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  • Les “superstitions” à l’épreuve de la modernité : un retour en grâce ?
    Obadia, Lionel (2016)
    Social Compass 63:4: 497-512.

    The concept, "superstition," is still meaningful.

    Associated Search Terms: Superstition
  • The Effects of Religion, Superstition, and Perceived Gender Inequality on the Degree of Suicide Intent: A Study of Serious Attempters in China.
    Zhang, Jie, and Hui Lan Xu (2007)
    Omega: Journal of Death and Dying 55: 185-197.

    Associated Search Terms: China; Suicide; Superstition; Sexism
  • Half-Belief and the Paradox of Ritual Instrumental Activism: A Theory of Modern Superstition.
    Campbell, Colin B. (1996)
    British Journal of Sociology 47;1: 151-166.

    In a world that highlights instrumental action, superstition resolves the tension that develops when the rational response is inactivity & resignation.

    Associated Search Terms: Magic; Superstition
  • Towards a Sociological Understanding of Superstition.
    Jarvis, Peter (1980)
    Social Compass 27:2/3: 285-295.

    Associated Search Terms: Popular religion; Superstition
  • Responses to Religion. Studies in the Social Psychology of Religious Belief.
    Maranell, Gary M. (1974)
    Lawrence: University of Kansas Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Sex; Unitarian Universalist; Unitarian, U.S.A.; Clergy; Professor; Baptist, U.S.A.; Superstition scale; Community study
  • Superstition and Religion: The God of the Gaps.
    Abercrombie, Nicholas, John Baker, Sebastian Brett, and Jane Foster (1970)
    A Sociological Yearbook of Religion in Britain 3: 93-129.

    Analysis of 1968 interview data from Islington, focusing on the prevalence of superstition.

    Associated Search Terms: Superstition; Great Britain, London
  • Mito, superstición, hipótesis, ciencia.
    Bernard, Luther Lee (1949)
    Revista Mexicana de Sociologia 11:3: 385-408.

    Associated Search Terms: Science; Myth; Superstition
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