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  • Reconsidering Heathenry: The Construction of an Ethnic Folkway as Religio-ethnic Identity.
    Snook, Jennifer S. (2013)
    Nova Religio 16:3: 52-76.

    Based on 2002-05 participant observation in Heathenry gatherings in a Rockey Mountain city. Not all Heathens took race or ancestry into account in their collectivity identity, but many did.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Heathenry; Participant observation; Race; Racism
  • Show me your papers! Obama's birth and the whiteness of belonging.
    Hughey, Matthew W. (2012)
    Qualitative Sociology 35:2:163-181.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, U.S.A.; Racism
  • Practicing what they preach? Lynching and religion in the American South, 1890-1929.
    Bailey, Amy Kate, and Karen A. Snedker (2011)
    American Journal of Sociology 117:3: 844-887.

    Associated Search Terms: Racism; United States, South; Violence
  • Blótgemeinschaften: Eine Religionsethnografie des “germanischen Neuheidentums.”
    Gründer, René (2010)
    Würzbug: Ergon Verlag

    Based on interviews & participant observation, highlights the diversity in German neopaganism, including racists universalists.

    Associated Search Terms: Germany; Neopagan, Germany; Participant observation; Racism
  • Le Cogithéanum, un Groupe Religieux Raciste et Extrémiste, et Néanmoins non Violent.
    Damiani, Carole, and Jean-Guy Vaillancourt (2009)
    In Martin Geoffroy and Jean-Guy Vaillancourt (eds.) La religion à l'extrême. Montréal: Médiaspaul, pp. 241-261.

    Based on observation & on interviews with the founder of the Cogithéanum.

    Associated Search Terms: Cogithéanum; Racism; Occult; Canada, Quebec
  • Balm in Gilead: Racism, Religious Involvement, and Psychological Distress among African-American Adults.
    Ellison, Christopher G., Marc A. Musick, and Andrea K. Henderson (2008)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47:2: 291-309.

    Based on panel survey data from African American adults; religion offsets the distress caused by discrimination.

    Associated Search Terms: Distress; African Americans; Panel study; Racism
  • Who will volunteer? Religiosity, everyday racism, and social participation among African American men.
    Mattis, Jacqueline S.; William Pierce Beckham, Benjamin A. Saunders, Jarvis E. Williams, D'Yal McAllister, Valerie Myers, Damon Knight, Donald Rencher, Charles Dixon (2004)
    Journal of Adult Development 11:4: 261-272.

    Associated Search Terms: African Americans; Volunteering; Racism; Social participation
  • Soft-boiled Masculinity: Renegotiating Gender and Racial Ideologies in the Promise Keepers Movement.
    Heath, Melanie (2003)
    Gender & Society 17: 423-444.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender; Promise Keepers; Racism
  • The Role of Religion in the Collective Identity of the White Racialist Movement.
    Dobratz, Betty A. (2001)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 40:2: 287-301.

    Based on a literature review of the white racialist movement & interviews; religion provides an identity to the white racialist movement, but belief differences divide it as well.

    Associated Search Terms: Prejudice; Social movement; Racism; Identity
  • Promise Keepers and Racism: Frame Resonance as an Indicator of Organizational Vitality.
    Allen, II, L. Dean (2000)
    Sociology of Religion 61:1: 55-72.

    Based on participant observation, review of movement literature, & internet interviews; movement participants view racism as a spiritual problem that can be addressed by inter-racial relationships among men.

    Associated Search Terms: Promise Keepers; Racism; Prejudice; Participant observation
  • Images of God and their Social Meanings.
    Piazza, Thomas, and Charles Y. Glock (1979)
    In Robert Wuthnow (ed.) The Religious Dimension: New Directions in Quantitative Research. New York: Academic Press, pp. 69-92.

    Analyzes 1973 questionnaire data from San Francisco area adults; distinguishes belief in a God who affects personal life from one that ordains social life; the latter correlates with conservative & racist politics & anti-feminism.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; United States, California, San Francisco Bay Area; Politics, U.S.A.; Conservative, U.S.A.; God, image of; Racism
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