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  • Atheism versus humanism: Ideological tensions and identity dynamics.
    LeDrew, Stephen (2015)
    In Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins (eds.) Atheist Identities: Spaces and Social Contexts. New York: Springer, pp. 53-68.

    Associated Search Terms: Humanist; Atheist
  • The field of religions in Norwegian pluralist society.
    Reeh, Niels (2013)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and William H. Swatos, Jr. (eds.) Testing Pluralism. Globalizing Belief, Localizing Gods. Leiden: Brill, pp. 175-192.

    Conceptualize organized non-belief as meso-level counters to organized religion. The Norwegian state recognizes life stance organizations. Similarly religions establish their identities in counter-stances toward other religions.

    Associated Search Terms: Atheist, Norway; Levels of inclusiveness; Norway; Pluralism; Spirituality; Humanist, Norway
  • La laïcité come évasion idéologique: le cas du Parti Socialiste en Belgique.
    Bastenier, Albert (2000)
    Social Compass 47:3: 397-409.

    The link of the Belgian Socialist Party to humanism is hampering its critique of market capitalism.

    Associated Search Terms: Humanist, Belgium; Laïcité; Belgium; Politics, Belgium
  • Organized Humanism in Canada: An Expression of Secular Reaffiliation.
    McTaggart, John Mitchell (1997)
    In Mordechai Bar-Lev and William shaffir (eds.) Leaving Religion and Religious Life. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI press, pp. 61-75.

    Associated Search Terms: Canada; Humanist, Canada
  • Religion civile et religion de l'humanité: retour sur l'anthropocentrisme durkheimien.
    Prades, José A. (1993)
    Social Compass 40:3: 415-427.

    Sees Durkheim's religious commitment focusing on humanity, not civil religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Humanist; Civil religion; Durkheim, Émile
  • La Religion et la Recomposition du Symbolique chez les Jeunes Français.
    Lambert, Yves (1991)
    Social Compass 38;4: 357-372.

    Describes a postmodern era in which axiologies assume greater force than ideologies (including religions) because of increasingly limited utility of idea systems; finds this "monotheism of values" especially characteristic of western youth.

    Associated Search Terms: Adolescents; Values; Belief; Humanist, France
  • La religion de l'humanité. Notes sur l'anthropo-centrisme durkheimien.
    Prades, José A. (1990)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 69: 55-64.

    Associated Search Terms: Durkheim, Émile; Humanist
  • Reason, Freedom, and Religion: Closing the Gap Between the Humanistic and the Scientific Study of Religion.
    Dawson, Lorne L. (1988)
    New York: Peter Lang.

    Associated Search Terms: Humanistic study of religion; Rationality
  • Organized Irreligion: The New South Wales Humanist Society.
    Black, Alan W. (1983)
    In Alan W. Black and Peter Glasner (eds.), Practice and Belief. Studies in the Sociology of Australian Religion. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, pp. 154-166.

    Reviews the activities of the organization from its inception in 1960; reports some 1970 descriptive statistics.

    Associated Search Terms: Humanist, Australia; Australia, New South Wales; Atheist, Australia
  • Moral Man and Immoral Science?
    King, Morton B., and Richard A. Hunt (1974)
    Sociological Analysis 35:4: 240-250.

    Maintains that it is poor social science which dehumanizes the human.

    Associated Search Terms: Science; Humanist
  • A Religion of Humanity, Auguste Comte. Love, Order, Progress.
    Patten, James J. van (1973)
    Revista internacional de sociologia 31:5/6: 7-19.

    Associated Search Terms: Comte, Auguste; Humanist
  • Humanism in Britain: The Formation of a Secular Value-Oriented Movement.
    Campbell, Colin B. (1969)
    In David Martin (ed.), A Sociological Yearbook of Religion in Britain 2. London: SCM, pp. 157-172.

    Assessment of the British Humanist Movement in light of Smelser's general theory of collective behavior.

    Associated Search Terms: Collective behavior; Smelser, Neil J.; Humanist, Great Britain; Atheist, Great Britain; Great Britain
  • Humanism and the Culture of the Professions: A Study of the Rise of the British Humanist Movement, 1954-63.
    Campbell, Colin B. (1967)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. thesis, University of London.

    Associated Search Terms: Atheist, Great Britain; Great Britain; Atheist; Humanist, Great Britain; Professions
  • Research Note: Membership Composition of the British Humanist Association.
    Campbell, Colin B. (1965)
    Sociological Rview 13:3: 327-337.

    Presents 1964 survey data from the U.K. of the newly formed British Humanist Association.

    Associated Search Terms: Atheist; Humanist, Great Britain; Atheist, Great Britain; Great Britain
  • L'Ideologie Humaniste dans la Revue L'Enseignement Secondaire.
    Gagnon, Nicole (1963)
    Recherches sociographiques 4:2: 167-200. [Also in P.W. Bélanger and G. Roche (eds.), École et société auQuébec (Montréal: H.M.H., 1970)]

    Structural analysis of the journal's contents, 1915-1960.

    Associated Search Terms: Structuralism; Content analysis; Humanist, Canada; Media; Canada, Quebec; Education
  • L'ideologie humaniste dans
    Gagnon, Nicole (1962)
    Unpublished M.A. thesis, Université Laval.

    Ideology as a rationalization of a view of the world.

    Associated Search Terms: Content analysis; Media; Education; Canada, Quebec; Humanist, Canada; Ideology
  • El experimento religioso de Comte.
    Stark, Werner (1952)
    Revista internacional de sociologia 11: 35-45.

    Associated Search Terms: Comte, Auguste; Humanist
  • Early English Positivists and the Religion of Humanity.
    Bryson, Gladys (1936)
    American Sociological Review 1:3: 343-362.

    Positivism as a church could not survive in England because it was too much like a religion to be accepted by atheists & agnostics, but too atheist to be accepted by religious people.

    Associated Search Terms: Humanist, Great Britain; Great Britain
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