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  • Gendered God imagery and attitudes toward mothers' labor force participation: Examining the transposable character of religious schemas.
    Shah, Sarah, John P. Bartkowsk, and Xiaohe Xu (2016)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55:3: 540-557.

    Analyzes 1972-2011 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data; gendered God imagery affects attitudes about women's labor force participation.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender role; God, image of; Labor; Work; United States
  • Redeeming Time: Protestantism and Chicao's Eight-Hour Movement, 1866-1912.
    Mirola, William A. (2015)
    Chicago: Univeristy of Illinois Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Class; Labor; United States, Illinois, Chicago; Social movement; Historical
  • Worshipping bodies: Affective labour in the Hillsong Church.
    Wade, Matthew, and Maria Hynes (2013)
    Geographical Research 51:2: 173-179.

    Associated Search Terms: Emotional Labor; Hillsong
  • With God on Our Side. The Struggle for Workers' Rights in a Catholic Hospital.
    Reich, Adam D. (2012)
    Ithaca, new York: Cornell University Press/ILR Press.

    It was necessary for a unionization campaign at a religiously-sponsored hospital to engage issues of values & theology, not simply material interests.

    Associated Search Terms: Values; Catholic, U.S.A.; Emotion; Gramsci, Antonio; Hospital; Labor; Orders/congregations; Social justice; Social movement; United States, California, Santa Rosa
  • Work and Faith in the Kentucky Coal Fields: Subject to Dust.
    Callahan, Richard (2009)
    Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Working class; United States, Kentucky; United States, Appalachia
  • Religious Protest and Economic Conflict: Possibilities and Constraints on Religious Resource Mobilization and Coalitions in Detroit's Newspaper Strike.
    Mirola, William A. (2003)
    Sociology of Religion 64:4: 443-461.

    Examines the role of religion as a resource for mobilization in a newspaper strike.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Resource mobilization; Social movement; United States, Michigan, Detroit
  • Shorter Hours and the Protestant Sabbath: Religious Framing and Movement Alliances in Late-nineteenth-century Chicago.
    Mirola, William A. (1999)
    Social Science History 23:3: 395-433.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Sabbath; Social movement; United States, Illinois, Chicago; Historical
  • Clergy Feminization: Controlled Labor or Transformative Change?
    Nesbitt, Paula D. (1997)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 36:4: 585-596.

    Feminization of the clergy is related to segregation into lower level positions.

    Associated Search Terms: Unitarian Universalist; Episcopal; Unitarian, U.S.A.; Dual labor market; Women; Clergy
  • From Truth to Values: A Sociological Analysis of the Public Discourse of Catholic Organizations in Flanders.
    Laermans, Rudi (1995)
    Social Compass 42:1: 69-77.

    Examines publications & other public documents of Catholic labor organizations in Flanders 1945-80; sees a shift from anti-modernism to moderate modernism, then to well-being & personal development.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Media; Flemish Belgians; Belgium, Flanders; Catholic, Belgium
  • Catholicism and Unionization in Affluent Postwar Democracies: Catholicism, Culture, Party, and Unionization.
    Misra, Joya, and Alexander Hicks (1994)
    American Sociological Review 59:2: 304-326.

    High proportion Catholic populations inhibit unionization except where Catholic political parties exist; then it promotes unionization.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics; Comparative; Catholic; Labor
  • Travail, loisir et observance chez les Trappistes au XIXe siècle. Deux études de cas: les moines d'Aiguebelle, les monials de Maubec.
    Delpal, Bernard (1994)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 39/86: 213-233.

    Examines 2 cases in 19th century France in which profitable enterprises were ended to preserve the Cistercian life style.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Trappist; Cistercian; Monasticism; Otherworldliness
  • Islam, solidarietà e lavoro. I muridi senegalesi in Italia.
    Schmidt di Friedberg, Ottavia (1994)
    Torino: Fondazione Agnelli.

    Associated Search Terms: African Italians; Labor; Islam, Italy; Migrant
  • Les Catholiques et le Parti des Travailleurs au Brésil.
    Follman, José-Ivo (1994)
    Social Compass 41:4: 483-501.

    Catholic activists in the Labor Party of Brazil fall into 4 categories: Popular, political, religious, independent.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Catholic, Brazil; Brazil; Politics, Brazil
  • Religion as Opposition: A Gramscian Analysis.
    Billings, Dwight B. (1990)
    American Journal of Sociology 96:1: 1-31.

    Applies Gramsci's hegemony concept to coal & textile workers in the American South after World War I.

    Associated Search Terms: Gramsci, Antonio; United States, South; Hegemony; Labor
  • Catholic Laywomen in the Labor Force, 1850-1950.
    Oats, Mary J. (1989)
    In K. Kennelly (ed.) American Catholic Women. New York: Macmillan, pp. 81-124.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, U.S.A.; Labor; Women
  • Religion and Radical Labor Unionism: American States in the 1920's.
    Christiano, Kevin J. (1988)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 27:3: 378-388.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; United States; Surrogate for religion
  • Catholics and the Workers' Movement.
    Foley, Michael (1988)
    Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, University of Surrey

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Great Britain; Catholic, Great Britain; Great Britain; Labor
  • Tra religione e organizzazione. Il caso delle ACLI.
    Pace, Enzo, Ilvo Diamanti, and Percy Allum (1987)
    Padova: Liviana.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Associzioni cristiane lavoratori italiani; Italy
  • La religione dello scenario. La persistenza della religione tra I lavoratori.
    Garelli, Franco (1986)
    Bologna: Il Mulino.

    Associated Search Terms: Italy; Labor
  • Catolicismo y clase obrera en Brazil. Los años posteriores a 1964.
    Souza Martins, Heloisa Helena T. de (1986)
    Cristianismo y sociedad 24/90: 35-64.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Brazil; Catholic, Brazil
  • U.S. Catholic Church-Related Jobs as Dual Labor Markets: A Speculative Inquiry.
    LaMagdeleine, Donald R. (1986)
    Review of Religious Research 27:4: 315-327. Comment by Patricia Wittberg 30:3 (1989): 287-290. Reply by Donald R. LaMagdeleine 30:3: 291-294.

    Associated Search Terms: Dual labor market; Catholic, U.S.A.
  • Religione e Classe Operaia.
    Cipolla, Costantino (1981)
    Brascia: Marcelliana.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Italy
  • Travail, pratique religieuse et bonheur aux États-Unis. Une analyse empirique.
    Simpson, John H. (1980)
    Concilium 151: 63-68.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Practice; United States
  • Travail et religion selon Max Weber.
    Freund, Julien (1980)
    Concilium 151: 31-39.

    Associated Search Terms: Weber, Max; Labor
  • Modulaciones Ideológicas del Catolicismo Social en España: De Los Circulos a Los Sindicatos.
    Castillo, Juan José (1976)
    Revista española de la opinion publica 45: 37-75.

    Depicts an early 20th-century shift in the Church's labor strategy, from efforts to bring workers & employers together on common ground, to denominational unions that recognized a basic opposition of interests.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Spain; Spain; Labor
  • Religious Identity and Political Commitment in the "Christians for Socialism" Movement in Italy.
    Milanesi, Giancarlo (1976)
    Social Compass 23:2/3: 241-257.

    Elaborates the tentative nature of the relationship between Catholicism & the labor movement in Italy.

    Associated Search Terms: Christians for Socialism; Italy; Labor; Politics, Italy
  • Spindles and Spires. A Re-study of Religion and Social Change in Gastonia.
    Earle, John R., Dean D. Knudsen, and Donald W. Shriver, Jr. (1976)
    Atlanta: John Knox Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Community study; United States, North Carolina, Gastonia; Economic; Change
  • Les ouvrièrs et l'Église catholique.
    Isambert, François A. (1974)
    Revue française de sociologie 15:4: 529-551.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from French workers.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, France; Labor; Stratification; France
  • The Prophetic Clergy. Social Activism Among Protestant Ministers.
    Quinley, Harold E. (1974)
    New York: Wiley.

    Analyzes 1968 interview data from Protestant clergy in California.

    Associated Search Terms: Activism; Lutheran, Missouri Synod; Clergy; Southern Baptist; Lutheran Church in America; Episcopal; American Lutheran Church; Labor; Civil rights movement; United States, California; United Methodist; Mexican Americans; American Baptist
  • The Uncertain Alliance: The Catholic Church and Labor in Latin America.
    Floridi, Alexis U., and Annette E. Stiefbold (1973)
    Washington: Center for Advanced International Studies, University of Miami.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Catholic, Latin America; Latin America
  • Anglo-Catholic Socialism: A Study of a Protest Movement within a Church.
    Bocock, Robert J. (1973)
    Social Compass 20:1: 31-48.

    Focuses on the late 19th & early 20th century.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Socialism; Great Britain; Church of England; Politics, Great Britain
  • La Grève et le Bon Dieu. La Grève de l'Amiante au Québec.
    David, Hélène (1969)
    Sociologie et sociétés 1:2: 249-276.

    Interprets the asbestos strike in Quebec in terms of 4 protagonists--workers, business, church, state--with the state promoting industrialization & the church preserving traditional community.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Canada; Canada, Quebec; Labor
  • The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Socialism.
    McCormack, Thelma (1969)
    British Journal of Sociology 20:3: 266-276.

    Proposes that the Reformation provided role-sets suited to urban life & to a complex division of labor, rather than an ethic of entrepreneurship.

    Associated Search Terms: Urban; Division of labor; Reformation; Protestant Ethic; Socialism
  • American Catholics and Social Movements.
    Finn, James (1969)
    In Philip Gleason (ed.), Contemporary Catholicism in the United States. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, pp. 127-146.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Labor; Catholic, U.S.A.; Peace/war; Rural life movement
  • Bishops, Priests and Prophecy: A Study in the Sociology of Religious Protest.
    McNamara, Patrick H. (1968)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles. [DA 29:9 A, p. 3235]

    Studies protest activity by priests ministering to Mexican farm workers, both church-initiated & not; sees a linking of priestly & prophetic action.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexican Americans; Clergy role; Activism; Labor; Catholic, U.S.A.
  • L'Église et le mouvement ouvrier en Belgique.
    Joye, Pierre, and Rosine Lewin (1967)
    Brussels: Scoiété Populaire d'Éditions.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Catholic, Belgium; Belgium
  • Attitudes Associated with Differential Participation in Church on the Part of Labor Union Members.
    Faulkner, Joseph E. (1962)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Pennsylvania State University.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; Labor
  • Christianisme et classe ouvrière.
    Isambert, François A. (1961)
    Paris and Tournai: Casterman. [Summary of pp. 43-53 in Louis Schneider (ed.), Religion, Culture and Scoiety (New York: Wiley, 1964), pp. 400-402.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Labor; Europe
  • L'Église et la classe ouvrière.
    Poulain, Jean Claude (1960)
    Paris: Éditions Sociales.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Catholic; Labor
  • Les sectes d'origine protestante et le monde ouvier français au XIXe siècle.
    Séguy, Jean (1958)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 6: 119-126.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; France; Sect; Protestant, France
  • The Dechristianization of the French Working Class.
    Moody, Joseph N. (1958)
    Review of Politics 20: 46-69.

    Extensively reviews the literature on the decline of religion in France, especially among the working class, from its initially weak position.

    Associated Search Terms: LeBras, Gabriel; Secularization; Catholic, France; Labor; France
  • Social and Religious Outlooks of a Young Labor Elite.
    Wagner, Helmut R. (1955)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, New School for Social Research.

    Analyzes life histories & resumes written by students in West German labor union training schools after World War II; includes accounts of spiritual/religious adherence & adjustments.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Germany, West; Generations; Life histories
  • The Welsh Religious Revival, 1904-05.
    Williams, C.R. (1952)
    British Journal of Sociology 3:3: 242-259.

    Presents the historical background & account.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Great Britain, Wales; Historical; Protestant, Great Britain; Stratification
  • Protestant Churches in Industrial America.
    May, Henry F. (1949)
    New York: Harper.

    Observes the opposition between the labor movement & Protestantism in 19th century America.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, U.S.A.; Labor
  • Millhands and Preachers. A Study of Gastonia.
    Pope, Liston (1942)
    New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press. (Based on 1941 Yale dissertation)

    Notes that church religiosity was found in the upper class & sect religiosity in the lower. Clergy, who referred workers to employers for jobs, sided with employers during strikes, leaving only fringe sects to side with the workers.

    Associated Search Terms: Labor; Stratification; United States, North Carolina, Gastonia; Community study
  • The American Catholic Attitude on Child Labor since 1891. A Study of the Formation and Development of a Catholic Attitude on a Specific Social Question.
    McQuade, o.s.a., Vincent Augustine (1938)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Catholic University of America.

    Associated Search Terms: Child labor; Moral; Justice; Catholic, U.S.A.
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