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  • Online crowdsourcing methods for identifying and studying religious groups as special populations.
    Springer, Victoria A., Peter J. Martini, and James T. Richardson (2016)
    In Sariya Cheruvallil-Contractor and Suha Shakkour (eds.) Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 27-37.

    Minority & controversial or stigmatized groups can be reached inconspicuously for research purposes on the internet. The MTurk tool provided by Amazon is particularly useful.

    Associated Search Terms: Stigma; Minority; Methods; Internet survey; Ethics
  • The Apostates. When Muslims Leave Islam.
    Cottee, Simon (2015)
    New York: Oxford University Press

    Associated Search Terms: Stigma; Disaffiliation; Islam; Apostate
  • Stigma management by Midwestern secularists.
    Garneau, Christopher (2015)
    In Paul A. Djupe (ed.) Religion and Political Tolerance in America. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, pp. 211-227.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Midwest; Stigma; Atheist, U.S.A.
  • Regulaciones a una devoción estigmatizada: culto a san la muerte en Buenos Aires.
    Fidanza, Juan Martin Lopez and María Cecília Galera (2014)
    Debates NER 25:1: 171-196.

    Regulation, especially by the media, of the stigmatized saint San Muerte in Buenos Aires.

    Associated Search Terms: Saints; Media; Regulation; Stigma; Argentina, Buenos Aires; Folk religion
  • African American religious participation.
    Taylor, Robert Joseph, Linda M. Chatters, and R. Khari Brown (2014)
    Review of Religious Research 56:4: 513-538.

    Analyzes 2001-03 interview data from African Americans. Women, older people, those married once, & residents of the South were more involved in religion. Stigmatized statuses--cohabiting respondents & those who served time in prison--were less involved in organized religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender; Practice; Criminology; United States, South; Marriage; Urban/rural; Women; Stigma; Age; African Americans; Religiosity
  • Les mosquées bosniaques face au double stigmate du "Yougo" et du musulman.
    Behloul, Samuel M. (2013)
    In Christophe Monnot (ed.) La Suisse des mosquées. Derrière la voile de l'unité musulman. Genève: Labor et Fides, pp. 77-95.

    Associated Search Terms: Bosnian Swiss; Islam, Switzerland; Minority; Stigma; Switzerland
  • Creating a godless community: The collective identity work of contemporary American atheists.
    Smith, Jesse M. (2013)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52:1: 80-99.

    Based on interviews & participant observation in 7 American atheist organizations.

    Associated Search Terms: Discourse; Identity; Participant observation; Activism; Atheist, U.S.A.; Stigma
  • Religion and AIDS in Africa.
    Trinitapoli, Jenny, and Alexander Weinreb. (2012)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Interview & other kinds of data from Malawi, seacondary analysis of data from other sub-Saharan nations. While "new mission Protestant" churches have a lower incidence of AIDS, the best predictor is religiosity, not affiliation; individual & especially village religiosity inversely predicts HIV+ for women, but is positively associated for men.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Africa; Healing; Sexual activity; Stigma; Sex; Religiosity; Network; Malawi; Health; Contextual effects; Christian, Africa; Africa; AIDS
  • Muslim women negotiating collective sigmatization: "We're just normal people."
    Ryan, Louise (2011)
    Sociology 45:6: 1045-1060.

    Based on interviews in Great Britain.

    Associated Search Terms: Dramaturgy; Great Britain; Islam, Great Britain; Stigma; Women
  • Inside and outcast: Multifaceted stigma and redemption in the lives of gay and lesbian Jehovah's Witnesses.
    Lalich, Janja, and Karla McLaren (2010)
    Journal of Homosexuality 57:10: 303-333.

    Associated Search Terms: Jehovah´s Witness; Stigma; Homosexuality
  • De l'affliction à la prédication: quand les souffrants parlent à la communauté.
    Monnot, Christophe (2009)
    Social Compass 56:2: 214-225.

    Examines 4 testimonies in a charismatic service; discourse about suffering & requests for prayers raise the status of the ill from stigmatized.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Participant observation; Stigma; Switzerland, Geneva; Pentecostal, Switzerland
  • Histoire d'une stigmatisation paradoxale, entre islam, colonisation et auto-étiquetage: les Baay Faal du Sénégal.
    Pezeril, Charlotte (2008)
    Cahiers d'études africaine 192:4: 791-814.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Senegal; Senegal; Stigma; Mouride, Senegal; Islam, Sufi, Baay Faal
  • Religious Affiliation and AIDS-based Discrimination in Sub-saharan Africa.
    Regnerus, Mark D., and Viviana Salinas (2007)
    Review of Religious Research 48:4: 389-401.

    1999-2003 survey data from 6 nations show ethnic identity rather than religious affiliations contributes to AIDS stigmatization.

    Associated Search Terms: Africa; Stigma; AIDS
  • Vocation and Vocational
    Giordan, Giuseppe (2007)
    In Giuseppe Giordan (ed.) Vocation and Social Context. Leiden: Brill, pp. 103-126.

    Based on interviews with former Italian priests.

    Associated Search Terms: Vocation; Stigma; Ex-priests; Ex-clergy
  • Hare Krishna Transformed.
    Rochford, E. Burke, Jr. (2007)
    New York: New York University Press.

    Follow-up study of ISKON: scandal, conflict over acceptance of family life, conflict over role of women, & influx of Indian immigrants.

    Associated Search Terms: Generations; Stigma; Education; Conflict; Migrant; Indian Americans; Accommodation; Family; Feminism; Child abuse; Women; Hare Krishna; Change
  • The voluntary adoption of Islamic stigma symbols.
    Göle, Nilüfer (2003)
    Social Research 70:3: 809-828.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam; Stigma
  • The Great Chain of Orientalism: Jewish Identity, Stigma Management, and Ethnic Exclusion in Israel.
    Khazzoom, Aziza (2003)
    American Sociological Review 68:4: 481-510.

    Stigmatized as "oriental," Jews migrated to Israel wanting to make it as western as possible. In the process they stigmatized Middle Eastern Jews & Palestinians.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Orientalism; Stratification; Jewish, Israel; Israel; Stigma
  • The Continuing Challenge of AIDS: Clergy Responses to Patients, Friends, and Families.
    Beckley, Robert E., and Jerome R. Koch (2002)
    Westport, Connecticut: Auburn House/Greenwood/Praeger.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Stigma; AIDS; Clergy
  • Education and Collective Identity: Public Schooling of Hare Krishna Youth.
    Rochford, E. Burke, Jr. (1999)
    In Susan Palmer and C. Hardman (eds.) Children in New Religions. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 29-50.

    The Hare Krishna schools were phased out in the early 1980s due to finances, & Hare Krishna children attended other schools. Questionnaire & open-ended interview data from high school students after the change; public but not private religiosity eroded.

    Associated Search Terms: Hare Krishna; Religiosity; Identity; Education; Stigma; Students, secondary; Socialization
  • Apostasy and the management of spoiled identity.
    Mauss, Armand L. (1998)
    In David G. Bromley (ed.) The Politics of Religious Apostasy. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, pp. 51-74.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Stigma; Disaffiliation; Apostate
  • Attacking the Attacker: Gay Christians Talk Back.
    Yip, Andrew K.T. (1997)
    British Journal of Sociology 48:1: 113-127.

    Based on accounts constructed by 60 gay male Christians; describes strategies of countering stigma.

    Associated Search Terms: Homosexuality; Stigma
  • El stigma del extraño. Un ensayo antropológico sobre sectas religiosas.
    Prat, Joan (1997)
    Barcelona: Ariel.

    Associated Search Terms: New religions; Stigma
  • Drei Typen charismatischer Herrschaft. Stigma und Charisma im frühen Christentum./Tre tipi di dominio charismatico. Stigma e carisma nel primo cristianesimo.
    Ebertz, Michael N. (1995)
    Annali di Sociologia./Soziologisches Jahrbuch 9 (1993-II): 263-308.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Charisma; Stigma
  • Stigma und Charisma im Neuen Testament und seiner Umwelt: Zur Soziologie des Urchristentums.
    Mödritzer, Helmut (1994)
    Freiburg: Universitätsverlag; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Stigma; Charisma
  • Seventh-Day Adventist Responses to Branch Davidian Notoriety: Patterns of Diversity Within a Sect Reducing Tension with Society.
    Lawson, Ronald (1993)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 34:3: 323-341.

    Examines alternative Seventh-day Adventist responses, including distantiation, toward the stigmatized relative, the Branch Davidian sect.

    Associated Search Terms: Seventh-day Adventist; Branch Davidian; Stigma; Waco
  • Le Stigmate du Mouvement Charismatique autour de Jésus de Nazareth.
    Ebertz, Michael N. (1992)
    Social Compass 39:2: 255-273.

    Examines the relationship of stigma & charisma in the Jesus movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Stigma; Charisma; Early Christian
  • Sacrifice and stigma: Reducing free-riding in cults, communes and other collectives.
    Iannaccone, Laurence R. (1992)
    Journal of Political Economy100:2: 271-291.

    Associated Search Terms: Strictness; Stigma; Freerider problem
  • "La Umbanda no es una religión de ignorantes y mediocres": La estigmatización de la religiones Afro-Brasileñas en Buenos Aires.
    Frigerio, Alejandro (1991)
    Revista de Antropologia (Buenos Aires) 10: 22-33.

    Associated Search Terms: Africanist, Argentina; Argentina, Buenos Aires; Umbanda, Argentina; Stigma
  • With the Banner of Oxalá: Social Construction and Maintenance of Reality in Afro-Brazilian Religions in Argentina.
    Frigerio, Alejandro (1989)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles. [DA 50:5 A, p. 1348]

    Based on 1985-87 participant observation in 4 Buenos Aires temples; sees Umbanda & Batuque as 2 stages of a syncretism. Observes their stigmatization.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Umbanda, Argentina; Syncretism; Stigma; Argentina, Buenos Aires; Batuque, Argentina
  • The Alcoholic Priest and Alcoholics Anonymous. A Study of Stigma and the Management of Spoiled Identity.
    Fappiano, Eugene Rydin (1983)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, New School for Social Research.

    Associated Search Terms: Alcohol; Alcoholics Anonymous; Stigma; Clergy
  • A morte branca do feitiçeiro negro. Umbanda: integração do uma religião numa sociedade de classes.
    Ortiz, Renato (1978)
    Petrópolis: Vozes.

    Argues that the emergence of a "white Umbanda" is a defense agaisnt the stigmatization of Afro-brazilian religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Stigma; Africanist, Brazil; Brazil; Umbanda; Stratification; Assimilation
  • Les "Jesus Freaks" et le retour à la respectabilité.
    Mauss, Armand L., and Donald W. Petersen (1974)
    Social Compass 21:3: 283-301.

    Studies the Jesus movement, 1971-73, during its process of routinization; it served as a way station to respectability for a cohort of stigmatized youth.

    Associated Search Terms: Jesus movement; Youth culture; Stigma
  • The Former Major Seminarian: A Study of Change in Status.
    Brooks, Robert M. (1960)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Notre Dame.

    Based on interviews with 200 northeast & Midwest U.S. Catholic lay men who had 4 years of theology, at least one in a seminary, 1938-57; finds temporary trauma & anomie upon role exit.

    Associated Search Terms: Stigma; Anomie; Catholic, U.S.A.; Ex-seminarians
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