Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion
Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2004 - Religion
Official journal of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. JSSR was founded in 1949 by students of religion and of social science in order to stimulate and communicate significant scientific research on religious institutions and experience.
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affiliation African Americans analysis Argentina associated atheists attitudes beliefs Buddhists capital punishment Chile Christian Christian Right church attendance clergy coefficients congregations conservative Protestant contact with Buddhists core teachings correlations culture death penalty democracy denominations devout effects Eid-ul-Azha ethnic evangelical Protestants factors faith findings fundamentalist Hispanic hypotheses indicate individual influence institutions interaction Journal levels likelihood logistic regression mainline Protestant measure membership merger Model moral movement names negative older organizational Pargament parish participation Pentecostal percent political positive practices priests problems Protestantism rational choice theory regression relationship religious coping religious groups religious traditions respondents Review sample schism Scientific Study secular significant significantly social capital social trust society Sociology sociology of religion spiritual Stark statistically structure Study of Religion suggests survey Table theology theory trust-based prayer expectancies University Press variables violence Wuthnow York