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Shopping for Faith or Dropping Your Faith? The Rational Choice Theory of Religion
(Released May 2005)

 
  by Peter Ellway  

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  1. Defining religion
    Sociology Review; 14 (2) Nov 2004, pp.8-9

  2. Sacred Algorithms: Exchange Theory of Religious Claims
    Religion and the Social Order, 2003, 10, 21-37

  3. Rationality, choice, and the religious economy: individual and collective rationality in supply and demand
    Review of Religious Research; 45 (2) Dec 2003, pp.155-171

  4. Rationality, Choice and the Religious Economy: The Problem of Belief
    Review of Religious Research; 43 (4) June 2002, p.311-25

  5. The Myth of Pluralism, Diversity, and Vigor: The Constitutional Privilege of Protestantism in the United States and Canada
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2003, 42, 3, Sept, 311-325

  6. Church Commitment and Some Consequences in Western and Central Europe
    Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, 2003, 14, 129-159

  7. Christian Heritage in Western Europe: What Have the New Generations Done?
    Social Compass, 2004, 51, 2, June, 203-219

  8. Continuity and change in contemporary Ulster Protestantism
    Sociological Review; 52 (2) May 2004, pp.265-283

  9. Christianity in Britain, RIP
    Sociology of Religion; 62 (2) Summer 2001, p.191-203

  10. The Supply-Side Model of Religion: The Nordic and Baltic States
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2000, 39, 1, Mar, 32-46

  11. The God gulf
    Index on Censorship; 33 (4) Oct 2004, pp.17-23

  12. Pragmatic Consumers and Practical Products: The Success of Pneumacentric Religion among Women in Latin America's New Religious Economy
    Review of Religious Research; 45 (1) Sep 2003, pp.20-31

  13. Invisible Religion or Diffused Religion in Italy?
    Social Compass: International Review of Sociology of Religion; 50 (3) Sep 2003, pp.311-320

  14. Youth and religion: the gameboy generation goes to "church"
    Social Indicators Research; 68 (2) Sep 2004, pp.175-200

  15. The Bible and sociology
    Sociology of Religion; 60 (2) Summer 1999, p.125-48

  16. Internal Competition in a National Religious Monopoly: The Catholic Effect and the Italian Case
    Sociology of Religion; 63 (2) summer 2002, p.137-155

  17. Sociology of Religion: From Institutional Reference to a Sociological Analysis of Society
    Tijdschrift voor Sociologie, 2004, 25, 1, 79-92

  18. Future of Secularism in India
    Futures, 2004, 36, 6-7, Aug-Sept, 765-769

  19. Slovenia: At a Distance from a Perfect Religious Market
    Religion, State & Society, 2004, 32, 2, June, 151-157

  20. After atheism: an analysis of religious monopolies in the post-communist world
    Sociology of Religion; 65 (1) Spring 2004, pp.57-75

  21. Forced Secularization in Soviet Russia: Why an Atheistic Monopoly Failed
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2004, 43, 1, Mar, 35-50

  22. Hungary for religion: a supply-side interpretation of the Hungarian religious revival
    Journal for the scientific study of religion, vol. 40 no. 2, pp. 251-268, Jun 2001

  23. Replete and Desolate Markets: Poland, East Germany, and the New Religious Paradigm
    Social Forces, 2001, 80, 2, Dec, 481-507

  24. Islam in Europe
    Index on Censorship; 33 (4) Oct 2004, pp.110-116

  25. Contentious Public Religion: Two Conceptions of Islam in Revolutionary Iran: Ali Shariati and Abdolkarim Soroush
    International Sociology, 2004, 19, 4, Dec, 504-523

  26. Lost in the Supermarket: Comments on Beaman, Religious Pluralism, and What It Means to Be Free
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2003, 42, 3, Sept, 327-332

  27. State Welfare Spending and Religiosity: A Cross-National Analysis
    Rationality and Society, 2004, 16, 4, Nov, 399-436

  28. Spirituality in the Workplace: New Empirical Directions in the Study of the Sacred
    Sociology of Religion, 2004, 65, 3, fall, 265-283

  29. La "Religion invisible" en Belgique: questions de visibilite. "Invisible Religion" in Belgium: Questions of Visibility
    Social Compass: International Review of Sociology of Religion; 50 (3) Sep 2003, pp.335-343

  30. The Growth of New Age versus the Decline of Christian Churches: Individualization, Secularization, and Religious Change
    Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift, 2000, 27, 4, Dec, 477-508

  31. Why Do Churches Become Empty, While New Age Grows? Secularization and Religious Change in the Netherlands
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2002, 41, 3, Sept, 455-473

  32. Never on sunny days: lessons from weekly attendance counts
    Journal for the scientific study of religion, vol. 43 no. 2, pp. 191-208, Jun 2004

  33. Why Strict Churches Are Strong
    American Journal of Sociology, 1994, 99, 5, Mar, 1180-1211

  34. Religion, rationality, and experience: a response to the new Rational choice theory of religion
    Sociological Theory; 22 (1) Mar 2004, pp.140-160

  35. From Religious Markets to Religious Communities: Contrasting Implications for Applied Research
    Review of Religious Research, 2003, 44, 4, June, 325-340

  36. Religious Life under Theocracy: The Case of Iran
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2003, 42, 3, Sept, 347-361

  37. The "Other" Success Story. Protestant Churches in South Korea
    Zeitschrift fur Soziologie, 2001, 30, 5, Oct, 341-361

  38. Secularism in France
    Prospect; (96) Mar 2004, pp.64-68

  39. The Illusion of State Neutrality in a Secularising Ireland
    West European Politics; 26 (1) Jan 2003, pp.73-94

  40. Europe and Invisible Religion
    Social Compass: International Review of Sociology of Religion; 50 (3) Sep 2003, pp.267-274

  41. Changes in Religious Evolution in Europe and Russia
    Revue francaise de Sociologie, 2004, 45, 2, Apr-June, 307-338

  42. Enforced secularization - spontaneous revival? Religious belief, unbelief, uncertainty and indifference in East and West European countries1991-1998
    European Sociological Review; 20 (1) Feb 2004, pp.47-61

  43. Is Northern Ireland Abnormal? An Extension of the Sociological Debate on Religion in Modern Britain
    Sociology, 2004, 38, 2, Apr, 237-254

  44. The strange death of Christian Britain: another look at the secularization debate
    Historical journal, vol. 46 no. 4, pp. 963-976, Dec 2003

  45. Can Rising Rates of Church Participation Be a Consequence of Secularization?
    Sociology of Religion, 2004, 65, 2, summer, 139-153

  46. Religiousness Inside and Outside the Church in Selected Post-Communist Countries of Central and Eastern Europe
    Social Compass: International Review of Sociology of Religion; 50 (3) Sep 2003, pp.321-334

  47. Stark's Age of Faith Argument and the Secularization of Things: A Commentary
    Sociology of Religion; 63 (3) Fall 2002, p.361-372

  48. Secularization, RIP
    Sociology of religion; 60 (3) Fall 1999, p.249-73

  49. Intermarriage and the Demography of Secularization
    British Journal of Sociology; 54 (1) Mar 2003, pp.83-108

  50. Secularization on Trial: In Defense of a Neosecularization Paradigm
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1997, 36, 1, Mar, 109-122

  51. The Persistence of Faith among Nonheterosexual Christians: Evidence for the Neosecularization Thesis of Religious Transformation
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2002, 41, 2, June, 199-212