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Religion in Britain Since 1945: Believing Without Belonging
Frontispiece: Ordinary God, : Donald Davie. Foreword: Professor David Martin. 1. Introduction. 2. A Rapidly Changing Context. 3. The Sacred and the Secular: Religious Generations in Post-war Britain.Expand
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Religion in Modern Europe: A Memory Mutates
Introduction Chapter One. Facts and Figures: a profile of religion in modern Europe Chapter Two. Theoretical Perspectives Chapter Three. Vicarious Memory 1: the churches Chapter Four. VicariousExpand
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Witchcraft, Violence, and Democracy in South Africa
  • G. Davie
  • Political Science
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Believing without Belonging: Is This the Future of Religion in Britain?
  • G. Davie
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 1990
Les statistiques concernant l'appartenance aux institutions religieuses et celles qui, d'autre part, sont relatives aux modeles de croyance offrent deux indicateurs distincts, mais lies, de laExpand
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Religious America, Secular Europe?: A Theme and Variations
Contents: Introduction Religious America, secular Europe? Variation1: contrasting histories Variation 2: different intellectual traditions Variation 3: institutional carriers Variation 4: socialExpand
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The Sociology of Religion
Introduction A Critical Agenda Part One: Theoretical Perspectives Common Sources/Different Pathways Secularization Process and Theory Rational Choice Theory Modernity a Single or Plural Construct?Expand
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The religiosity of women in the modern West
In western societies influenced by Christianity, women are more religious than men on virtually every measure. If religion is rooted (as Marx suggested) in economic vulnerability, can the religiosityExpand
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Is Europe an Exceptional Case
A number of factors must be taken into account if we are to understand the place of religion in twenty-first-century Europe. (1) These include the legacies of the past, more particularly the role ofExpand
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Believing without Belonging. A Liverpool Case Study / Croyance sans appartenance. Le cas de Liverpool.
Cet article reprend deux etudes anterieures. La premiere «Believing without Belonging: Is this the Future of Religion in Britain» (Davie 1990b et Davie 1993) insiste en particulier sur l'absence deExpand
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