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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • The Jews of Moscow, Kiev, and Minsk: Identity, Antisemitism, Emigration.
    Brym, Robert Joseph, and Rozalina Ryvkina (1994)
    New York: New York University Press.

    Discusses demographic characteristics & cultural identity of the 3 largest Jewish communities in the former Soviet Union; considers perceptions of anti-Semitism & predicts future emigration trends.

    Associated Search Terms: Bylorus, Minsk; Ukraine, Kiev; Russia, Moscow; Demography; Anti-Semitism; Jewish, Russia; Jewish, Ukraine; Migration; Jewish, Bylorus
  • Les cultes orientaux et la nouvelle religiosité en Russie.
    Agadjanian, Alexander (1993)
    Revue d'études comparatives Est-Ouest 23:3/4: 155-171.

    Based on 1992-93 participant observation & interview data in South & East Asian new religious centers; describes characteristics & views of the adepts.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; New religions; Russia, Moscow
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