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  • Religiosity and politics in Spain and Poland: A period effect analysis.
    Requena, Miguel, and Mikolaj Stanek (2014)
    Social Compass 61:3: 348-367.

    The Catholic Church legitimated authoritarian rule in Spain & opposed it in Poland. After the fall of Franco in Spain & Communism in Poland, both nations experienced secularization, but moreso in Spain.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Poland; Politics, Poland; Politics, Spain; Secularization; Spain; Catholic, Spain; Poland; Comparative
  • Religion and Power. No Logos without Mythos.
    Martin, David (2014)
    Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate.

    A collection of essays, having power & religion as a theme. Criticizes the privatization & rationalization versions of the secularization thesis. Focus on differentiation &the relationship of religion to power. Presupposes a functionalist definition of religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Ukraine; Violence; Symbol; Spain; Secularization; Secularism; Rationalization; Privatization; Power; Politics; Poland; Definition of religion; Voluntarism; Charisma; Peace/war; Comparative; Differentiation; Great Britain; Great Britain, London; Identity, national; Individualism; Lithuania; Nationalism; Axial age
  • 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: Riesebrodt, Martin; Catholic, Canada; Canada, Quebec; Politics, Poland; Accommodation; Politics, Canada; Catholic, Poland; Jewish, Poland; Nationalism; Pluralism; Poland
  • Catholicism and Democratic Consolidation in Spain and Poland.
    Anderson, John (2003)
    West European Politics 26:1: 137-156.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Poland; Catholic, Spain; Politics, Spain; Politics, Poland; Spain; Poland
  • The Roman Catholic Church in the Process of Democratic Transformation: The Case of Poland.
    Borowik, Irena (2002)
    Social Compass 49:2: 239-252.

    Associated Search Terms: Poland; Catholic, Poland; Politics, Poland
  • The Challenge of Pluralism. The Catholic Church in Democratic Poland.
    Byrnes, Timothy A. (2002)
    In Ted Gerard Jelen and Clyde Wilcox (eds.) Religion and Politics in Comparative Perspective. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 27-44.

    Associated Search Terms: Poland; Change; Politics, Poland; Catholic, Poland
  • Crossing the Gods: World Religions and Worldly Politics.
    Demerath, Nicholas J., III (2001)
    New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Israel; Egypt; China; Turkey; Pakistan; Great Britain, Northern Ireland; Japan; Poland; Sweden; State; Comparative; Politics; Guatemala; Violence; Brazil; India; Thailand
  • The Mainline Churches as a Counterbalance to the State: The Church of England in the Thatcher Period and the Catholic Church in Poland Under the Communist Regime.
    Gilarek, Katarzyna (2000)
    In Tom Inglis, Zdzislaw Mach, and Rafal Mazanek (eds.) Religion and Politics: East-West Contrasts from Contemporary Europe. Dublin: University College Dublin Press, pp. 129-146.

    Associated Search Terms: Poland; Catholic, Poland; Politics, Great Britain; Politics, Poland; Great Britain; Church of England
  • The Rise of "Cultural Religion" in European Christianity: Learning from Poland, Northern Ireland, and Sweden.
    Demerath, Nicholas J., III (2000)
    Social Compass 47:1: 127-139.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Politics, Poland; Poland; Great Britain, Northern Ireland; Politics, Great Britain; Sweden; State
  • Positionnement de la Hiérarchie Catholique Polonaise Face à l'Etat et à la Population dans le Années 1980.
    David-Blais, Martin, and Stanislaw Sokolowski (1997)
    Social Compass 44:4: 545-565.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Poland; Politics, Poland; Poland
  • Religion and Democracy in Central Eastern Europe.
    Michel, Patrick (1994)
    In John Fulton and Peter Gee (eds.) Religion in Contemporary Europe. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 34-42.

    Focuses mostly on post-communist Poland.

    Associated Search Terms: Europe, central; Catholic, Poland; Politics, Poland
  • Public Religions in the Modern World.
    Casanova, José V. (1994)
    Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Disputes the secularization model; explores the cases of Catholicism in Spain, Poland, Brazil, & the U.S.A., & Protestantism in the U.S.A.

    Associated Search Terms: Differentiation; Poland; Privatization; Conservative, U.S.A.; Politics, Spain; United States; Catholic, U.S.A.; Brazil; Politics, Brazil; Public religion; Politics, U.S.A.; Spain; Liberation theology; Politics, Poland; Catholic, Poland; Catholic, Spain; Catholic, Brazil
  • Religious Revival or Political Substitution: Polish Roman Catholic Movements after World War II.
    Mucha, Janusz L., and Maciej K. Zaba (1992)
    In Brinislaw Misztal and Anson D. Shupe, Jr. (eds.) Religion and Politics in Comparative Perspective. Revival of Religious Fundamentalism in East and West. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, pp. 54-66.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Poland; Catholic, Poland; Poland
  • Pastoral Mobilization and Symbolic Politics: The Catholic Church in Poland, 1918-1966.
    Osa, Maryjane (1992)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago.

    Associated Search Terms: Poland; Social movement; Politics, Poland; Catholic, Poland
  • The Vanishing Point: The Religious Components of Peasant Politics of Protest in Poland, 1970-1980.
    Gorlach, Krzystof (1992)
    In Bronislaw Misztal and Anson D. Shupe, Jr. 9eds.), Religion and Politics in Comparative perspective. Revival of Religious Fundamntalism in East and West. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, pp. 43-53.

    Associated Search Terms: Rural; Politics, Poland; Poland; Folk religion
  • The Resilience of Christianity in the Modern World.
    Tamney, Joseph B. (1992)
    Albany: State University of New York Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Socialism; Conservative; Liberation theology; Catholic, Latin America; Poland; Politics, Poland; Modernization; Accommodation; Latin America; Counterculture; Catholic, Poland
  • Toward an Explanation of Church Opposition to Authoritarian Regimes: Religio-Oppositional Subcultures in Poland and Catalonia.
    Johnson, Hank (Henry E.) (1989)
    Journal for the scientific Study of Religion 28:4: 493-508.

    Explains continuities in national opposition over time in terms of religious/familial subcultures.

    Associated Search Terms: Subculture; Catholic, Europe; Spain, Catalonia; Poland; Politics, Europe
  • Religion and Politics in Post-World War II Poland.
    Borowski, Karol H. (1986)
    In Jeffrey K. Hadden and Anson Shupe (eds.), Prophetic Religion and Politics. (Religion and the Political Order, Volume One). New York: Paragon House, pp. 221-232.

    Associated Search Terms: Poland; Politics, Poland
  • Cattolicesimo ed ethos politico in polonia.
    Jerschina, Jan (1984)
    In Enzo Pace (ed.), La Società parallela. Religione, resistenze e oppositione nella Polonia contemporanea. Milano: Franco Angeli, pp. 113-145. [Also Studi di Sociologia 23:1 (1985): 14-29]

    The church, better than the Communist state, articulates national aspirations.

    Associated Search Terms: Poland; Politics, Poland; Catholic, Poland
  • Religious Change in Contemporary Poland.
    Pomian-Srzednicki, Maciej (1982)
    London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Politics, Poland; Poland; Catholic, Poland; Secularization
  • Sozialer und politischer Wandel in Polen und die gesellschaftliche Position der katholischen Kirche.
    Kondziela, Joachim (1978)
    In Klaus Zapotoczky (ed.), Werte und Gesellschaft im Wandel. Polnische-Österreichisches Kolloquium 1976. Linz: Oberösterreichischer Landesverlag, 1978, pp. 98-107. [Also Jahrbuch für christliche Sozialwissenschaften 21 (1980): 57-72]

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Catholic, Poland; Politics, Poland; Poland
  • De la nation ethnique à la nation civique: enjeux pour l'Église catholique polonaise.
    Zubrzycki, Geneviève (1977)
    Social Compass 44:1: 37-51.

    The establishment of a legitimate Polish state allows for legitimate cultural pluralism there & thus changes the role of the once normative church.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Pluralism; State; Catholic, Poland; Poland; Politics, Poland
  • Les Choix Politiques des Structures Confessionnelles en Pologne.
    Dembinsky, Ludwik (1973)
    Revue française de science politique 23:3: 537-549.

    Presents the situation in 1944 and after.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Poland; Catholic, Poland; Poland
  • Un Sondage Polonais sur les Attitudes Religieuses de la Jeunesse.
    Maître, Jacques (1961)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 12: 133-143.

    Analyzes 1959 interview data from Poles aged 15-24 years; cross tabulates religious identity with political preferences, moral stands, & motives why one would choose a profession.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Poland; Occupation; Catholic, Poland; Atheist, Poland; Poland; Youth
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