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  • The Evolution of Religious Differences in Fertility: Lutherans and Catholics in Alsace, 1750-1860.
    McQuillan, Kevin (2006)
    In Renzo Derosas and Frans van Poppel (eds.) Religion and the Decline of Fertility in the Western World. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 133-146.

    Fertility of Catholics & Lutherans in Alsace 1750-1860.

    Associated Search Terms: France, Alsace; Fertility; Lutheran, France; Catholic, France; Demography
  • Le clivage électoral catholique-protestant revisité (France, Allemagne Fédérale, Suisse).
    Schwengler, Bernard (2005)
    Revue française de science politique 55:3: 381-413.

    Focuses on elections in Alsace, then examines French, German, & Swiss electoral results.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, France; Catholic, Germany; Politics, Germany; Germany; France, Alsace; Catholic, France; Switzerland; Politics, Switzerland; Protestant, Switzerland; Catholic, Switzerland; Protestant, France; Protestant, Germany
  • L'enseignement religieux à l'école publique dans l'Est de la France: une tradition entre déliquescence et recomposition.
    Willaime, Jean-Paul (2000)
    Social Compass 47:3: 383-395.

    In the Alsace-Moselle region, unlike the rest of France, government provides religious education. Student participation declined historically, but it has revived after the curriculum began to emphasize general values.

    Associated Search Terms: France, Alsace-Moselle; Values; Education
  • Culture, Religion and Demographic Behaviour. Catholics and Lutherans in Alsace, 1750-1870.
    McQuillan, Kevin (1999)
    Liverpool, U.K.: Liverpool University Press/Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press.

    Examines records for families in 5 Alsatian villages as well as aggregate data for 26 villages. Catholics & Lutherans differed in demographic patterns.

    Associated Search Terms: Lutheran, France; Catholic, France; Competition; Fertility; Demography; France, Alsace
  • La participation à l'enseignement religieux à l'école publique en Alsace: état des lieux.
    Willaime, Jean-Paul (1998)
    In Francis Messner and André Vierling (eds.) L'enseignement religieux à l'école publique. Strasbourg: Editions Oberlin, pp. 41-45.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; France, Alsace
  • Aspects de l'interculturalité alsacienne.
    Kleinschmager, Richard (1993)
    In Gilbert Vincent and Jean-Paul Willaime (eds.) Religions et transformations de l'Europe. Strasbourg: Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg, pp. 343-354.

    Associated Search Terms: France, Alsace; Multiculturalism
  • Identités et mutations mennonites dans l'Alsace d'aujourd'hui.
    Durrive, Louis, Michel Durrive, Juan mtas, and Freddy Raphael (1979)
    Revue des Sciences Sociales de la France de l"est 8: 12-55.

    Associated Search Terms: Mennonite, France; France, Alsace
  • La représentation de la mort chez les Juifs d'Alsace.
    Raphaël, Freddy (1975)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 39: 101-117.

    Notes that mortuary rites performed by Jews in Alsace serve to affirm the messianic hope of resurrection in the Promised Land.

    Associated Search Terms: Death; Jewish, France; Messian; France, Alsace
  • Le Protestantisme Alsacien.
    Dreyfus, F.G. (1957)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 1:3: 57-71.

    Historical overview & analysis of questionnaire data; shows Alsatian Protestants differing from other French Protestants.

    Associated Search Terms: France, Alsace; Protestant, France; Historical
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Citation data are provided by Anthony J. Blasi (Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Notre Dame; University of Texas at San Antonio).

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