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  • Bingo! Holy play in experience-oriented society.
    Groot, Kees de (2017)
    Social Compass 64:2: 194-205.

    Based on 2006-14 participant observation of advertised public events in the Netherlands; data are reported from 4 events. Sacred or holy play appears in unexpected places. Uses a typology of play for interpretation

    Associated Search Terms: Huizinga, Johan; Sacred; Experience; Netherlands; Participant observation; Play; Ritual
  • The effect of religiosity on life satisfaction in a secularized context: Assessing the relevance of believing and belonging.
    tenKate, Josje, Willem de Koster, and Jeroen van der Waal (2017)
    Review of Religious Research 59:2: 135-155.

    Analyzes 2009 survey data from Netherlands residents aged 14-49. Belonging rather than belief is the religious dimension that furthers life satisfaction, with a residual effect of attendance.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Belief; Belonging, sense of; Dimensions of religiosity; Life satisfaction; Practice
  • Sociology of religion in the Netherlands.
    Groot, Kees de, and Erik Sengers (2015)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and Anthony J. Blasi (eds.) Sociologies of Religion. National Traditions. Leiden: Brill, pp. 132-161.

    A history.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Sociology of religion, Netherlands
  • Understanding the veiling of Muslim women in the Netherlands.
    Brünig, Bianca, and Fenella Fleischmann (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:1: 20-37.

    Analyzes 2006-07 interview data from ethnic Turkish & Moroccan women in the Netherlands about veiling. Strong Muslim identity & gender traditionalism positively predict veiling. Educational attainment & contact with Dutch negatively predict it, but highly educated women who were also highly religious were more likely to veil.

    Associated Search Terms: Turkish Dutch; Education; Women; Generations; Netherlands; Moroccan Dutch; Islam, Netherlands; Clothing; Gender traditionalism; Identity; Assimilation
  • Organisations islamiques en Europe et aux États-Unis: les perspectifves interdisciplinaires et ascendantes.
    Kortmann, Matthias, and Kerstin Rosenow-Williams (2015)
    Social Compass 62:4: 541-555.

    Meta-analysis of studies of Muslim organizations in majority non-Muslim nations shows that such environments provide resources but also impose restrictions on the structures and objectives of the organizations.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain; Switzerland; Islam, Latvia; United States; Spain; Poland; Netherlands; Lithuania; Latvia; Islam, Poland; Islam, Lithuania; Islam, Estonia; Germany; Islam, Germany; France; Islam, Belgium; Islam, Netherlands; Islam, Spain; Islam, Switzerland; Islam, U.S.A.; Organization; Belgium; Estonia; Islam, France
  • Fact Factory: Sociological Expertise and Episcopal Decision Making in the Netherlands.
    Dols, Chris (2014)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Radboud Univrsiteit Nijmegen.

    Associated Search Terms: Bishop; Catholic, Netherlands; Netherlands; Policy research; Sociology of religion, Netherlands
  • Certainty and uncertainty in contemporary spirituality and Catholicism: Finding proof versus destabilizing certainties in popular religion in the Netherlands.
    Knibbe, Kim (2014)
    Social Compass 61:4: 537-549.

    Ethnographic reseach on a contemporary spirituality group seeking proof of the "other side" & in a group of liberal Catholics seeking to deal with uncertainty.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Participant observation; Doubt; Catholic, Netherlands; Spiritualist, Netherlands
  • Inheritance of religiosity among Muslim immigrants in a secular society.
    Pol, Jasper van de, and Frank van Tubergen (2014)
    Review of Religious Research 56:1: 87-106.

    Analyzes 2008-10 interview & questionnaire data from Turkish & Moroccan immigrants in the Netherlands, aged 15-45. A stronger transmission is found in families with warm ties, different parental backgrounds, families strongly embedded in religious community, & families with higher parental religiosity.

    Associated Search Terms: Socialization; Generations; Islam, Netherlands; Assimilation; Migrant; Netherlands; Family; Religiosity
  • The Headscarf Debates: Conflicts of National Belonging.
    Aziz, Sahar F. (2014)
    Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Netherlands; Turkey; Clothing; Discourse; France; Gender; Germany; Islam, France; Islam, Germany; Netherlands; Islam, Turkey
  • Religion and parental values in a secularized country: Evidence from the Netherlands.
    Halman, Loek (2014)
    Social Compass 61:1: 121-140.

    Analyzes 2008 European Values Study data from the Netherlands. Parental values are related to religion; denominational differences in autonomy & obedience can be explained by attendance (a network mechanism) while differences in autonomy are partly explained by beliefs.

    Associated Search Terms: Socialization; Belief; Family; Netherlands; Network; Obedience; Practice; Autonomy
  • The Religiosity of Children of Immigrants and Natives in England, Germany, and the Netherlands: The Role of Parents and Peers in Class.
    DeHoon, Sean, and Frank Van Tubergen (2014)
    European Sociological Review 30:2: 194-206.

    Associated Search Terms: Germany; Socialization; Religiosity; Great Britain, England; Migrant; Comparative; Children; Family; Netherlands
  • Religion, homosexuality, and contested social orders in the Netherlands, the western Balkans, and Sweden.
    Van den Berg, Mariecke, David J. Bos, Marco Derks, R. Ruard Ganzevoort, Miloš Jovanovi?, Anne-Marie Korte, and Srdjan Sremac (2014)
    In Gladys Ganiel, Heidemarie Winkel, and Christophe Monnot (eds.) Religion in times of crisis. Leiden: Brill, pp. 116-134.

    Religion is the "other" in the Netherlands, LGBT is the "other" in the western Balkans. In Sweden, an Evangelical pastor who tested a hate speech law was supported generally in the exercise of his free speech but much vilified for his views. Stances toward religion & homosexuality serve as national identity markers.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity, national; Bosnia; Catholic, Croatia; Comparative; Homosexuality; Islam, Bosnia; Montenegro; Nationalism; Netherlands; Serbia; Serbian Orthodox, Serbia; Sweden; Croatia
  • Expressive individualism and religion in the Netherlands.
    Zondag, Hessel J. (2013)
    Social Compass 60:1: 41-58.

    Analyzes 2005 & '07 questionnaire data fro self-selected participants in 2 internet forums about Christianity & New Age themes. Autonomy is inversely related to religiosity. Controlling for autonomy, personal development & setting oneself apart were positively related to religiosity.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Religiosity; Individualism; Autonomy
  • Examining Trends in Muslim Self-Identification and Mosque Attendance Among People of Turkish and Moroccan Descent in the Netherlands, 1997-2009.
    Smits, Fransje, and Wout Ultee (2013)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52:3: 596-616.

    Analyzes 1997-2009 survey data from Turkish & Moroccan Dutch Muslims. Identification as Muslims & mosque attendance showed no real increases or decreases.

    Associated Search Terms: Turkish Dutch; Practice; Netherlands; Moroccan Dutch; Islam, Netherlands; Identification
  • Parental religious transmission after migration: The case of Dutch Muslims.
    Maliepaard, Mieke, and Marcel Lubbers (2013)
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39;3: 425-442.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Islam, Netherlands; Socialization; Netherlands; Turkish Dutch; Moroccan Dutch; Family
  • Religious Trends and Social Integration: Muslim Minorities in the Netherlands.
    Maliepaard, Mieke (2012)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Utrecht.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Netherlands; Assimilation; Netherlands; Minority
  • Explaining Differences in Philanthropic Behavior between Christians, Muslims, and Hindus in the Netherlands.
    Carabain, Christine L., and René Bekers (2012)
    Review of Religious Research 53:4: 419-440.

    Analyzes 2008 Dutch interview data. Community orientation, communal worship orientation, & beliefs affect giving patterns. Dutch Hindus have more secular & less religious giving levels, Dutch Muslims more religious & less secular.

    Associated Search Terms: Indian Dutch; Hindu, Netherlands; Protestant, Netherlands; Netherlands; Islam, Netherlands; Contributions; Catholic, Netherlands; Altruism; Belief
  • Social integration and religious identity expression among Dutch Muslims: The role of minority and majority group contact.
    Maliepaard, Mieke, and Karen Phalet (2012)
    Social Psychology Quarterly75:2: 131-148.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Minority; Islam, Netherlands; Identity; Assimilation
  • Trajectories to the New Age. The Spiritual Turn of the First Generation of Dutch New Age Teachers.
    Van Otterloo, Anneke, Stef Aupers, and Dick Houtman (2012)
    Social Compass 59:2: 239-256.

    Based on interviews with Dutch New Age teachers & therapists at New Age centers. The first generation found institutions meaningless.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; New age; Counterculture
  • Contested secularities: Religious minorities and secular progressivism in the Netherlands.
    Schuh, Cora, Marian Burchardt, and Monika WhlrabSahr (2012)
    Journal of Religion in Europe 5:3: 349-383.

    Associated Search Terms: Minority; Secular; Netherlands
  • Church attendance and childbearing: Evidence from a Dutch panel study, 1987-2005.
    Berghammer, Caroline (2012)
    Population Studies 66:2: 197-212.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; Fertility; Panel study; Netherlands
  • Religious pluralism and organizational diversity: An empirical test in the city of Zwolle, the Netherlands, 1851-1914.
    Boone, Christophe, Aleid Brouwer, Jan Jacobs, Arjen van Witteloostuijn, and Matthijs de Zwaan. (2012)
    Socology of Religion 73:2: 150-173.

    Notes a correlation of organizational diversity & religious diversity in Zwolle.

    Associated Search Terms: Urban; Economic; Netherlands, Zwolle; Pluralism
  • Reaching the limits of secularization? Turkish- and Moroccan-Dutch Muslims in the Netherlands.
    Maliepaard, Mieke, Mérove Gijsberts, and Marcel Lubbers (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:2: 359-367.

    Secondary analysis of 1998-2006 surveys of Dutch Muslims. Rather than adopting Dutch secularism, as seemed to occur previously, a second female generation & first male generation are reviving Mosque attendance.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Netherlands; Turkish Dutch; Secularization; Practice; Moroccan Dutch; Islam, Netherlands; Gender; Assimilation; Generations
  • Localizing Islam in Europe: Turkish Islamic Communiteis in Germany and the Netherlands.
    Yükleyen, Ahmet (2012)
    Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Germany; Germany; Turkish Dutch; Assimilation; Islam, Netherlands; Netherlands; Turkish Germans
  • European Shiism? Counterpoints from Shiites' organization in Britain and the Netherlands.
    Van den Bos, Mattjihs (2012)
    Ethnicities 12:5: 556-580.

    Associated Search Terms: Shi'ite, Great Britain; Shi'ite, Netherlands; Organization; Comparative
  • Civic engagement measured in square metres. Church and civil society in a Dutch suburb.
    van der Meulen, Marten (2012)
    Social Compass 59:4: 552-569.

    Based on 2002-05 field work inLeidsche Rijn, a suburb of Utrecht. Social capital in congregations both furthers & limits civic engagement.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Social capital; Netherlands, Utrecht; Civic engagement
  • Secular intolerance in a post-Christian society: The case of Islam in the Netherlands.
    DeKoster, W., Dick Houtman, S. van Bohemen, et al. (2011)
    In Dick Houtman, S. Aupers, and W. deKoster (eds.) Paradoxes of Individualization: Scoial Control, Social Conflict in Contemporary Modernity. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 141-156.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Islam, Netherlands; Prejudice, anti-Islamic
  • Secular intolerance in a post-Christian society: The case of Islam in the Netherlands.
    Van Bohemen, Samira, Roy Kemmers, Dick Houtman, Sttef Aupers, and Willem de Koster (2011)
    In Dick Houtman, Stef Aupers, and Willem de Koster (eds.) Paradoxes of Individualization: Social Control and Social Conflict in Contemporary Modernity. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, pp. 123-140.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Netherlands; Netherlands; Prejudice, anti-Islamic; Secular
  • Ethnic, religious and economic diversity in Dutch neighbourhoods: Explaining quality of contact with neighbours, trust in the neighbourhood and inter-ethnic trust.
    Lancee, Bram, and Jaap Dronkers (2011)
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 37:4: 597-618.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; Netherlands; Diversity; Ethnic
  • The role of religiosity for formal and informal volunteering in the Netherlands.
    VanTienen, Marike, Peer Scheepers, Jan reitsma, and Hans Schilderman (2011)
    Voluntas: intrnational Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 22:3: 365-389.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Netherlands; Volunteering
  • Understanding the religious behaviour of Muslims in the Netherlands and the UK.
    Güveli, Ayse, and Lucinda Platt (2011)
    Sociology 45:6: 1008-1027.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain; Islam, Great Britain; Islam, Netherlands; Netherlands
  • Anti-Muslim attitudes in the Netherlands: Tests of contradictory hypotheses derived from ethnic competition theory and intergroup contact theory.
    Savekoul, Michael, Peer Scheepers, Jochem Tolsma, and Louk Hagendoorn (2011)
    European Sociologoical Review 27:6: 741-775.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Netherlands; Prejudice, anti-Islamic
  • Anti-Muslim attitudes in the Netherlands: Tests of contradictory hypotheses derived from ethnic competition theory and intergroup contact theory.
    Michael Savelkoul, Peer Scheepers, Jochen Tolsma, and Louk Hagendoorn (2011)
    European Sociological Review 27:6: 741-758.

    Associated Search Terms: Prejudice, anti-Islamic; Ethnic; Competition; Islam, Netherlands
  • Understanding the religious behavior of Muslims in the Netherlands.
    Guveli, Ayse, and Lucinda Platt (2011)
    Sociology 45:6: 1008-1027.

    Analyzes 1998 survey data from Dutch minorities & 1993 minorities survey data from Great Britain. Attendance at mosques is generally unrelated to most predictors; context is important.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Great Britain; Islam, Netherlands; Migrant; Practice; Great Britain; Netherlands; Assimilation
  • Religious Socialization and Church Attendance in the Netherlands from 1983 to 2007: A Panel Study.
    Vermeer, Paul, Jacques Janssen, and Joep de Hart (2011)
    Social Compass 58:3: 373-392.

    Based on a 1983 study of secondary students & a 2007 follow-up. Church attendance during secondary school was not a good prediction of adult religious involvement.

    Associated Search Terms: Family; Netherlands; Panel study; Students, secondary; Practice; Socialization
  • Generational Differences in Ethnic and Religious Attachment and Their Interrelation: A Study among Muslim Minorities in the Netherlands.
    Maliepaard, Mieke, Marcel Lubbers, and Mérove Gijsberts (2010)
    Ethnic and Racial Studies 33:3: 451-471.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Netherlands; Minority; Generations; Ethnic; Netherlands
  • Religious identity consolidation and mobilization among Turkish Dutch Muslims.
    Verkuyten, Maykel, and Ali Ali Yldiz (2010)
    European Journal of Social Psychology 40:3: 436-447.

    Associated Search Terms: Turkish Dutch; Activism; Identity; Islam, Netherlands; Netherlands
  • Contesting community online: Virtual imagery among Dutch Orthodox Protestant homosexuals.
    DeKoster, W. (2010)
    Symbolic Interaction 33:4: 552-577.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Internet; Homosexuality
  • Religion in the Netherlands.
    Sengers, Erik (2010)
    In Giuseppe Giordan (ed.) Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion. Vol. 1: Youth and Religion. Leiden: Brill, pp. 439-459.

    Historical overview & presentation of contemporary data on membership and religious participation.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; State; Pillarization; Netherlands; Membership
  • The Quest for Religious Purity in New Age, Evangelicalism and Islam. Religious Renditions of Dutch Youth and the Luckmann Legacy.
    Roeland, Johan, Stef Aupers, Dick Houtman, Martijn de Koning, and Ineke Noomen (2010)
    In Giuseppe Giordan (ed.) Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion. Vol. 1: Youth and Religion. Leiden: Brill, pp. 289-306.

    Luckman's "invisible religion" model does not describe youth religiosity in the Netherlands.

    Associated Search Terms: New age; Youth; Evangelical, Netherlands; Discourse; Invisible religion; Islam, Netherlands; Luckmann, Thomas; Netherlands
  • 'Islam as a problem': Dutch Religious Politics in the East Indies.
    Jung, Dietrich (2010)
    Review of Religious Research 51:3:288-301.

    The pioneer of Islamic sudies, C.S. Hurgronje, influenced Dutch colonial policy in the East Indies, which were predicated on the assumption that modernity would lead to rejecting Islam.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Islam, Indonesia; Netherlands; Colonialism; Indonesia
  • Muslim immigrants and religious group feelings: Self-identification and attitudes among Sunni and Alevi Turkish-Dutch.
    Verkuyten, Maykel, and Ali Ali Yldiz (2009)
    Ethnic and Racial Studies 32:7: 1121-1142.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Sunni, Netherlands; Turkish Dutch; Netherlands; Islam, Netherlands; Identity; Alevi
  • Changes in volunteering among young old in the Netherlands between 1991 and 2002.
    Suanet, Bianca, Marjolein Broese van Groenou, and Arjan W. Braam (2009)
    European Journal of Ageing 6:1: 157-165.

    Associated Search Terms: Volunteering; Netherlands, Amsterdam; Gerontology
  • A Christian Cancellation of the Secularist Truce? Waning Christian Religiosity and Waxing Religious Deprivatization in the West.
    Achterberg, Peter, Dick Houtman, Stef Aupers, Willem de Koster, Peter Mascini, and Jeroen van der Waal (2009)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48:4: 687-701.

    1998 survey data from 18 western nations & 1970-96 Dutch survey data show the number of Christians inversely related to their support for public religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Privatization; Public religion; Secularization
  • For love of faith: Patterns of religious engagement in a new town.
    Groot, Kees de (2009)
    In Guiseppe Giordan (ed.) Conversion in the age of pluralism. Leiden: Brill, pp. 91-113.

    Based on 54 interviews in 2004 in Zoetermeer; background was more important than choice.

    Associated Search Terms: Modernity; Conversion; Suburb; Netherlands, Zoetermeer; Urban
  • Islam, Migration and Integration: The Age of Securitization.
    Kaya, Ayhan (2009)
    New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Belgium; Netherlands; Islam, France; Germany; Belgium; Islam, Netherlands; Migration; Assimilation; Islam, Germany; France
  • And Who is Your Neighbor? Explaining Denominational Differences in Charitable Giving and Volunteering in the Netherlands.
    Bekkers, René, and Theo Schuyt (2008)
    Review of Religious Research 50:1: 74-96.

    Contributions to religion are based on involvement, to charities on values socialized in by churches. Dutch Catholics are less involved & thus contribute less than Protestants, both to religion & to secular charities.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Protestant, Netherlands; Contributions; Catholic, Netherlands; Atheist, Netherlands; Altruism; Volunteering
  • God for a Good Life. Dutch Youth and Their Views on Religion and Life Course in Post-modern Society.
    Sengers, Erik (2008)
    In R. Ruard Ganzevoort and Amme-Claire Mulder (eds.) Weal and Woe II. Empirical Explorations and Theological Reflections. Münster: LIT-Verlag, pp. 133-143.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Youth
  • Acceptation religieuse du moi: l'identité chez les jeunes néo-évangélistes.
    Roeland, Johan (2008)
    Social Compass 55:1: 31-41.

    Proposes that Evangelical youth in the Netherlands are establishing their personal identities.

    Associated Search Terms: Youth; Identity; Adolescence; Evangelical, Netherlands; Netherlands
  • Traditional Christian Belief and Belief in the Supernatural: Diverging Trends in the Netherlands between 1979 and 2005?
    De Graaf, Nan Dirk; and Manfred Te Grotenhuis (2008)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47:4: 585-598.

    Analyzes 1979-2005 survey data from Dutch adults not belonging to non-Christian religions; notes a decline of traditional belief & belief in the supernatural.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Secularization; Netherlands
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