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  • Explaining Differences in Philanthropic Behavior between Christians, Muslims, and Hindus in the Netherlands.
    Carabain, Christine L., and RenÚ 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: Islam, Netherlands; Altruism; Belief; Contributions; Hindu, Netherlands; Netherlands; Protestant, Netherlands; Indian Dutch; Catholic, Netherlands
  • And Who is Your Neighbor? Explaining Denominational Differences in Charitable Giving and Volunteering in the Netherlands.
    Bekkers, RenÚ, 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: Atheist, Netherlands; Volunteering; Protestant, Netherlands; Netherlands; Catholic, Netherlands; Altruism; Contributions
  • L'Úvolution liturgique comme rÚponse Ó la sÚcularisation: le cas de deux ╔glises protestantes aux Pays-Bas.
    Versteeg, Peter (2008)
    Social Compass 55:1: 42-53.

    Charismatic worship & prayer ministry establish boundaries & identity in the face of secularization.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Netherlands; Protestantse Gemeerte; Nederlands Gereformeerde Kerk; Netherlands, Houten; Parish; Ritual; Identity; Boundary maintenance
  • Religion and Social Mobility in Nineteenth-century The Hague.
    Poppel, Frans van, Aart C. Liefbroer, and Jona Schellekens (2003)
    Sociology of Religion 64:2: 247-271.

    Based on a sampling from marriage records. Very little vertical mobility occurred in 19th century The Hague, leaving Protestants over-represented in the upper class, Jews in the petit bourgeoisie, & Catholics in the working class.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Netherlands; Jewish, Netherlands; Protestant, Netherlands; Stratification; Historical; Netherlands, The Hague; Mobility (vertical); Community study
  • The Disciplinary Revolution: Calvinism and the Rise of the State in Early Modern Europe.
    Gorski, Philip S. (2003)
    Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    The Calvinist Reformation produced the infrastructure of the state with not only a work ethic but discipline.

    Associated Search Terms: Asceticism; Germany, Brandenburg-Prussia; Politics; Discipline; Historical; Netherlands; Protestant Ethic; Reformation; State; Calvinist
  • The Effect of Religion on Work Attitudes in The Netherlands.
    Voert, Marijke ter (1993)
    Social Compass 40:1: 33-44.

    Analyzes 1990-91 Dutch survey data; denomination had indirect effects on work attitudes. Orthodox Calvinists especially had a Christian work ethic.

    Associated Search Terms: Nederlands Hervormd, Netherlands; Gereformeerd, Netherlands; Orthodox Calvinist, Netherlands; Protestant Ethic; Netherlands; Catholic, Netherlands
  • Religion und Konfession: Studien zur politischen, ethischen und religi÷sen Einstellungen von Katholischen, Protestanten und Konfessionslosen ind er Bundesrepublic Deutschland und in den Niederlanden.
    Daiber, Karl Fritz (ed.) (1989)
    Hanover: Lutherisches Verlaghaus.

    Analyzes 1982 West German survey data, & separate Dutch data.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Germany; Germany, West; Politics, Germany; Politics, Netherlands; Netherlands; Moral; Protestant, Netherlands; Protestant, Germany; Atheist, Netherlands; Atheist, Germany; Catholic, Netherlands
  • Religion and Society in Tension.
    Glock, Charles Y., and Rodney Stark (1965)
    Chicago: Rand McNally.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, U.S.A.; Politics, U.S.A.; United States, California, San Francisco Bay Area; Experience; Politics, Great Britain; Politics, France; Catholic, U.S.A.; Politics, Netherlands; Politics, Colombia; Episcopal; Lutheran, Missouri Synod
  • Numerical Relations between Catholics and Protestants in the Netherlands, 1580-1880.
    DeKok, J.A. (1964)
    Social Compass 11:3/4: 37-40.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Netherlands; Catholic, Netherlands; Netherlands
  • Die Erforschung der protestantischen Kirchengemeinde in den Niederlanden.
    Kruijt, J.P. (1960)
    In Dietrich Goldschmidt, Franz Greiner, and Helmut Schelsky (eds.), Soziologie der Kirchengemeinde. Stuttgart: F. Enke, pp. 35-49.

    Associated Search Terms: Netherlands; Protestant, Netherlands; Parish
  • Calvinism and Capitalism in the Netherlands, 1555-1700.
    Hyma, Albert (1938)
    Journal of Modern History 10: 321-343.

    Sees the Dutch case as contrary to Max Weber's Protestant Ethic thesis.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant Ethic; Netherlands; Historical
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