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  • Veiled and Unveiled in Chechnya and Daghestan
    Kaliszewska, Iwona, and Maciej Falkowski (2016)
    London: Hurst & Company.

    Based on field work. Observes the alliance of traditional, syncretist clergy & the corrupt state against pious Muslims who are labeled terrorists; the state needs an internal enemy. Sometimes clergy impose sharia for order in chaotic times.

    Associated Search Terms: Chechnya; Syncretism; Persecution; Islam, Dagestan; Dagestan; Islam, Chechnya; Russia
  • Vulnerable post-Soviet secularities; Patterns and dynamics in Russia and beyond.
    Agadjanian, Alexander (2015)
    In Marian Burchardt, Monika Wohlrab-Sahr, and Matthias Middell (eds.) Multiple Secularities beyond the West: Religion and Modernity in the Global Age. Boston: De Gruyter, pp. 241-260.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia; Secular
  • The economy of the temples of God in the turmoil of changing Russia.
    Tocheva, Detelina (2014)
    European Journal of Sociology 55:1: 1-24.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Russia; Russia; Parish; Economic
  • Saint Peter's new churches: The indigenization of neocharismatic Christianity in St. Petersburg.
    Penttilä, Maija (2014)
    Nordic Journal of Religion & Society 27:1: 19-38.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia, St. Petersburg; Indigenization; Pentecostal, Russia
  • L'autorité religieuse en contexte post-soviétique. Regard sur le fonctionnement des paroisses russes orthodoxes.
    Rousselet, Kathy (2013)
    Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 162:2: 15-36.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia; Authority; Russian Orthodox, Russia; Parish
  • Reform and revival in Moscow Orthodox communities. Two types of religious modernity.
    Agadjanian, Alexander (2013)
    Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 162:2: 75-94.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Russia; Modernity; Russia, Moscow
  • Businessmen, priests and parishes. Religious individualization and privatization in Russia.
    Kölner, Tobias (2013)
    Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 162:2:37-57.

    Associated Search Terms: Business people; Clergy; Privatization; Russia
  • Religion and cvil society in Ukraine and Russia.
    Balakireva, Olga, and Iuliia Sereda (2013)
    In Joep de Hart, Paul Dekker, and Loek Halman (eds.) Religion and Civil Society in Europe. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 219-250.

    1999& 2008 European Values Study descriptive statistics on religion & religious organizations in Russia& Ukraine. Analyzes the data with religiosity as the dependent variable.

    Associated Search Terms: Civil society; Russia; Ukraine; Religiosity
  • Secularization or de-secularization? The challenges of and from the post-Soviet experience.
    Shterin, Marat (2012)
    In Detlef Pollack, Olaf Müller, and Gert Pickel (eds.) The Social Significance of Religion in the Enlarged Europe. Secularization, Individualization and Pluralization. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 143-166.

    Based on ethnographic studies in Russia & 2006 survey data.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia; Secularization
  • Ethnodoxy: How popular ideologies fuse religious and ethnic identities.
    Karpov, Vyacheslav, Elena Lisovskaya, and David Barry (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:4: 638-655.

    Defines ethnodoxy as the fusing of religious & ethnic ientties wich can occur at macro, meso, & micro leels. Develops a series of propositions about Orthodoxy & Russia that Russian respondents could endorse. Uses 2005 interview data from Russia as an illustration.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Ethnodoxy; Identity; Levels of inclusiveness; Russia; Russian Orthodox, Russia
  • The limits of secularization? The resurgence of Orthodoxy in post-Soviet Russia.
    Evans, Geoffrey, and Ksenia Northmore-Ball (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:4: 795-808.

    Uses 1993-2007 Russian survey data; Orthodox identification, attendance, & the association between religiosity & conservative morality increased over time.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Desecularization; Identification; Moral; Practice; Russia; Russian Orthodox, Russia
  • Orthodoxy, Islam, and the desecularization of Russia's state schools.
    Lisovskaya, Elena, and Vyacheslav Karpov (2010)
    Politics and Religion 3:2: 276-302.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Russia; Russian Orthodox, Russia; Islam, Russia; Desecularization
  • The Russian Orthodox Church in Contemporary Russia: Structural Problems and Contradictory Relations with the Government, 2000-2008.
    Mitrokhin, Niklolay (2009)
    Social Research 76:1: 289-320.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Russia; State
  • Religious intolerance among Orthodox Christians and Muslims in Russia.
    Karpov, Vyacheslav, and Elena Lisovskaya (2008)
    Religion, State and Society 36:4: 361-377.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia; Russian Orthodox, Russia; Tolerance; Islam, Russia
  • On the Shifting Nature of Religion during the Ongoing post-Communist Transformation in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.
    Titarenko, Larissa (2008)
    Social Compass 55:2: 237-254.

    Comments & presentation of data in response to an article by Irena Borowik.

    Associated Search Terms: Belarus; Ukraine; Russia; Change
  • The Landscape of Interfaith Intolerance in Post-Atheist Russia.
    Karpov, Vyacheslav, and Elena Lisovskaya (2007)
    Nationalities Papers 35:5: 881-894.

    Associated Search Terms: Tolerance; Russia
  • L'Amérique du Nord a-t-elle franchi le mur de Berlin? Esquisses d'analyse comparative de la religion en Amérique du Nord et en Europe de l'Est.
    Talin, Kristoff (2007)
    In Martin Geoffroy, Jean-Guy Vaillancourt, and Michel Gardaz (eds.) La mondialisation du phénomène religieux. Montréal: Mediaspaul, pp. 41-64.

    Based on 1998 International Social Survey Program data. Eastern European nations remain religiously different from the West, to which they are not exposed.

    Associated Search Terms: Estonia; Age; Belief; Bulgaria; Canada; Czech Republic; Europe, eastern; Germany, East; Globalization; Lithuania; Hungary; Slovenia; Slovakia; Sex; Russia; Practice; Comparative; Poland; United States; Latvia
  • Orthodoxy, Islam, and religious tolerance in Russia.
    Karpov, Vyacheslav, and Elena Lisovskaya (2006)
    In Edmund Chia and James W Heisig (eds.) A Longing for Peace: The Challenge of a Multicultural, Multireligious wrold. Bilbao: Asociacion Haretxa, pp. 220-233.

    Associated Search Terms: Tolerance; Islam, Russia; Pluralism; Russia; Russian Orthodox, Russia
  • The Search for Privacy and the Return of a Grand Narrative: Religion in a Post-communist Society.
    Agadjanian, Alexander (2006)
    Social Compass 53:2: 169-184.

    Uses a trial in Moscow arising from a conflict over an art exhibit as a point of departure.

    Associated Search Terms: Art; Privatization; Discourse; Russia
  • Religion in public space: A theoretical perspective and comparison of Russia, Japan, and the United States.
    Richardson, James T. (2006)
    Religion, Staat, Gesellschaft 7: 45-61/

    Associated Search Terms: State; Comparative; United States; Russia; Japan; Law
  • Ivan et Iakov--deux saints étranges de la région des marais (Novgorod).
    Pancenko, Aleksandr A. (2005)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 130: 55-79.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia, Novgorod; Saints
  • Faith in the Heart of Russia: The Religiosity of Post-Soviet University Students.
    Turunen, Maija (2005)
    Helsinki: Kikimora Publications

    Based on 2001 and 2002 survey and interview data from state universities in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Saratov, and Novosibirsk. Relates syncretism & Individualism to the fragmented nature of the survival of religion in Russia.

    Associated Search Terms: Syncretism; Students, undergraduate; Russia; Individualism
  • Patterns of religious change in post-Soviet Russia: Major trends from 1998 to 2003.
    Krindatch, Alexei (2004)
    Religion, State, and Society 32:2: 115-136.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia
  • A Religious Revival in Europe?
    Greeley, Andrew M. (2004)
    In Alasdair Crockett and Richard O'Leary (eds.) Patterns and Processes of Religious Change in Modern Industrial Societies. Europe and the United States. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 165-189.

    Based on 1991 & '98 survey data, with a focus on Russia.

    Associated Search Terms: Europe; Russia
  • Legal Regulation of Religions in Russia. New Developments.
    Richardson, James T., Galina A. Krylova, and Marat S. Shterin (2004)
    In James T. Richardson (ed.), Regulating Religion. Case Studies from Around the Globe. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum, pp. 247-257.

    Associated Search Terms: Hare Krishna, Russia; Unification Church, Russia; Society of Jesus; Scientology, Russia; Catholic, Russia; Russia; Law; Jehovah´s Witness, Russia
  • The peculiar pattern of mortality of Jews in Moscow, 1993-1995.
    Shkolnikov, Vladimir M., Evgueni M. Andreev, Jon Anson, and France Meslé (2004)
    Popultion Studies 58:3: 311-329.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia, Moscow; Jewish, Russia; Mortality; Demography
  • Des changements dans l'évolution religieuse de l'Europe et de la Russie.
    Lambert, Yves (2004)
    Revue française de sociologie 45:2: 307-338.

    Associated Search Terms: Europe; Change; Russia
  • The state of freedom in Russia: A regional analysis of freedom of religion, media and market.
    Marsh, Christopher, and Paul Froese (2004)
    Religion, State, and Society 32:2: 137-149.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia; Freedom of religion
  • Gender Attitudes towards Religion in Six post-Soviet States.
    Titarenko, Larissa (2004)
    In Wil Arts and Loek Halman (eds.) European Values at the Turn of the Millennium. European Values Studies 7. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, pp. 363-385.

    Based on 1999-2000 European Values Study data for 6 post-Soviet nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Belarus; Age; Sex; Estonia; Ukraine; Intrinsic/extrinsic; Lithuania; Russia; Latvia; Salience; Practice
  • The Hidden Sphere of Religious Searches in the Soviet Union: Independent Religious Communities in Leningrad from the 1960s to the 1970s.
    Tchepournaya, Olga (2003)
    Sociology of Religion 64:3: 377-387.

    Focuses on the religious quests of intellectuals in Leningrad (St. Petersburg) during the Soviet era.

    Associated Search Terms: Soviet Union, Leningrad; Russian Orthodox; Russia, St. Petersburg; Persecution
  • Between Orthodoxy and Eclecticism: On the Religious Transformations of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.
    Borowik, Irena (2002)
    Social Compass 49:4: 497-508.

    Provides an overview.

    Associated Search Terms: Orthodox, eastern, Bylorus; Ukrainian Orthodox, Ukraine; Bylorus; Ukraine; Russia; Russian Orthodox, Russia
  • Public Religion and the Quest for National Ideology: Russia's Media Discourse.
    Agadjanian, Alexander (2001)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 40:3: 351-365.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia; Media; Nationalism; Russian Orthodox, Russia
  • Transnational Religions: The Roman Catholic Church in Brazil & the Orthodox Church in Russia.
    DellaCava, Ralph (2001)
    Sociology of Religion 62:4: 535-550.

    Associated Search Terms: Transnational; Catholic, Brazil; Russian Orthodox, Russia; Russia; Brazil
  • Religiosity in Russia in the 1990s.
    Kääriäinen, Kimmo, and Dmitrii E. Furman (2000)
    In Matti Kotiranta (ed.) Religious Transition in Russia. Helsinki: Kikimora Publications, pp. 28-76.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia
  • Protestantism in post-Soviet Russia: An unacknowledged triumph.
    Filatov, Sergei (2000)
    Religion, State & Society 28:1: 93-103.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Russia; Russia
  • Orthodoxy and Political Behavior in post-Communist Russia.
    White, Stephen, and Ian McAllister (2000)
    Review of Religious Research 41:3: 359-372.

    Examines 1993-96 Russian surveys; notes the lack of a relationship between religious & political participation.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia; Politics, Russia; Practice; Social participation
  • Religious Minorities During Russia's Transition from Atheism to Secularism.
    Agadjanian, Alexander (2000)
    Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion 11: 65-79.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; Minority; Russia
  • New religions in the new Russia.
    Shterin, Marat (2000)
    Nova Religio 4:2: 310-321.

    Associated Search Terms: New religions; Russia
  • After Atheism: Religion and Ethnicity in Russia and Central Asia.
    Lewis, David C. (2000)
    New York: St. Martin's Press.

    Ethnographic examinations of post-Soviet religions in Russia & neighboring states.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Mongolia; Russia; Participant observation
  • Effects of the Western Anti-cult Movement on Development of Laws Concerning Religion in Post-Communsit Russia.
    Shterin, Marat, and James T. Richardson (2000)
    Journal of Church and State 42: 247-272.

    Associated Search Terms: Law; Russia; Anti-cult movement
  • Religiousness in Russia after the Collapse of Communism.
    Kääriäinen, Kimmo (1999)
    Social Compass 46:1: 35-46.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia
  • Alternative Creeds among Russian Youth.
    Chernysh, Mikhail F. (1999)
    In Luigi Tomasi (ed.) Alternative Religions among European Youth. Aldeshot, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 147-156.

    Associated Search Terms: UFO cult; Youth; Russian Orthodox, Russia; Astrology; New religions; Russia
  • Religiosità in Russia (1989-1997).
    Bettini, Romano (1998)
    Religioni e società 30: 78-89.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia
  • Reviving Orthodoxy in Russia. An Overview of the Factions in the Russian Orthodox Church in the Spring of 1996.
    DellaCava, Ralph (1998)
    Cahiers du monde russe 38:3: 387-414.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Russia; Russia
  • Religion and Moral Values in Russia: Transition to the Post-Communsit Era.
    Carnes, Tony, and Samuel Kliger (1998)
    In Anson Shupe and Bronislaw Misztal (eds.), Religion, Mobilization, and Social Action. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, pp. 128-159.

    Russians are searching for authorities to repattern, behind, & resacralize life into a coherent, meaningful whole. Reports 1990s survey data, mostly from Moscow & Dalnegorsk.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia, Moscow; Meaning; Russia, Dalnegorsk
  • Russian Religious Rejections of Money and Homo Economicus: The Self-Identifications of the "Pioneers of a Money Economy" in Post-Soviet Russia.
    Dinello, Ntalia P. (1998)
    Sociology of Religion 59:1: 45-64.

    Based on interviews with Russian bankers; economic ideas deviate from those of the Russian Orthodox tradition.

    Associated Search Terms: Bankers; Economic; Russia; Russian Orthodox, Russia
  • Inter-Ethnic Conflict in the Republics of Russia in Light of Religious Revival.
    Lehmann, Susan Goodrich (1998)
    Post-Soviet Geography and Economics 39:8: 461-493.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia; Conflict; Ethnic
  • Islam and Ethnicity in the Republics of Russia.
    Lehmann, Susan Goodrich (1997)
    Post-Soviet Affairs 13:1: 78-103.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Islam, Russia; Russia
  • The Changing Pattern of Religious Belief: Perestroika and Beyond.
    Vorontsova, Ludmila, and Sergei Filatov (1994)
    Religion, State and Society 22:1: 89-96.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia
  • Religion and Politics in post-Communist Russia.
    White, Stephen, Ian McAllister, and Olga Kryshtanovskaya (1994)
    Religion, State, and Society 22: 73-88.

    Associated Search Terms: Russia; Politics, Russia
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