SCLY3 Beliefs in Society

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Who distinguished between the sacred and profane using secondary data to study totemism?
Durkheim
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Who said that religion promotes social solidarity by helping people deal with emotional stress?
Malinowski
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Who said that religion maintains social order by helping people make sense of things?
Parsons
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Who talks about civil religion?
Bellah
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Who said religion is the opium of the masses?
Marx
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Who said religion has relative autonomy from the economic substructure?
Maduro
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Who talked about different patriarchal aspects of religion (e.g. women's sexuality controlled)?
Walby
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Who said religion is an instrument of deception?
De Beaviour
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Who claimed men distort religion?
El Sadaawi
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Who looked at religious forms of feminism e.g. the veil?
Woodhead
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Who did a case study of 3 women into veiling?
Watson
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Who said religion meets universal human needs by acting as a compensator?
Stark and Bainbridge
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Who said religion helps individuals find meaning and offers them a higher set of truths?
Berger and Luckmann
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Who talks about spiritual shopping, pilgrims and converts?
Herveui-Leger
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Who talks about 'Jesus in Disneyland' as a part of postmodern society?
Lyon
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Who talks about religious market theory as a reason why the USA has high religiosity?
Stark and Bainbridge
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Who claims that developing countries and poor people in rich countries are more religious due to existential security?
Norris and Inglehart
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Who argues that a more a country spends on welfare, the lower its levels of religious participation?
Gill and Lundegaarde
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Who refers to the ruling class ideological domination of society as hegemony?
Gramsci
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Who talks about religion as ideological thought and utopian thought?
Mannheim
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Who believes science is an open belief system based on falsification?
Popper
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Who talks about the CUDOS norms?
Merton
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Who claims science is a closed belief system?
Polanyi
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Who talks about paradigms in science?
Kuhn
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Who said that science is a metanarrative and is a discourse?
Lyotard
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Who did a comparative study to look at the 'Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism'?
Weber
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Who identified six historical examples of how religion inspired social change, including Northern Ireland, Civil Rights Movement and Archbishop Tutu in South Africa?
Nelson
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Who identified 4 factors which determined social change?
McGuire
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Who carried out a study using Triangulation to look at the Moonies?
Barker
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Who categorised NRMs as either world affirming, accommodating or rejecting?
Wallis
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Who created the typology of cults?
Stark and Bainbridge
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Who claimed that sects are short lived due to 3 factors?
Niebuhr
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Who said a sect's prescription for salvation is a factor in determining whether or not it becomes a denomination?
Wilson
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Who created the sectarian cycle?
Stark and Bainbridge
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Who said central features of the New Age are self spirituality and de-traditionalisation?
Heelas
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Who uses cultural defence and cultural transition to explain greater religiosity among ethnic groups?
Bruce
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Who's study in Bristol looked at Pentecostalists and their transition into England?
Pryce
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Who said there was a decline in importance of religion for ethnic minorities?
Modood
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Who said women are more religious due to their close relation to birth and death?
Davie
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Who said women are more religious because they are more time and are socialised to be more passive and caring?
Miller and Hoffman
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Who talks about the age bias of congregations?
Brierley
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Who talks about the ageing effect and the generational effect?
Voas and Crockett
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Who says secularisation is rooted in modernity through 3 processes; rationalisation, disengagement and religious pluralism?
Wilson
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Who talks about the Protestant Ethic and Spirit of Capitalism?
Weber
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Who looks at structural differentiation as a cause for secularisation?
Parsons
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Who said there is a "steady and unremitting decline" in religion?
Bruce
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Who talks about the invalidity of high church attendance in the Victorian Era?
Martin
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Who said the notion of an 'age of faith' is a myth?
Hamilton
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Who said secularisation is a contemporary myth?
Hadden and Stark
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Who said the growth of NRMs indicate a religious revival?
Greeley
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Who did the Kendal Project?
Heelas and Woodhead
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Who talks about believing without belonging?
Davie
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