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  • Religion and Power. No Logos without Mythos.
    Martin, David (2014)
    Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate.

    A collection of essays, having power & religion as a theme. Criticizes the privatization & rationalization versions of the secularization thesis. Focus on differentiation &the relationship of religion to power. Presupposes a functionalist definition of religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Ukraine; Violence; Symbol; Spain; Secularization; Secularism; Rationalization; Privatization; Power; Politics; Poland; Definition of religion; Voluntarism; Charisma; Peace/war; Comparative; Differentiation; Great Britain; Great Britain, London; Identity, national; Individualism; Lithuania; Nationalism; Axial age
  • Religion and cvil society in Ukraine and Russia.
    Balakireva, Olga, and Iuliia Sereda (2013)
    In Joep de Hart, Paul Dekker, and Loek Halman (eds.) Religion and Civil Society in Europe. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 219-250.

    1999& 2008 European Values Study descriptive statistics on religion & religious organizations in Russia& Ukraine. Analyzes the data with religiosity as the dependent variable.

    Associated Search Terms: Civil society; Russia; Ukraine; Religiosity
  • Does religion suppress, socialize, soothe, or support? Exploring religiosity's influence on crime.
    Brauer, Jonathan R., Charles R. Tittle, and Olena Antonaccio (2013)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52:4: 753-774.

    Based on 2008-09 interview data from Dhaka, Bangladesh & Lviv, Ukraine. Religiosity was inversely related to involvement in crime in both settings, the largely Muslim one in Dhaka & the generally Christian one in Lviv.

    Associated Search Terms: Ukraine, Lviv; Criminology; Religiosity; Islam, Bangladesh; Bangladesh, Dhaka
  • On the Shifting Nature of Religion during the Ongoing post-Communist Transformation in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.
    Titarenko, Larissa (2008)
    Social Compass 55:2: 237-254.

    Comments & presentation of data in response to an article by Irena Borowik.

    Associated Search Terms: Belarus; Ukraine; Russia; Change
  • Les bienfaits pédagogiques de la religiosité parmi les élèves hongrois de trois pays.
    Pusztai, Gabriella (2008)
    Social Compass 55:4: 497-516.

    Denominational schools of underprivileged groups equalize social capital among the students. Analyzes data from previous studies.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Hungarian Ukranians; Hungary; Hungarian Romanians; Ukraine; Social capital; Romania
  • Communities of the Converted: Ukrainians and Global Evangelism.
    Wanner, Catherine (2007)
    Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Transnational; Ukraine; Evangelical, Ukraine
  • L'Eglise, Facteur d'Evolution Ethnoculturelle du Peuple Ukrainien au XXè Siècle.
    Bondarenko, Galyna (2004)
    Ethnologie française 34:2: 273-280.

    Associated Search Terms: Ukraine; Change
  • Gender Attitudes towards Religion in Six post-Soviet States.
    Titarenko, Larissa (2004)
    In Wil Arts and Loek Halman (eds.) European Values at the Turn of the Millennium. European Values Studies 7. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, pp. 363-385.

    Based on 1999-2000 European Values Study data for 6 post-Soviet nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Belarus; Age; Sex; Estonia; Ukraine; Intrinsic/extrinsic; Lithuania; Russia; Latvia; Salience; Practice
  • 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
  • The Rebirth of Judaism in Kiev after Babi Yar and Communism: The Interplay of Family and Religion.
    Danzger, M. Herbert (2000)
    In Jerry G. Pankhurst and Sharon K. Houseknecht (eds.) Family, Religion, and Social Change in Diverse Societies. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 267-282.

    Based on 1991-92 in-depth interviews. The historical circumstances resulted in children leading their families back to Judaism, where continuity had been broken.

    Associated Search Terms: Ukraine, Kiev; Jewish, Ukraine; Family; Conversion
  • Geography, Nationality, and Religion in Ukraine: A Research Note.
    Gee, Gretchen Knudson (1995)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 34:3: 383-390.

    Based on 1992 survey data from young people in Ukraine; shows western Ukraine more nationalist, religious, & Roman-affiliated Catholic.

    Associated Search Terms: Ukraine; Politics, Ukraine; Nationalism; Ecology; Ukrainian Orthodox, Ukraine; Ukrainian Catholic, Ukraine
  • Religion in Postcommunist Countries: A Comparative Study of Religiousness in Byelorussia, Ukraine, Luthuania, Russia, and Poland.
    Borowik, Irena (1994)
    In William H. Swatos, Jr. (ed.), Politics and Religion in Central and Eastern Europe. Traditions and Transitions. Westport, Connecticut: praeger, pp. 37-46.

    Associated Search Terms: Comparative; Bylorus; Ukraine; Lithuania; Russia; Poland
  • 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
  • Religio-Nationalist Subcultures under the Communists: Comparisons from the Baltics, Transcaucasia and Ukraine.
    Johnston, Hank (Henry E.) (1993)
    Sociology of Religion 54:3: 237-255. [Also in William H. Swatos, Jr. (ed.), Politics and Religion in Central and Eastern Europe. Traditions and Transitions (Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 1994), pp. 17-35]

    Focuses on the association between national churches & political nationalism in the Baltic states, Ukraine, Georgia, & Armenia.

    Associated Search Terms: Comparative; Georgia; Soviet Union; Politics, Soviet Union; Nationalism; Armenia; Catholic, Lithuania; Estonia; Lithuania; Catholic, Ukraine; Lutheran, Estonia; Lutheran, Latvia; Georgian Orthodox, Georgia; Ukraine; Latvia
  • Revitalization Movements in Kievan Russia.
    Marinich, Vladimir G. (1976)
    Journal for the scientific Study of Religion 15:1: 61-68.

    Recounts contra-acculturative movements after the 10th century ruling estate of Russia accepted Christianity.

    Associated Search Terms: Revitalization movement; Russia; Ukraine; Historical
  • Une Enquête Préparatoire au Sujet de la Religiosité des Populations d'Ukraine.
    Eryshev, A.A. (1974)
    Social Compass 21:2: 127-132.

    Analyzes 1963-65 interview data from western Ukraine; focuses on conversions to Christian sects.

    Associated Search Terms: Sect; Ukraine; Ukrainian Orthodox, Ukraine; Atheist, Ukraine; Conversion
  • La nacionalidad y la consagración conciliar en la Iglesia Ortodoxa Ucraniana.
    Sanchez Cano, José (1973)
    Revista española de la opinion publica 31: 239-311.

    Historical overview, medieval to modern.

    Associated Search Terms: Ukrainian Orthodox, Ukraine; Ukraine; Identity
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