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  • From five to ten dimensions of religion: Charles Y. Glock's dimensions of religiosity revisited.
    Vaillancourt, Jean-Guy (2008)
    Australian Religion Studies Review 21:1: 58-69.

    Associated Search Terms: Glock, Charles Y.; Dimensions of religiosity
  • An Appreciation of Charles Y. Glock: Bridge Builder between Social Science and Religion with a Full Bibliography of his Work.
    Jackson, William (1998)
    Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion 9: 25-48.

    Associated Search Terms: Glock, Charles Y.
  • Ethisierung der Religion im gesellschaftlichen Pluralismus, am Beispel Amerikas: Will Herberg, Gerhard lenski, Charles y. Glock.
    Drehsen, Volker (1975)
    In Karl W. Dahm, Volker Drehsen, and Günter Kehrer, Das Jenseits der Gesellschaft. Religion im Prozeß sozialwissenschaftlicher kritik. München: Claudius Verlag, pp. 200-234.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; Glock, Charles Y.; Herberg, Will; United States; Lenski, Gerhard
  • Review Symposium: Charles Y. Glock.
    Anonymous (1973)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 12: 469-473.

    Associated Search Terms: Glock, Charles Y.
  • Dépossession et besoins à l'origine des groupes religieux.
    Nelson, Geoffrey K. (1971)
    Social Compass 18:2: 237-246.

    Reviews theories of Niebuhr & of Glock & Stark; maintains deprivation is an inadequate explanation for religion because of more specifically religious needs.

    Associated Search Terms: Stark, Rodney; Glock, Charles Y.; Deprivation; Niebuhr, H. Richard
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