension.

    Associated Search Terms: Consequential dimension
  • La foi religieuse dans les milieux ruraux.
    Grygiel, Stanislaw, and Joseph Tischner (1968)
    Social Compass 15:3/4: 276-277.

    Synthesis of a study published in Polish. In a world exposed to outside influences that question everything, religion is judged on a pragmatic criterion--e.g., whether it promotes charitable activity.

    Associated Search Terms: Rural; Catholic, Poland; Poland; Charities; Consequential dimension
  • The Consequential Dimension of Religiosity among Catholics.
    Lane, Ralph, Jr. (1966)
    Sociological Analysis 27:2: 94-100.

    Analyzes 1963 questionnaire data from the san Francisco Bay Area, Catholic subsample; focuses on perceived agreement between respondent & pastor as a variable that predicts belief that the Church should "stick to religion."

    Associated Search Terms: United States, California, San Francisco Bay Area; Catholic, U.S.A.; Consequential dimension
  • Religiosity, Regional Subculture, and Social Behavior.
    Salisbury, W. Seward (1962)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 2:1: 94-101.

    Compares questionnaire data from students at a state college in the American South & one in the Northeast; notes behavioral differences by doctrinal orthodoxy & region.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, regions; Consequential dimension; Students, undergraduate; Orthodoxy (doctrinal)
  • Patterns of Religious Attitude Shifts from Colelge to Fourteen Years Later.
    Nelson, Erland N.P. (1956)
    Psychological Monographs 70:17 (whole no. 424): 1-15.

    1950 re-administration of questionnaires to alumni of 18 U.S. colleges & universities who had participated in a '36 study; shows more favorable attitudes toward religion than in '36.

    Associated Search Terms: Panel study; Life cycle; Age; College alumni; Consequential dimension; Belief
  • Student Attitudes Toward Religion.
    Nelson, Erland N.P. (1940)
    Genetic Psychology Monographs 22: 323-423.

    Analyzes 1936 questionnaire data from 18 U.S. colleges & universities; reflects attitudes toward Sunday observance, the church, the reality of God, & God as an influence on conduct.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Students, undergraduate; Consequential dimension
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