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100 1  Pollack, Detlef,|d1955-|eauthor.|4aut 
240 10 Religion in der Moderne.|lEnglish 
245 10 Religion and modernity :|ban international comparison /
       |cDetlef Pollack and Gergely Rosta ; translated by David 
250    First edition 
264  1 Oxford, United Kingdom ;|aNew York, NY :|bOxford 
       University Press,|c2017 
300    xvii, 487 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    "First published in German by Campus Verlag GmbH 2015"--
       Title page verso 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 437-473) and 
505 0  Part I. Theoretical reflections. Reflections on the 
       concept of modernity -- Reflections on the concept of 
       religion -- Key questions and methodological preliminaries
       -- Part II. Religious decline in Western Europe? Between 
       dechurchification and religious persistence: West Germany 
       -- A stronghold of Catholicisim: Italy -- Religion in free
       fall: The Netherlands -- Part III. Religious renaissance 
       in Eastern Europe. Russia: return of religion -- East 
       Germany: no signs of a turnaround -- Poland: unexpected 
       vitality after the fall of communism -- Part IV. Religious
       change outside Europe: three case studies. Religion and 
       religiosity in the US: a contrasting case to Europe? -- 
       South Korea: the simultaneity of modernization and 
       Christianization -- Charismatic, pentecostal, and 
       evangelical movements in Europe, the US, and Brazil -- 
       Part V. Systematic perspectives. Macro- and 
       microsociological explanat5ions for differences between 
       countries -- Patterns and determinants of religious change
       in the modern period: towards a multi-paradigmatic theory 
520    "This is not a book that provides a new integrated theory 
       of religious change in modern societies, but rather one 
       that develops theoretical elements that contribute to the 
       understanding of some contemporary religious developments.
       Most of the approaches in sociology of religion are prone 
       to emphasise either processes of religious decline or of 
       religious upswing. For example, secularization theory 
       usually includes a couple of relevant factors -such as 
       functional differentiation, economic affluence or social 
       equality -in order to account for religious change. 
       However, the result of such a theory's empirical analyses 
       seems to be certain in advance, namely that the social 
       relevance of religion is decreasing. In contrast, the 
       religious market model devised by sociologists of religion
       in the US is inclined to detect everywhere processes of 
       religious upsurge. Religion and Modernity: An 
       International Comparison avoids a purely theoretically 
       based perspective on religious changes. For this reason, 
       Detlef Pollack and Gergely Rosta do not begin with 
       theoretical propositions but with questions. The authors 
       raise the question of how the social significance of 
       religion in its various facets has changed in modern 
       societies, and explain what factors and conditions have 
       contributed to these changes"--|cProvided by publisher 
546    Translated from the German 
650  0 Religion and sociology 
650  0 Civilization, Modern 
650  7 Civilization, Modern.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00863073 
650  7 Religion and sociology.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01093858 
700 1  Rosta, Gergely,|eauthor 
700 1  West, David,|etranslator 
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