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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Transnational Politics and Settlement Practices in Rome.
    Solari, Cinzia (2006)
    American Behavioral Scientist 49:11: 1528-1553.

    Associated Search Terms: Ukrainian Catholic, Italy; Politics; Migrant; Comparative; Transnational; Russian Orthodox, Italy; Italy, Rome
  • Globalization and Identity Discourse in Russian Orthodoxy.
    Agadjanian, Alexander, and K. Rousselet (2005)
    In V. Roudometof, Alexander Agadjanian, and Jerry Pankhurst (eds.) Eastern Orthodoxy in a Global Age. Walnut Creek, California: AltaMira.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox; Discourse; Globalization
  • Breakthrough to Modernity. Apologia for Traditionalism: The Russian Orthodox View of Society and Culture in Comparative Perspective.
    Agadjanian, Alexander (2003)
    Religion, State and Society 4: 327-346.

    Associated Search Terms: Modernization; Russian Orthodox; Traditionalism; Comparative
  • 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
  • Orthodox (Eastern Christian) Churches in the United States at the Beginning of a New Millennium: Questions of Nature, Identity, and Mission.
    Krindatch, Alexei D. (2002)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41:3: 533-563.

    Membership, parish, & monastery data, description & governance; tabular summaries of American histories of the churches. Bibliographic sources.

    Associated Search Terms: Antiochian Orthodox Christian, U.S.A.; Orthodox Church in America; Ukrainian Orthodox, U.S.A.; Orthodox, eastern, U.S.A.; Greek Orthodox, U.S.A.; Serbian Orthodox, U.S.A.; American Carpatho Russian Greek Catholic; Romanian Orthodox, U.S.A.
  • Orthodox (Eastern Christian) Churches in the United States at the Beginning of a New Millennium: Questions of Nature, Identity, and Mission.
    Krindatch, Alexei D. (2002)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41:3: 533-563.

    Membership, parish, & monastery data, description & governance; tabular summaries of American histories of the churches. Bibliographic sources.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, U.S.A.; Bulgarian Orthodox, U.S.A.; Macedonian Orthodox, U.S.A.; Albanian Orthodox, U.S.A.; True Orthodox Christian Church of Greece, U.S.A.; Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East, U.S.A.; Armenian Apostolic Church
  • 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
  • Belarus on the Cusp of Change: The Relationship between Religion and Family in a Newly Open Religious Market.
    Vardomatskii, Andrei, and Jerry G. Pankhurst (2000)
    In Sharon K. Houseknecht and Jerry G. Pankhurst (eds.) Family, Religion, and Social Change in Diverse Societies. New York: Oxford University Press pp. 149-174.

    Overview from the late Soviet period into the early independence period. Uses 1990 World Values Survey data, Belarus subsample.

    Associated Search Terms: Family; Russian Orthodox, Belarus; Catholic, eastern rite, Belarus; Belarus; Change; Soviet Union, Belarus
  • 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
  • Cristiani d'Oriente in Piemonte.
    Berzano, Luigi, and Andrea Cassinasco (1999)
    Torino: L'Harmattan Italia.

    History & description of Orthodox and other eastern Christian churches in the Piedmont, Italy.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Italy; Romanian Orthodox, Italy; Coptic; Ecumenism; Icon; Migrant; Orthodox, eastern, Italy; Old Believers, Italy; Lebanese Italians; Greek Italians; Egyptian Italians; Arab Italians; Italy, Piedmont; Romani; Media; Monasticism; Albanian Catholic, Italy; Albanian Italians
  • 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
  • A propos de la piété domestique. L'exemple de la communauté orthodoxe d'origine russe dans la région parisienne.
    Schweitz, Arlette (1998)
    Ethnologie française 28;3: 406-413.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian French; Migrant; France, Paris; Russian Orthodox, France
  • 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
  • On Paradoxes of the Post-Communist Russian Orthodox Church.
    Filatov, Sergei (1994)
    In Roberto Cipriani (ed.),"Religions sans Frontières?" Present and Future Trends of Migration, Culture, and Communictio. Roma: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca della Stato, pp. 117-125.

    Analyzes 1990-92 survey data; the Russian Orthodox Church has not engaged the emergent religiosity of the population.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Russia; Russia
  • Anomie, Recherche Identitaire et Religion en Russie.
    Rousselet, Kathy (1994)
    Social Compass 41:1: 137-150.

    Sees Russian Orthodoxy caught up in the anomic condition of post-Soviet Russia.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Anomie; Russian Orthodox, Russia; Russia
  • Écologie et Religion en Russia: Crainte de la Fin des Temps et Profusion Utopique.
    Rousselet, Kathy (1994)
    Cahiers internationaux de sociologie 96: 145-163.

    Religion has begun to take the form of environmentalist ethics in Russia.

    Associated Search Terms: Utopian; Russian Orthodox, Russia; Environmentalism; Russia
  • Le chiese nell'Unione Sovietica.
    Hampel, Adolf (1990)
    Aggiornamenti sociali 41:3: 253-264.

    Basic data on the denominations in the former Soviet Union.

    Associated Search Terms: Armenian Apostolic Church; Catholic, Soviet Union; Russian Orthodox; Soviet Union; Georgian Orthodox
  • The Economic Ethics of Russian Orthodox Christianity: Part I.
    Buss, Andréas (1989)
    International Sociology :3: 235-258.

    Russian Orthodoxy encouraged indifference toward the world & hence encouraged no power independent of the state.

    Associated Search Terms: State; Russian Orthodox, Russia; Russia; Economic
  • Church-state Relations in Russia and Nicaragua: Early Revolutionary Years.
    Greil, Arthur L., and David Kowalewski (1987)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 26:1: 92-104.

    Associated Search Terms: State; Russian Orthodox; Catholic, Nicaragua; Soviet Union; Nicaragua; Revolution
  • The Orthodox and the Baptists in the USSR: Resources for the Survival of Ideologically Defined Deviance.
    Pankhurst, Jerry G. (1978)
    Unpublshed Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan.

    Associated Search Terms: Soviet Union; Russian Orthodox, Soviet Union; Persecution; Baptist, Soviet Union
  • Russian Piety among Contemporary Russian Orthodox.
    Lane, Christel O. (1975)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 14:2: 139-158.

    Of the several elements of religiosity, practice seems central to contemporary Russian Orthodoxy.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; Soviet Union; Russian Orthodox, Soviet Union
  • The Decline of Russian Religious Power. Church-state Relations, 1439-1503.
    Omark, Richard (1974)
    Social Compass 21:2: 207-214.

    From the initiation of autocephaly & after, the Russian Orthodox Church lost power both because of internal problems & expansion of the secular state.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Russia; State; Russia
  • The Russian Orthodox Church under Nazi Occupation, 1941-1944.
    Fireside, Harry (1974)
    American Behavioral Scientist 17:6: 884-908.

    Notes a grass-roots religious revival during the German occupation on the eastern front, which the Germans attempted to use for their own purposes; participants seemed to want a third way--neither Soviet nor Nazi.

    Associated Search Terms: Soviet Union; Russian Orthodox, Russia
  • Les superstitions, mystification des relations quotidiennes.
    Tazhurizina, Z.A. (1974)
    Social Compass 21:2: 153-169.

    Based on field work in the Soviet Union; notes Orthodoxy, Baptism, & official atheism all oppose superstition even while present among church members & government officials.

    Associated Search Terms: Magic; Baptist, Soviet Union; Everyday life; Russian Orthodox, Soviet Union; Atheist, Soviet Union; Soviet Union
  • Icon and Swastika: The Russian Orthodox Church under Nazi and Soviet Control.
    Fireside, Harry (1971)
    Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Russia; Soviet Union
  • The Russian Orthodox Church Underground, 1917-70.
    Fletcher, William C. (1971)
    London: Oxford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Soviet Union; Soviet Union
  • Underground Orthodoxy. A Problem in Political Control.
    Fletcher, William C. (1970)
    Canadian Slavonic Papers 12:4: 363-394.

    Associated Search Terms: Soviet Union; Russian Orthodox, Soviet Union
  • Orthodoxy and the Younger Generation in the U.S.S.R.
    Konstantinov, D. (1969)
    The World Yearbook of Religion 1: 871-885.

    Associated Search Terms: Generations; Soviet Union; Russian Orthodox, Soviet Union
  • Russian Religious Structures. A Study in Persistent Church Subservience.
    Murvar, Vetro (1968)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 7:1: 1-22.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Soviet Union; Soviet Union; Politics, Soviet Union
  • Causes of the Vitality of the Ceremony of Baptism Under Modern Conditions.
    Aptekman, D.M. (1965)
    Soviet Sociology 4:2: 10-16.

    Unsystematic presentation of 1963 background data on Leningrad parents who had their children baptized.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox; Baptism; Soviet Union, Leningrad
  • Religious Developments in the Soviet Union.
    Melish, William Howard (1944)
    American Sociological Review 9:2: 279-286.

    Reviews the confiscation of church property by the Soviet state & later permission to use it for religious purposes, as an accommodation of the Communists to the Russian Orthodox Church.

    Associated Search Terms: Russian Orthodox, Soviet Union; Soviet Union
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