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  • Religious vs secular nationhood: "Multiple secularities" in post-Soviet Armenia.
    Burchardt, Marian, and Hovhannes Hovhannisyan (2016)
    Social Compass 63:4: 427-443.

    Analyzes post-Soviet Armenian history in terms of multiple secularities and cultural defense (resistance against secularization).

    Associated Search Terms: Martin, David A.; Identity, national; Nationalism; State; Security; Secularization; Pluralism; NGO; War; Integration (national); Cultural defense; Historical; Freedom of religion; Education; Boundary maintenance; Armenian Apostolic Church, Armenia; Armenia; National religions
  • Secularisation and Nationalism: A Critical Review.
    Santiago, JosÚ (2012)
    Social Compass 59:1: 3-20.

    Review of the literature on nationalism as a surrogate for religion. Finds the theories confound function & cause; nations do not need ucltural integration. Nationalism does not lead to ndividual immortality but social immortlaity & hence is unlike religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Functionalism; Integration (social); Integration (national); Civil religion; Durkheim, ╔mile; Nationalism; Surrogate for religion; Secularization; Political religion
  • 'A Nation that Dwells Alone': Judaism as an Integrating and Divisive Factor in Israeli Society.
    Tabory, Ephraim (2003)
    In L. Eisenerg, N. Caplan, N. Sokoloff, and M. Abu Nimer (eds.) Traditions and Transitions in Israel Studies, vol. 6. Albany: State University of New York Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Israel; Integration (national); Israel
  • Visions of nationhood and religiosity among early freedom fighters in India.
    Nandi, Proshanta K. (1999)
    Sociological Bulletin 48:1/2: 135-149. {In Rowena Robinson (ed.) Sociology of Religion in India. New Delhi: Sage, 2004, pp. 37-53.

    India's nationhood rests upon & requires a religious enthusiasm for pluralism--sometimes recognized by the founders of the modern nation-state of India.

    Associated Search Terms: Integration (national); India; Pluralism
  • L'Oriente Islamico in Occiente. Alcune Coordinate.
    Bastenier, Albert (1991)
    Religioni e societÓ 12: 9-17.

    Overview of the problem of national integration posed by the Moslem migration to Europe & the role in personal & community identity played by religion in the face of a hostile environment.

    Associated Search Terms: Migration; Identity; Europe; Islam, Europe; Integration (national)
  • The Influence of Religion on National Integration in Zaire.
    Adelman, Kenneth Lee (1975)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Georgetown University. [DA 36:9 A, p. 6274]

    Based on 1972-74 field research; finds the 4 religious systems in Zaire working against national integration.

    Associated Search Terms: Integration (national); Democratic Republic of the Congo; Politics, Democratic Republic of the Congo; Zaire
  • Religious Pluralism and National Integration.
    Steeman, Theodore M. (1973)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Harvard University.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; Integration (national)
  • Buddhism and National Integration in Thailand.
    Keyes, Charles F. (1971)
    Journal of Asian Studies 30:3: 552-553.

    The Thai government for over a century encouraged the unification of Theravada Buddhism, until the clergy were brought into a single organization.

    Associated Search Terms: State; Thailand; Buddhist, Thailand; Integration (national)
  • National Integration and Religion.
    Desai, A.R. (1963)
    Sociological Bulletin 12:1: 53-65. [In Rowena Robinson (ed.) Sociology of Religion in India. New Delhi: Sage, 2004, pp. 54-67]

    Criticizes the Indian government's policy of strengthening religion to further national integration; notes the disintegrative consequences of religions in a religiously factional & stratified society.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; India; Politics, India; Integration (national)
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