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  • Religious Intermarrige in Dublin: The Importance of Status Boundaries between Religious Groups.
    O'Leary, Richard (2000)
    Review of Religious Research 41:4: 471-487.

    Analyzes 1991 census data for Dublin. Since Protestants were historically higher class, it is easier for Protestant women to marry "up" than for Catholic women, when marrying across religious lines.

    Associated Search Terms: Ireland, Dublin; Catholic, Ireland; Marriage; Protestant, Ireland; Mobility (vertical); Stratification
  • Attitudes of the Irish toward Changes in the Catholic Church.
    Streib, Gordon F. (1973)
    Social Compass 20:1: 49-71.

    Analyzes survey data from Dublin; shows differences in the acceptance of religious changes.

    Associated Search Terms: Ireland, Dublin; Change; Catholic, Ireland
  • Family, Ritual and Secularization. A Cross-National Study Conducted in Bulgaria, Finland, Germany and Ireland.
    Lüschen, Günther, Zaharj Staikof, Veronica Stolte Heiskanan, and Conor Ward (1972)
    Social Compass 19:4: 519-536.

    Analyzes interview data from parents of school-age children in 5 societies representing Protestant & Catholic settings of high & low modernization.

    Associated Search Terms: Finland, Helsinki; Secularization; Bulgaria, Sofia; Germany, Cologne; Germany, Bremen; Ireland, Dublin; Ritual; Family; Catholic, Europe; Protestant, Europe
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