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  • A laicidade e o “jeitinho brasileiro”: formas diversificadas e improvisadas de regulação do religioso em ambientes laicos e públicos: o caso de escolas municipais de Juiz de Fora/ MG / Secularism and the ‘Brazilian way.’
    Camurça, Marcelo, and Sueli Martins (2014)
    Numen: Revista de estudos e pesquisa da religião 17:1: 141-170.

    Takes a multidimensional approach to secularization in the public schools of a town in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

    Associated Search Terms: Secularization; Regulation; Education; Brazil, Minas Gerais, Juiz de Fora
  • Regulaciones a una devoción estigmatizada: culto a san la muerte en Buenos Aires.
    Fidanza, Juan Martin Lopez and María Cecília Galera (2014)
    Debates NER 25:1: 171-196.

    Regulation, especially by the media, of the stigmatized saint San Muerte in Buenos Aires.

    Associated Search Terms: Saints; Media; Regulation; Stigma; Argentina, Buenos Aires; Folk religion
  • Religion in China. Survival and Revival under Communist Rule.
    Yang, Fenggang (2012)
    New York: Oxford University Press

    Brings together previously published essays by the author on religion in Communist China.

    Associated Search Terms: Definition of religion; Market model; Marxism; Atheist, China; Oligopoly; Persecution; Regulation; China
  • Sri Lanka's Informal Religious Economy: Evangelical Competitiveness and Buddhist Hegemony in Perspective.
    Woods, Orlando (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:2: 203-219.

    Based on 2010-11 interviews in Sri Lanka; develops a model of "relational competitiveness," wherein Christian Evangelicals recruit members in an "informal economy," i.e. one that leaves no public trace. The model is proposed for unofficial near-monopoly situations.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; Market model; Sri Lanka; Evangelical, Sri Lanka; Competition; Secrecy; Regulation
  • How the French state justifies controlling Muslim bodies: From harm-based to values-based reasoning.
    Bowen, John R. (2011)
    Social Research 78:2: 325-348.

    Associated Search Terms: France; Islam, France; Regulation; State
  • The Price of Freedom Denied: Religious Persecution and Conflict in the Twenty-first Century.
    Grim, Brian J., and Roger Finke (2011)
    New York: Cambridge University Press.

    International data suggest limitations on religion lead to conflict.

    Associated Search Terms: Conflict; Regulation; Pluralism; Persecution; Freedom of religion
  • Religion dans l’espace public et regulation politique: le parcours de la notion de laïcité dans le discours étatique québécois.
    Mancilla, Alma (2011)
    Recherches sociographiques 52:3: 789-810.

    Associated Search Terms: Public religion; State; Regulation; Laïcité; Canada, Quebec
  • Religion in China under Communism: A Shortage Economy Explanation.
    Yang, Fenggang (2010)
    Journal of Church and State 52:1: 3-33.

    Associated Search Terms: China; State; Regulation
  • Pentecostalism's growth in religiously restricted environments.
    Grim, Brian J. (2009)
    Society 46:6: 484-495.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal; Regulation
  • Religious Attendance in Cross-national Perspective: A Multilevel Analysis of 60 Countries.
    Ruiter, Stijn, and Frank van Tubergen (2009)
    American Journal of Sociology 115:3: 863-895.

    Religious regulation diminishes attendance; education has a minor effect. Personal & societal insecurity, & socialization have major impacts on national attendance rates.

    Associated Search Terms: Socialization; Practice; Insecurity; Education; Regulation
  • International Religion Indexes: Government Regulation, Government Favoritism, and Social Regulation of Religion.
    Grim, Brian J., and Roger Finke (2006)
    Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion 2:1-40.

    Discusses the creation of international indices of government relation to religion. Free access at http://www.religjournal.com

    Associated Search Terms: Regulation
  • Religious Regulation and the Courts: Documenting the Effects of Smith and RFRA.
    Adamczyk, Amy, John Wybraniec, and Roger Finke (2004)
    Journal of Church and State 46: 237-262.

    Associated Search Terms: Regulation
  • Entre pluralisation et régulation du champ religieux: premeirs pas vers une approache en termes de médiations pour la Suisse.
    Becci, Irene (2001)
    Social Compass 48:1: 21-36.

    Finds pluralism & individualism insufficient for explaining Swiss religious phenomena. Suggests regulation & mediating structures. Notes 4 kinds of regulation theory: secularization, state domination, market theory, theories of the regulation by beliefs.

    Associated Search Terms: Regulation; Market model; Education; Switzerland; Secularization; State; Mediation
  • Deregulating Religion: The Economics of Church and State.
    Iannaccone, Laurence R., Roger Finke, and Rodney Stark (1997)
    Economic Inquiry 35: 350-364

    Reprinted as “Vincoli di mercato e vivacita religiosa." Incheista (2002) 3 (aprile-giugo):88-97. Translation by Pamela Gallio.

    Associated Search Terms: Regulation; Rational choice theory
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