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  • Individualized marriage and family disruption ministries in congregations: How culture matters.
    Konieczny, Mary Ellen (2016)
    Sociology of Religion 77:2: 144-170.

    Based on interview data from northern Indiana congregations; describes cultural work & counseling in support of mar4riage and of divorced persons.

    Associated Search Terms: Divorce; United States, Indiana, northern; Marriage/divorce; Counseling; Congregation; Dialectic
  • Attitudes toward marriage, divorce, cohabitation, and casual sex among working-age Latinos. Does religion matter?
    Ellison, Christopher G., Nicholas H Wolfinger, and Aida I. Ramos-Wada (2013)
    Journal of Family Issues 34:3: 295-322.

    Associated Search Terms: Sexual attitudes; Latino Americans; Marriage/divorce; Moral
  • Are Muslims a distinctive minority? An empirical analysis of rleigiosity, social attitudes, and Islam.
    Lewis, Valerie A., and Ridhi Kashyap (2013)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52:3: 617-626.

    Analyzes 2009 British interview data. Muslims are more religious than Christians & "nones." They are also more traditional on moral issues, reflecting their greater religiosity & their lower socio-economic status.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Marriage/divorce; Homosexuality; Abortion; Gender role; Moral; Great Britain; Islam, Great Britain; Practice
  • Research note: Multi-faith Britain and family life: Changing patterns of marriage, cohabitation, and divorce among different faith groups 1983-2005.
    Francis, Leslie J., Emyr Williams, and Andrew Village (2011)
    Journal of Contemporary Religion 26:1: 33-41.

    Associated Search Terms: Family; Change; Marriage/divorce; Great Britain; Cohabitation
  • The effects of parental marital discord and divorce on the religious and spiritual lives of young adults.
    Ellison, Christopher G., Anthony B. Walker, Norval D. Glenn, and Elizabeth Marquardt (2011)
    Social Science Research 40:2:538-551.

    Associated Search Terms: Young adults; Family; Divorce; Generations; Socialization; Marriage/divorce
  • Faith and Money: How Religion Contributes to Wealth and Poverty.
    Keister, Lisa A. (2011)
    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Develops a model for the impact of religious identification on wealth accumulation of American Conservative Protestants, Black Protestants, Mainline Protestants, white Catholics, Hispanic Catholics, Jews, & others. A chapter examines denominations (Mormons & Mainline Protestant denominations).

    Associated Search Terms: Mormon, U.S.A.; African Americans; Marriage/divorce; Conservative, U.S.A.; Mobility (vertical); Economic; Education; Family; Fertility; Catholic, U.S.A.; Jewish, U.S.A.; Generations; Stratification; United States; Protestant (mainline), U.S.A..; Latino Americans
  • Religious influences on the risk of marital dissolution.
    Vaaler, Margaret L., Christopher G. Ellison, and Daniel A. Powers (2009)
    Journal of Marriage & Family 71: 917-934.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage/divorce
  • Religiosity and marital stability among Black American and White American couples.
    Brown, Edna, Terri L. Orbuch, and Jose A. Bauermeister (2008)
    Family Relations 57: 186-197.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Marriage/divorce; African Americans
  • 'Spiritual, but not Religious:' The Impact of Parental Divorce on the Religious and Spiritual Identities of Young Adults in the United States.
    Zhai, Jiexia Elisa, Christopher G. Ellison, Charles E. Stokes, and Norval D. Glenn (2008)
    Review of Religious Research 49:4: 379-394.

    Based on 2003 telephone interview data from American young adults; adult children of divorced parents are most likely to identify themselves as spiritual but not religious.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage/divorce; Family; Socialization; Divorce
  • Parental Divorce and Religious Involvement among Young Adults.
    Zhai, Jiexia Elisa, Christopher G. Ellison, Norval D. Glenn, and Elizabeth Marquardt (2007)
    Sociology of Religion 68:2: 125-144.

    Analyzes survey data from adult children of divorced & intact families. Parental divorce is related to lesser attendance but not to lesser private religiosity.

    Associated Search Terms: Prayer; Practice; Marriage/divorce; Divorce; Family
  • Religious Influence on Marital Stability.
    Call, Vaughn R.A., and Tim B. Heaton (1997)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 36:3: 382-392.

    Analyzes 1987-88 & '92-94 National (U.S.A.) Survey of Families and Households panel data; shared worship attendance is related to marital stability.

    Associated Search Terms: Family; Practice; Marriage/divorce
  • Religione e famiglia nella recente letteratura sociologica.
    Milanesi, Giancarlo (1979)
    Studi di sociologia 17:3: 273-307.

    A review of the research literature on a variety of topics related to religion & family.

    Associated Search Terms: Abortion; Marriage/divorce; Familism; Birth control; Fertility; Family
  • The Sacralization of the Family with Special Reference to Australia.
    Mol, Hans (Johannes J.) (1974)
    Journal of Comparative Family Studies 5:2: 98-108.

    Reviews, inter alia, official statistics from Australia on divorce, religious intermarriage, & different fertility patterns by religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage/divorce; Fertility; Family; Australia
  • Some of the Factors Involved in the Breakdown of Catholic Marriage.
    Thomas, John Lawrence (1949)
    Ph.D. dissertation, Univrsity of Chicago.

    Based on Chicago archdiocesan marriage tribunal records.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, U.S.A.; Marriage/divorce
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