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  • Religion als religiös-ethnische Gemeinschaft. Das Beispiel der Parsi Zoroastrier in Indien.
    Lüddeckens, Dorothea, and Rafael Walthert (2013)
    Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 65, 1 Suppl., 333-357.

    Associated Search Terms: Community; Ethnic; Parsee, India; Zoroastrian, India; India
  • The Zoroastrian Center: An Ancient Faith in Diaspora.
    Rustomji, Yezdi (2000)
    In Helen Rose Ebaugh and Janet Saltzman Chafetz (eds.) Religion and the New Immigrants. Continuities and Adaptations in Immigrant Congregations. Walnut Creek, California: AltaMira, pp. 243-253.

    Account of a Zarathushti (Zoroastrian) cultural center in Houston, founded in 1975. Members tend to be upper middle class.

    Associated Search Terms: Parsee Americans; Migrant; Parish; Zoroastrian, U.S.A.; United States, Texas, Houston
  • Religion and Differences in Morbidity and Mortality.
    Jarvis, George K., and Herbert C. Northcott (1987)
    Social Science and Medicine 25:7: 813-824.

    Literature review; focuses on Protestants, Catholics, Jews, Muslims, clergy, Seventh-day Adventists, Mormons, Parsees, Jehovah's Witnesses, & Hutterites.

    Associated Search Terms: Death; Hutterite; Jehovah´s Witness; Parsee; Mormon; Seventh-day Adventist; Clergy; Medical; Jewish; Catholic; Islam
  • Social Distance among Religious and Linguistic Communities.
    Muttagi, P.K. (1975)
    Indian Journal of Social Work 36:2: 159-171.

    Analyzes social distance data from questionnaires developed for the study & administered to University of Bombay students; shows social distance preferences of Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Muslims, & Parsees toward religious & linguistic groups.

    Associated Search Terms: Parsee, India; India; Hindu, India; Social distance; Islam, India; Christian, India; Buddhist, India; Students, undergraduate
  • The Protestant Ethic and the Parsis.
    Kennedy, Robert E., Jr. (1962)
    American Journal of Sociology 68:1: 11-20. [Also in Neil J. Smelser (ed.), Readings on Economic Sociology (Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; Prentice-Hall, 1965), pp. 16-26.

    The traditional Zoroastrian value of commercial rationality has been carried through to the modern Parsees.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant Ethic; India; Economic; Parsee, India
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