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  • The Invisible Catholicism.
    Hégy, Pierre M. (1987)
    Sociological Analysis 48:2: 167-176.

    Analyzes 1981 questionnaire data from priests of the Catholic diocese of Strasbourg; shows social involvement & a rejection of an institutional model of church.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy; France, Strasbourg; Catholic, France
  • Le renouveau islamique: regards sur une communauté de prière à Strasbourg.
    Weibel, Nadine B. (1983)
    Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Soziologie/Revue suisse de sociologie 9:3: 757-774.

    Participant observation study of a student group that included some immigrant workers; originating in part from a rejection of western influences, it began as a prayer meeting & led to the purchase of a building (1982) for a mosque.

    Associated Search Terms: France, Strasbourg; Participant observation; Islam, France
  • Influence du facteur religieux sur la vie économique, politique et familiale à Strasbourg. Travail et religion.
    Dujardin, D., Freddy Raphaël, and H. Rosenfeld (1976)
    Revue des sciences sociales de la France de l'est 5: 17-50.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, France; Family; France, Strasbourg; Economic; Work
  • Premiers Résultats d'une Sociologie du Protestantisme en France.
    Dreyfus, F.G. (1959)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 4/8: 147-158.

    Reviews prior studies of Protestants in France; analyzes 1959 questionnaire data from Protestants in Strasbourg.

    Associated Search Terms: France, Strasbourg; Protestant, France
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