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  • Religion, religious tradition, and nationalism: Jewish revival in Poland and "religious heritage" in Quebec.
    Zubrzycki, Geneviève (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:3: 442-455.

    Riesebrodt distinguised religion & religious tradition, the latter capable of being secularized. The left in Polish politics seeks a revival of Polish Judaism to promote pluralism while the right seeks to strengthen Catholic Polish identity. In Quebec there is an accommodation of non-Catholic sensibilities by the left, which yet retains some Catholic symbols in public places as indicators of tradition & Quebec identity.

    Associated Search Terms: Nationalism; Riesebrodt, Martin; Politics, Poland; Politics, Canada; Pluralism; Jewish, Poland; Catholic, Poland; Catholic, Canada; Canada, Quebec; Accommodation; Poland
  • Religione civile e contesti nazionali.
    Pace, Enzo (1999)
    Rassegna italiani di sociologia 1999:2: 189-208.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Israel; Israel; Catholic, Poland; Poland; United States; Comparative; Civil religion
  • Cybernetic Hasidism: An Essay on Social and Religious Change.
    Bosk, Charles L. (1974)
    Sociological Inquiry 44:2: 131-144.

    Hasidism had the advantage of flexibility in its competition with Rabbinism & Messianism in the Jewish communities of 18th century Poland.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Hasidic, Poland; Poland; Change
  • Aspects of the Sociology of Polish Jewry.
    Lestchinsky, Jacob (1966)
    Jewish Social Studies 28:4: 195-211.

    Overview, beginning with 1772.

    Associated Search Terms: Poland; Jewish, Poland
  • A Questionnaire Inquiry into the Jewish Population of Wroclaw.
    Bronsztejin, Szyja (1965)
    Jewish Journal of Sociology 7:2: 246-275.

    Integration of Jews into a Polish community after World War II.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Poland; Poland, Wroclaw
  • The Jewish Population of Poland in 1931.
    Bronsztejin, Szyja (1964)
    Jewish Journal of Sociology 6:1: 3-29.

    Reports 1931 census data.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Poland; Poland
  • The Jews in Medieval Poland.
    Vetulani, Adam (1962)
    Jewish Journal of Sociology 4:2: 274-294.

    Historical overview.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Poland; Jewish, Poland
  • The Demography of Jewish Communities in Eastern Europe.
    Halevi, H.S. (1960)
    Jewish Journal of Sociology 2:1: 103-109.

    Events before & during World War II drastically reduced the Jewish presence in Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, & Estonia.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Europe; Russia; Poland; Lithuania; Latvia; Estonia
  • Ner Tamid Societies in Poland and Lithuania.
    Yaari, Abraham (1959)
    Jewish Social Studies 21:2: 118-131.

    Describes a 17-18th century Jewish organization.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Lithuania; Lithuania; Historical; Poland; Jewish, Poland
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