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  • Religious attendance buffers the impact of unemployment on life satisfaction: Longitudinal evidence from Germany.
    Lechner, Clemens M., and Thomas Leopold (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:1: 166-174.

    Analyzes 1990-2012 German panel survey data. Weekly religious attendance mitigates the psychological impact of unemployment.

    Associated Search Terms: Unemployment; Stress; Practice; Panel study; Life satisfaction; Germany
  • The Religiosity of Immigrants in Europe: A Cross-National Study.
    Tubergen, Frank van, and Jórunn Í. Sindradóttir (2011)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50:2: 272-288.

    Analyzes 2002-08 European Social Survey data. Religiosity is higher among unemployed, less educated, & more recent immigrants. The level of religiosity of the receiving society also has an effect.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Education; Unemployment; Europe; Migrant
  • Dimensions of Social Stratification and Anomie as Factors of Religious Affiliation in El Salvador.
    Soltero, José, and Romeo Saravia (2003)
    Sociology of Religion 64:1: 1-19.

    Analyzes 1995 interview data. Limited access to medical care & younger age predict Protestant affiliation; unemployment predicts non-affiliation, & return migration from the U.S. predicts joining Protestant or non-Christian churches.

    Associated Search Terms: Migration; Unemployment; El Salvador; Protestant, El Salvador; Stratification; Medical; Anomie; Atheist
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