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  • Measuring five dimensions of religiosity across adolescence.
    Pearce, Lisa D., George M. Hayward, and Jessica A. Pearlman (2017)
    Review of Religious Research 59:3: 367-393.

    Uses 2002 & '03 National Study of Youth and Religion (telephone survey data, U.S.A.) data to construct & validate a model.

    Associated Search Terms: Methods; Salience; Survey; Privatism; Practice; Dimensions of religiosity; Belief; Adolescence; Exclusivism; Adolescents
  • Non-organizational religious participation, subjective religiosity, and spirituality among older African Aemrican and black Caribbeans.
    Taylor, Robert Joseph, Linda M. Chatters, and Sean Joe. (2011)
    Journal of Religion and Health 50:3: 623-645.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity, private; Gerontology; African Americans; Caribbean Americans
  • Collective Rituals or Private Practice in Texas? Assessing the Impact of Religious Factor on Mental Health.
    Acevedo, Gabriel A. (2010)
    Review of Religious Research 52:2: 188-206.

    Analyzes 2004 Texas survey data; collective religious activity predicts favorabe mental health measures, indivdualistic unfavorable.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Texas; Religiosity, collective; Religiosity; Mental health; Religiosity, private
  • Public and Private Domains of Religiosity and Adolescent Smoking Transitions.
    Nonnemaker, James M., Clea A. McNeeley, and Robert William Blum (2006)
    Social Science & Medicine 62:12: 3084-3095.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Religiosity, collective; Religiosity, private; Tobacco; Adolescents
  • Säkularisierung--ein moderner Mythos? Studien zum religiösen Wandel in Deutschland.
    Pollack, Detlef (2003)
    Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck).

    A collection of essays & studies, most previously published as slightly different versions.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Germany; Disenchantment; Dimensions of religiosity; Differentiation; Definition of religion; State; Literature; Proselytizing; Germany; Privatization; Germany, East; Politics, Germany; Individualism; Lutheran, Germany; Luhmann, Niklas; Luckmann, Thomas; Functionalism; Secularization
  • Does Public and Private Religiosity Have a Moderating Effect on Depression? A Bi-racial Study of Elders in the American South.
    Husaini, Baqar A., Anthony J. Blasi, and Oscar Miller (1999)
    International Journal of Aging and Development 48:1: 63-72.

    Associated Search Terms: Mental health; Religiosity, collective; Religiosity, private; Gerontology; African Americans; United States, Tennessee, Nashville
  • Volksreligion und Herrschafts-kirche. Die Werzeln religiösen Verhaltens in westlichen Gesellschaften.
    Höllinger, Franz (1996)
    Opladen: Leski + Budrich.

    Presents comparative data from western European nations & the U.S. on religious identification, practice, prayer, belief in God, belief in magic & astrology. Focuses especially on Germany, Netherlands, & Ireland.

    Associated Search Terms: Disenchantment; Ireland; Netherlands; Germany; Astrology; Magic; Religiosity; Privatization; Comparative; Secularization; Change; Definition of religion
  • Community and Commitment. Religious Plausibility in a Liberal Protestant Church.
    Roof, Wade Clark (1978)
    New York: Elsevier.

    Analyzes 1968 questionnaire data from a sample of North Carolina Episcopal Diocese lay members.

    Associated Search Terms: Secularization; United States, North Carolina; Plausibility; Privatization; Local/cosmopolitan; Episcopal; Dimensions of religiosity
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