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Volume 14, Number 10, 1 December 2011

Can religious beliefs combat negative peer influence during adolescence?
pp. 983-997(15)
Authors: Grier, Leslie; Gudiel, Wendy

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Race, resource utilisation, and perceived need among urban community development workers from faith-based organisations
pp. 999-1012(14)
Authors: Shin, Hana J.; Eriksson, Cynthia B.; Walling, Sherry M.; Lee, Hanna; Putman, Katharine M.

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“Chaotic soup of politics:” a Native American Indian mental health perspective
pp. 1013-1029(17)
Authors: Yurkovich, Eleanor E.; Hopkins-Lattergrass, Zelta; Rieke, Stuart

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Religiosity, coping, and suicidality within the religious Zionist community of Israela thematic qualitative analysis
pp. 1031-1047(17)
Authors: Band, Michael; Dein, Simon; Loewenthal, Kate Miriam

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Differentiating religious coping from Islamic identification in patient and non-patient Pakistani Muslims
pp. 1049-1062(14)
Authors: Khan, Ziasma Haneef; Watson, P. J.; Chen, Zhuo

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Does religious diversity make us unhappy?
pp. 1063-1076(14)
Author: Okulicz-Kozaryn, Adam

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