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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion

Volume 40, Number 1, March 2001

Predicting Prejudice from Religious Fundamentalism and Right-Wing Authoritarianism: A Multiple-Regression Approach
pp. 1-10(10)
Authors: Laythe, Brian; Finkel, Deborah; Kirkpatrick, Lee A.

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The Commitment Process in a Religious Commune: The Shakers
pp. 27-38(12)
Author: Cosgel, Metin M.

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“And Who Is My Neighbor?” II: Quest Religion as a Source of Universal Compassion
pp. 39-50(12)
Authors: Batson, C. Daniel; Eidelman, Scott H.; Higley, Seanna L.; Russell, Sarah A.

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Religion and Partisanship in Canada
pp. 51-64(14)
Authors: Guth, James L.; Fraser, Cleveland R.

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Religious Coping Style, Concept of God, and Personal Religious Variables in Threat, Loss, and Challenge Situations
pp. 65-74(10)
Authors: Maynard, Elizabeth; Gorsuch, Richard; Bjorck, Jeff

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Profiling Religious Maturity: The Relationship of Religious Attitude Components to Religious Orientations
pp. 75-86(12)
Authors: Kristensen, Kristoffer B.; Pedersen, Darhl M.; Williams, Richard N.

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Parental Divorce and the “Switching” of Religious Identity
pp. 99-111(13)
Authors: Lawton, Leora E.; Bures, Regina

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The Effects of Tragedies and Contradictions on Religion as a Quest
pp. 113-122(10)
Authors: Krauss, Stephen W.; Flaherty, Robert W.

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The Personality Characteristics of Methodist Ministers: Feminine Men and Masculine Women?
pp. 123-128(6)
Authors: Robbins, Mandy; Francis, Leslie J.; M.Haley, John; Kay, Dr.William K.

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Book Reviews
pp. 129-139(11)

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