Religion in a Changing World: Comparative Studies in Sociology

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Radugin ( 1997), in a new Russian textbook on religious studies, ably reviews the long- term changes in the legal status of religion in tsarist Russia, the Soviet Union and post- Soviet Russia. It is noteworthy that from a post-Soviet perspective, one needs to take special account not only of the rights of religious believers, but of the rights of the large portion of the population made up of nonbelievers and atheists as well.
5.
See Finke and Stark ( 1992), Stark and Iannaconne ( 1994), and Young ( 1997).
6.
See Sherkat ( 1997) and Ellison ( 1995).
7.
See Hadden and Pankhurst ( 1993) for a first attempt in this direction.
8.
Elliott ( 1997b) provides a concise review of the new legislation and several points of view on its impact.

REFERENCES

Broun Janice. 1997. "Jurisdictional Conflict among Orthodox and Eastern-Rite Catholics in Russia and Ukraine." East-West Church and Ministry Report 5(3): Part II. Unpaginated Internet publication from the Center for East-West Christian Studies, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL.

Davis Nathaniel. 1995. A Long Walk to Church: A Contemporary History of Russian Orthodoxy. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Dunlop John B. 1996. "Orthodoxy and National Identity in Russia." In Victoria E. Bonnell (ed.), Identities in Transition: Eastern Europe and Russia after the Collapse of Communism. International and Area Studies Research Series, Number 93. Berkeley: Center for Slavic and East European Studies, University of California at Berkeley.

Elliott Mark. 1997a. "Updated Statistics on the Protestant Missionary Presence in the Former Soviet Union." East-West Church and Ministry Report 5( 2): Part IV. Unpaginated Internet publication.

-----. 1997b. "New Restrictive Law on Religion Passed in Russia" and following supplements. East-West Church and Ministry Report 5( 3): Part I. Unpaginated Internet publication.

-----. 1997c. "What Percentage of Russians Are Practicing Christians?" East-West Church and Ministry Report 5( 3): Part II. Unpaginated Internet publication.

Ellison Christopher. 1995. "Rational Choice Explanations of Individual Religious Behavior: Notes on the Problem of Social Embeddedness." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 34( 1):89-97.

Finke, Roger, and Rodney Stark. 1992. The Churching of America, 1776-1990. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Hadden Jeffrey K., and Jerry G. Pankhurst. 1993, "On Spitting with the Wind: Religious Organizational Vivaciousness in the Former Evil Empire." Unpublished paper prepared for the Seminar on Religious Institutions of the Program on Nonprofit Organizations at Yale University, June 3-4.

Iannaccone Laurence R. 1997. "Rational Choice: Framework for the Scientific Study of Religion." Pp. 25-45 in Lawrence A. Young (ed.), Rational Choice Theory and Religion: Summary and Assessment. New York: Routledge.

Laba Roman. 1996. "How Yeltsin's Exploitation of Ethnic Nationalism Brought Down an Empire." Transition 2( 1). Unpaginated Internet publication of the Open Media Research Institute.

Morvant Penny. 1996. "Cults Arouse Concern in Russia." Transition 2( 7):20-23.

Pankhurst Jerry G. 1996. "Religious Culture." Pp. 127-156 in Dmitri N. Shalin (ed.), Russian Culture at the Crossroads: Paradoxes of Post-Communist Consciousness. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

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