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  • 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.
  • Perception et interprétation subjective des causes de la division religieuse. Une analyse des discordances ethno-religieuses des immigrants.
    Vrga, Djuro J. (1971)
    Social Compass 18:2: 247-261.

    Observes that in a predominantly immigrant minority group whose religion serves as the primary source of identity, the different subgroups may come to perceive the functions of their church differently.

    Associated Search Terms: Schism; Serbian Orthodox, U.S.A.; Migrant
  • Political Ideology and Religious Factionalism.
    Vrga, Djuro J., and Frank J. Fahey (1971)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 10:2: 111-113.

    The dissenting group in the 1963 schism of the Serbian Orthodox Church in the U.S. was largely Republican; the group sought more relief in the more manifest anti-communism of the Republicans than in the social ameliorative politics of the Democrats.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Illinois, Chicago; Migrant; Politics, U.S.A.; Serbian Orthodox, U.S.A.; Schism
  • The Anomic Character of a Schism. Differential Perception of Functions of the Serbian Orthodox Church by Two Feuding Factions.
    Fahey, Frank J., and Djuro J. Vrga (1971)
    Review of Religious Research 12:3: 177-185.

    The 1963 schism in the Serbian Orthodox Church in the U.S. was based partly on the anomie of post-World War II immigrants who experienced status degradation.

    Associated Search Terms: Anomie; Schism; Migrant; Status degradation; Serbian Orthodox, U.S.A.
  • Status Loss as a Source of Ethno-religious Factionalism.
    Vrga, Djuro J., and Frank J. Fahey (1971)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 10:2: 101-110.

    Strains & conflicts from lowered status after immigration contributed to the 1963 schism in the Serbian Orthodox Church in the U.S.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Serbian Orthodox, U.S.A.; Schism; United States, Illinois, Chicago; Mobility (vertical)
  • The Relationship of Religious Practices and Beliefs to Schism.
    Vrga, Djuro J., and Frank J. Fahey (1970)
    Sociological Analysis 31:1: 46-55.

    The 2 groups in the 1963 schism of the Serbian Orthodox Church in the U.S. did not differ in belief or practice but in recency of migration, educational attainment, status mobility in the U.S., & political party affiliation.

    Associated Search Terms: Serbian Orthodox, U.S.A.; Stratification; Schism; Migrant
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