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  • Readdressing diversity and plurality at school. Religious education in Greece.
    Stathopoulou, Theoni, and Trine Stauning Willert (2015)
    Italian Journal of Sociology of Education 7:3: 113-139.

    Reviews legislative policies on religious education in Denmark & Greece, & to some extent other European nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Education; Europe; Greece; Pluralism; Tolerance
  • Paradoxes of Liberal Democracy: Islam, Western Europe, and the Danish Cartoon Crisis.
    Sniderman, Paul M., Michael Bang Petersen, Rune Slothuus, and Rune Stubager. (2014)
    Princeton, New Jersey; Princeton University Press.

    Studies the lack of an Islamophobic backlash during & after the "Cartoon Crisis."

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Islam, Denmark; Tolerance
  • Accommodating religious pluralism in Denmark.
    Nielsen, Anne Mark (2014)
    European Journal of Sociology 55:2: 245-274.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Pluralism
  • Danish state policy on the teaching of religion from 1900 to 2007.
    Reeh, Niels (2013)
    Social Compass 60:2: 236-250.

    The Danish state became more interested in the teaching of religion during World War II & during the War on Terror. The trajectory was not one of simple secularization.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Secularization; Denmark; State
  • The spiritual revolution and social capital in Denmark.
    Lüchau, Peter (2013)
    In Joep de Hart, Paul Dekker, and Loek Halman (eds.) Religion and Civil Society in Europe. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 189-202.

    Analyzes 2008 European Values Study data from Denmark. Spirituality & Christian religiosity both predict volunteering. Explores additional mediating & predictive variables.

    Associated Search Terms: Volunteering; Denmark; Religiosity; Social capital; Spirituality
  • Socio-economic factors behind disaffiliation from the Danish National Church.
    Lüchau, Peter, and Peter B. Andersen (2012)
    Nordic Journal of Religion and Society 25:1: 27-45.

    Associated Search Terms: Lutheran, Denmark; Disaffiliation; Denmark
  • Religious diversity and pluralism: Empirical data and theoretical reflections from the Danish Puralism Project.
    Ahlin, Lars, Jørn Borup, Marianne Qvortrup Fibiger, Lene Kühle, Viggo Mortensen, and René Dybdal Pedersen (2012)
    Journal of Contemporary Religion 27: 403-418.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; Diversity; Denmark
  • Rejection of religious pluralism: The Danish case.
    Riis, Ole (2011)
    Nordic Journal of Religion and Society 24:1: 19-36.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Pluralism
  • Religion and state in Denmark: Exception among exceptions?
    Nielsen, Marie Vejrup, and Lene Kühle (2011)
    Nordic Journal of Religion and Society 24:2: 173-188.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; State
  • A Shining City on another Hill: Danish Civil Religion as State Mythology.
    Reeh, Niels (2011)
    Socia Compass 58:2: 235-246.

    Studies Danish flag days.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Civil religion
  • Jésus aux îles Féroé, ou comment se réinvente la relation au divin.
    Pons, Christophe (2011)
    In Sophie Houdart and Oliver Thiery (eds.) Humains, non-humains. Comment repeupler les sciences sociales. paris: La Découverte, pp. 339-349.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark, Faroe Islands; Mysticism; Enthusiasm; Individualism
  • I'm a Believer--But I'll Be Damned If I'm Religious: Belief and Religion in the Greater Copenhagen Area--A Focus Group Study.
    Rosen, Ina (2009)
    Lund: Lunds Universitet.

    Associated Search Terms: Lutheran, Denmark; Focus group; Denmark, Copenhagen
  • Why are Danes and Swedes so irreligious?
    Zuckerman, Phil (2009)
    Nordic Journal of Religion and Society 22: 55-69.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Sweden; Atheist, Sweden; Atheist, Denmark
  • Towards a New Approach to Secularization: Religion, Education and the State in Denmark, 1721-1900.
    Reeh, Niels (2009)
    Social Compass 56:2: 179-188.

    Teaching religion in Denmark's schools over time reflected changing state interests.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Secularization; Education; Denmark; State
  • Nordic Satanism and Satanism Scares: The Dark Side of the Secular Welfare State.
    Hjelm, Titus, Henrik Bogdan, Asbjørn Dyrendal, and Jesper Aagaard Petersen (2009)
    Social Compass 56:4: 515-529.

    Historical accounts & present reports for 4 nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Finland; Sweden; Satanist; Norway
  • Spirituality and religiosity in the Art of Living Foundation in Lithuania and Denmark: Meanings, contexts and relationships.
    Ališauskiene, Milda (2009)
    In George McKay, Christopher Williams, Michael Goddard, Neil Foxlee, and Egidija Ramanauskaite (eds.) Subcultures and New Religious Movements in Russia and East-Central Erope. Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 339-364.

    Associated Search Terms: Art of Living; Denmark; Lithuania; Religiosity; Spirituality
  • To be "Danish," becoming "Muslim": Contestations of national identity?
    Jensen, Tina Gundrun (2008)
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 34:3: 389-409.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Identity, national; Convert; Islam, Denmark
  • Society without God: What the Least Religious Nations can Tell Us About Contentment.
    Zuckerman, Phil (2008)
    New York: New York University Press.

    Based on interviews in Denmark & Sweden. The relative absence of religion & social problems or individual anxiety refutes macro & micro functionalist explanations of religion. Speaks of cultural religion--occasional observance without belief.

    Associated Search Terms: Meaning; Cultural religion; Denmark; Happiness; Atheist, Denmark; Death; Secularism; Sweden
  • Why no Religious Politics? The Secularization of Poor Relief and Primary Education in Denmark and Sweden.
    Kaspersen, lars Bo, and Johannes Lindvall (2008)
    European Journal of Sociology 49:1: 119-143.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Education; Secularization; Sweden; Welfare
  • Membership of Nordic 'National' Churches as a 'Civil Religious' Phenomenon.
    Sundback, Susan (2007)
    Implicit Religion 10:3: 262-280.

    Factor analysis of 2000 European Values Study data to identify elements of a civil religion in 4 Nordic nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Iceland; Finland; Factor analysis; Denmark; Civil religion; Sweden
  • The particular universalism of a Nordic civic nation: Common values, state religion, and Islam in Danish political culture.
    Mouritsen, Per (2006)
    In Tariq Modood, Anna Triandafyllidou, and Ricard Zapata Barrero (eds.) Multiculturalism, Muslims and Citizenship: A European Approach. New York: Routledge, pp. 70-92.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Islam, Denmark; Politics, Denmark; State
  • Religion and the State of Denmark--State Religious Politics in the Elementary School System from 1721 to 1975: An Alternative Approach to Secularization.
    Reeh, Niels (2006)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Copenhagen.

    Associated Search Terms: State; Politics, Denmark; Education; Denmark
  • Religion and survival in a secular region: 20-year follow-up of 734 Danish adults born in 1914.
    laCour, Peter, Kirsten Avlund, and Kirsten Schultz-Larsen (2006)
    Social Science and Medicine 62:1: 157-164.

    Associated Search Terms: Demography; Mortality; Denmark; Gerontology
  • Religious Affiliation and Attendance among Immigrants in Eight Western Countries: Individual and Contextual Effects.
    Tubergen, Frank van (2006)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45:1: 1-22.

    Combines data from 20 surveys conducted 1974-2000 in 8 western nations; distinguishes individual, origin, destination, & community effects. Finds the greater religiosity of women not universal.

    Associated Search Terms: Belgium; Migrant; Australia; Canada; Denmark; Great Britain; Italy; Netherlands; United States; Women
  • Going too Far? Sex, Sin and Social Policy.
    Rose, Susan (2005)
    Social Forces 84:2: 1207-1232.

    Field research among U.S. & Danish teens suggest the discourse associated with free information in Denmark is more salutary & less predator-centered than the conservative discourse promoted by conservatives in the U.S.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Comparative; Education; Denmark; Conservative, U.S.A.; Sex education
  • Privatization in the Family Sphere: Longitudinal and Comparative Analyses in Four European Countries.
    Vandecasteele, Leen, and Jaak Billiet (2004)
    In Wil Arts and Loek Halman (eds.) European Values at the Turn of the Millennium. European Values Studies 7. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, pp. 205-227.

    Analyzes European Values Study data for 4 nations: Belgium, Denmark, Ireland, Spain. The more the church commitment, the more people are attached to the homogamy & material aspects of marriage.

    Associated Search Terms: Belgium; Spain; Marriage; Ireland; Denmark
  • Seeking the Seekers in the Sociology of Religion.
    Warburg, Margit (2001)
    Social Compass 48:1: 91-101.

    Before conversion to Baha'i, Danish converts who responded to ads & public meetings are shown to meet specified criteria of "seekers." Seekers remained in the religion at a higher rate than did non-seekers.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Seeker; Baha´i, Denmark; Conversion
  • Keeping Kosher: Eating and social identity among the Jews of Denmark.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1999)
    Ethnology 38: 191-209.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Denmark; Food; Denmark; Identity
  • Baha'i: A Religious Approach to Globalization.
    Warburg, Margit (1999)
    Social Compass 46:1: 47-56.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Denmark; Baha´i, Denmark; Global
  • Gender, Profession, and non-Conformal Religiosity.
    Warburg, Margit, Peter Lüchau, and Peter B. Andersen (1999)
    Journal of Contemporary Religion 14: 177-290.

    Not one's gender, but the prevalence of women in a profession explains the high rate of nonconformist religion in the social, educational, & health professions in Denmark. Uses European Values Study data for Denmark & interviews with Danish Baha'is.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Baha´i, Denmark; Gender; Occupation; Deviance/social control
  • Leaving the Distant Church: The Danish Experience.
    Iversen, Hans Raun (1997)
    In Mordechai Bar-Lev and William Shaffir (eds.), Leaving Religion and Religious Life. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press, pp. 139-158.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark; Monopoly; Lutheran, Denmark; Disaffiliation
  • Religion and Spans of Ambiguity on a Danish Island.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1997)
    Sociology of Religion 58;3: 261-275.

    Participant observation in an independent Lutheran congregation on Mors Island; religion expresses the life of a whole rather than partial community.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Community; Participant observation; Denmark, Mors Island; Lutheran, Denmark; Parish
  • Religion, Science, and Secularization Theory on a Danish Island.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1996)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 35:4: 432-441.

    2 religious movements in Denmark show the secularization thesis wanting.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark, Mors Island; Identity; Grundtvigian, Denmark; Pietist, Denmark; Secularization
  • Religion et identité nationale au Danemark.
    Riis, Ole (1996)
    In Grace Davie and Danièle Hervieu-Léger (eds.) Identités religieuses en Europe. Paris: La Décourverte, pp. 113-130.

    Describes the diversity & tolerance of the Danish state church.

    Associated Search Terms: Monopoly; Civil religion; Lutheran, Denmark; Belief; State; Identity; Denmark; Tolerance
  • Tradition, Power, and Allegory: Constructions of the Past in Two Danish Religious Movements.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1995)
    Ethnology 34:4: 257-272.

    As 19th century rural society disintegrated, Grundtvigianism organized a church voice for the rural farmers while Inner Mission offered them an introversionist withdrawal.

    Associated Search Terms: Grundtvigian, Denmark; Denmark, Mors Island; Inner Mission, Denmark; Rural; Lutheran, Denmark; Introversion; Activism
  • Tradition and Change in the Nordic Countries.
    Sundback, Susan (1995)
    In Wade Clark Roof, Jackson W. Carroll, and David A. Roozen (eds.) The Post-War Generation and Establishment Religion: Cross Cultural Perspectives. Boulder, Colorado: Westview, pp. 87-111.

    Associated Search Terms: Sweden; Denmark; Iceland; Finland; Scandinavia; Norway
  • Religion and the Supernatural on a Danish Island: Rewards, Compensators, and the Meaning of Religion.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1995)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 34:1: 1-16.

    Examines an independent congregation on Mors Island; finds organization, not supernaturalism, building membership, contra compensator/deprivation theory.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark, Mors Island; Parish; Organization; Belief; Deprivation; Membership
  • Patterns of Secularization in Scandinavia.
    Riis, Ole (1994)
    In Thorleif Pettersson and Ole Riis (eds.) Scandinavian Values. Religion and Morality in the Nordic Countries. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Psychologia et Sociologia Religionum 10, pp. 99-128.

    Analyzes 1990 European Values Survey data.

    Associated Search Terms: Age; Membership; Reincarnation; Orthodoxy (doctrinal); Scandinavia; Science; Atheist; Stratification; Sweden; Norway; Denmark; Politics, Norway; Politics, Denmark; Politics, Scandinavia; Politics, Sweden; Secularization; Sex
  • Effects of Religious Individualism on Values of Life and Death in Scandinavia.
    Straarup, Jørgen (1994)
    In Thorleif Pettersson and Ole Riis (eds.) Scandinavian Values. Religion and Morality in the Nordic Countries. Uppsala, Sweden: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Psychologia et Sociologia Religionum 10, pp. 167-178.

    Analyzes 1981 & '90 European Values Survey data.

    Associated Search Terms: Sweden; Orthodoxy (doctrinal); Norway; Denmark; Scandinavia; Abortion; Atheist; Moral; Euthanasia; Suicide; Belief
  • Nation and Gender Reflected in Scandinavian Religiousness.
    Sundback, Susan (1994)
    In Thorleif Pettersson and Ole Riis (eds.) Scandinavian Values. Religion and Morality in the Nordic Countries. Uppsala: Acts Universitatis Upsaliensis. Psychologia et Sociologia Religionum 10, pp. 129-150.

    Analyzes 1990 European Values Survey data.

    Associated Search Terms: Iceland; Finland; Norway; Belief; Nation; Denmark; Sweden; Salience; Comparative; Scandinavia; Sex; Reincarnation
  • Religion and Family Vaues: Attitudes of Modern Icelanders in a Comparative Perspective.
    Pettersson, Thorleif, and Fridrik H. Jonsson (1994)
    In Thorleif Pettersson and Ole Riis (eds.) Scandinavian Values. Religion and Morality in the Nordic Countries. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Psychologia et Sociologia Religionum 10, pp. 151-165.

    Associated Search Terms: Reincarnation; Urban/rural; Moral; Family; Salience; Iceland; Belief; Socialization; Sweden; Norway; Finland; Comparative; Denmark
  • Communities of Faith: Sectarianism, Identity, and Social Change on a Danish Island.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1993)
    Unpublished PhD. Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. [DA 54:10 A, p. 3788] [Providence, Rhode Island: Berghahn, 1996]

    Studies 3 groups on Mors Island: an independent congregation (Grundtvigian), Danish Inner Mission Society (pietist), Apostolic Church (pentecostal); sees no tension with scientific world view, but rather identity & community formation.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark, Mors Island; Grundtvigian, Denmark; Pentecostal, Denmark; Identity; Community; Pietist, Denmark
  • Trends in Danish Religion.
    Riis, Ole (1988)
    Social Compass 35:1: 45-55.

    General overview presenting historical background & recent statistics on belief & practice.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; Denmark; Lutheran, Denmark; Belief
  • Religious Change in the Five Scandinavian Countries, 1930-1980.
    Gustafsson, Göran (1987)
    Comparative Social Research 10: 145-181. [Also Thorleif Pettersson, Ole Riis (eds), Scandinavian Values. Religion and Morality in the Nordic Countries (Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Psychologie et Sociologia Religionum 10, 1994), pp 11-57]

    Overview of research findings.

    Associated Search Terms: Norway; Change; Denmark; Finland; Scandinavia; Iceland; Sweden
  • Dimensions of Religiosity. The Operationalization and Measurement of Religiosity with Special Regard to the Problem of Dimensionality.
    Grönblom, Gunnar (1984)
    Abo, Finland: Abo Akademi.

    Develops a scale, using Finish & Danish populations.

    Associated Search Terms: Finland; Dimensions of religiosity; Denmark
  • Denmark.
    Thorgaard, Jørgen (1972)
    In Hans Mol (ed.) Western Religion. A Country by Country Inquiry. The Hague: Mouton, pp. 135-141.

    Associated Search Terms: Denmark
  • Attitude Measurement. Some Methodological Problems.
    Salomonsen, Per (1972)
    Social Compass 19:4: 507-51.

    Develops scales about religious topics from 123 recorded unstructured interviews with people in Copenhagen.

    Associated Search Terms: Measurement; Methodology; Denmark, Copenhagen
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