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  • Religious belief in Christian higher education: Is religious and political diversity relativizing?
    Thomson, Robert A., and Phil Davignon (2017)
    Social Compass 64:3: 404-423.

    Based on 2012 online survey data from students at conservative Christian colleges & universities in the U.S.A. Absolutism & literalism declined over the course of college education. Political diversity markedly contributed to the declines as well.

    Associated Search Terms: Exclusivism; Literalism; Pluralism; Politics; Students, undergraduate; Education
  • Measuring five dimensions of religiosity across adolescence.
    Pearce, Lisa D., George M. Hayward, and Jessica A. Pearlman (2017)
    Review of Religious Research 59:3: 367-393.

    Uses 2002 & '03 National Study of Youth and Religion (telephone survey data, U.S.A.) data to construct & validate a model.

    Associated Search Terms: Methods; Salience; Survey; Privatism; Practice; Dimensions of religiosity; Belief; Adolescence; Exclusivism; Adolescents
  • Religious worldviews and political tolerance: Communitarianism, inclusiveness, and moral foundations.
    Djupe, Paul, and Stephen T.Mockabee (2015)
    In Paul A. Djupe (ed.) Religion and Political Tolerance in America. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, pp. 117-132.

    Associated Search Terms: Tolerance; Moral; Exclusivism; Communitarianism
  • Relationships between religion and intolerance towards Muslims and immigrants in Europe: A multilevel analysis.
    Doebler, Stefanie (2014)
    Review of Religious Research 56:1: 61-86.

    Analyzes 2010 European Values Study data. "Fundamentalism" predicts prejudice against immigrants & Muslims. Attendance & denominational membership are unrelated to that prejudice. Fundamentalism is operationalizes as "there is only one true religion."

    Associated Search Terms: Prejudice, anti-Islamic; Exclusivism; Islam, Europe; Migrant; Prejudice, anti-immigrant; Europe
  • Religious Value Priming, Threat, and Political Tolerance.
    Djupe, Paul A., and Brian R. Calfano (2013)
    Political Research Quarterly 66 (4): 767779.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics; Tolerance; Exclusivism
  • Social networks and religion: The role of congregational social embeddedness in religious belief and practice.
    Stroope, Samuel (2012)
    Sociology of Religion 73:3: 273-298.

    Analyzes 2007 Baylor Religion Survey data (U.S.A.); social embedness in congregations predicts involvement in church activities, devotionalism, supernatural beliefs, biblical literalism, & religious exclusivity.

    Associated Search Terms: Network; Belief; Devotionalism; Congregation; Parish; Dimensions of religiosity; Exclusivism; Religiosity; Literalism; United States
  • Scared into Church? Conceptions of God, Exclusivity, and Religious Practice in the United States.
    Bader, Christopher D., and Ashley Palmer (2011)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and William H. Swatos, Jr. (eds.) Religion, Spirituality and Everyday Practice. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 109-129.

    Analyzes 2005 Baylor Religion Survey data. Conceptions of God as angry and as engaged in this world positively predict exclusivist theological beliefs & practice.

    Associated Search Terms: Exclusivism; God, image of; Practice; United States
  • Being the Chosen: Exploring a Christian Fundamentalist Worldview.
    Jones, Julie Scott (2010)
    Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Exclusivism; God's Way (USA fundamentalist group); Fundamentalist, U.S.A.
  • 'I Know this Isn't PC, but...': Religious Exclusivism among U.S. Adolescents.
    Trinitapoli, Jenny (2007)
    Sociological Quarterly 48:3: 451-483.

    Analyzes survey & interview data from U.S.A. adolescents; Mormons & Evangelicals are most likely to hold exclusivist beliefs. Parent religiosity & dense religious peer networks favor exclusivism.

    Associated Search Terms: Exclusivism; Pluralism; Peers; Network; Mormon, U.S.A.; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Adolescents
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