A Handbook of the Sociology of Religion

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Index
abortion: theory in research on, 23, 282; and social movements, 321; on moral order map, 343; and terrorism at clinics, 364, 375. See also anti-abortion movement
academic disciplines: integrity of defined in study of religion, 27–8; and multidisciplinary exchange, 28–9
activism. See social movements
Acuñna, Rodolfo, 405–6
Adas, Michael, 374, 378
African Americans: and family influence on religious choices, 158; and feminist theory, 288; and womanist culture, 290–91; and church involvement in politics, 208–9. See also race
African-American women, 283
agency: and motivations for religious choices, 157; and identity, 211–12; of Latinas, 401–5
Ali, Yousef, 283
Alinsky, Saul: and community organizing, 389
American Sociological Association: and academic specialization, 4
Amish, 338
Ammerman, Nancy, 12, 69, 273, 413; on shifting composition of congregations, 226
Anderson, Benedict: on rituals of modern nationalism, 42–3
anti-abortion groups, 319. See also abortion
antisemitism: and intergroup relations, 244
apartheid: opposition to by religious organizations, 389
Appleby, Scott, 380
Armstrong, Elizabeth, 107
Asad, Talal: on ritual, 38
assimilation: of Jews, 263, 264; and moral order, 345–6
atheism: and Soviet Union, 52
Aum Shinrikyô, 375
Baha'i, 51; as organized religion, 54
Baird, Robert, 104
Baltzell, E. Digby, 305
Baptists, 128
Barrera, Mario, 405–6
Barrett, David, 107
Base Christian Communities, 388, 408
Bass, Dorothy, 144
Bataille, Georges, 364
Bauman, Zygmunt: on identity, 209, 210
Becker, Penny E., 238
Behringer, Wolfgang, 377
Bell, Catherine: on ritual, 43–4
Bellah, Robert, 4–5, 10, 185–6, 271, 398; and Sheilaism, 57; on individualism in religion, 139–40, 141; and polarization, 333; on civil religion, 354, 355
Benford, Robert D., 317
Benjamin, Walter, 376
Berger, Helen, 285
Berger, Peter, 71; contributions to sociology of religion, 66–7; rejection of secularization paradigm by, 96; and church-sect typology, 125; on religious organizations as bureaucracies, 127; and privatization of religion, 143 and identity, 210
Beyer, Peter, 10
Billiet, J., 67

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