Iran Religion Politics And Society Collected Essays

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The study of religion in the United States is wide ranging, as is the literature on civic engagement. Sources that are able to adequately review the nexus of religion and civic engagement are valuable but rare. Smidt, et al. 2008 provides a comprehensive study of religion and political participation in the America. For coverage of specific issues in American religion and politics—including Weilhouwer 2009 on political participation—see Smidt, et al. 2009 on religion and politics in the United States. Essays on more specific questions on religion and civic engagement in American democracy can be found in Wilson 2007 and Wolfe and Katznelson 2010.

  • Smidt, Corwin E., Kevin R. den Dulk, James M. Penning, Stephen V. Monsma, and Douglas L. Koopman. Pews, Prayers, and Participation: Religion and Civic Responsibility in America. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2008.

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    Assesses religion’s influence on political participation in American society, exploring behavior, knowledge, and ideals. Argues that religion plays a major role in fostering civic responsibility in the United States.

  • Smidt, Corwin E., Lyman A. Kellstedt, and James L. Guth, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Religion and American Politics. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.

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    Collection of primarily quantitative essays on religion and politics in America. Presents the “Three B’s” (belief, behavior, and belonging) paradigm for understanding religion’s influence on political participation and behavior.

  • Weilhouwer, Peter W. “Religion and Political Participation.” In The Oxford Handbook of Religion and American Politics. Edited by Corwin E. Smidt, Lyman A. Kellstedt, and James L. Guth, 394–426. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.

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    Chapter reviewing literature on political participation in the United States and how religion shapes citizen involvement in politics.

  • Wilson, J. Matthew, ed. From Pews to Polling Places: Faith and Politics in the American Religious Mosaic. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2007.

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    Collection of essays exploring the role of specific faiths in American political action. Chapters include analysis of evangelical and mainline Protestant, Catholic, Mormon, Jewish, and Muslim traditions. By including a variety of religious traditions and ideologies, including secularists, this collection broadly tackles the important question of how faith informs political activity.

  • Wolfe, Alan, and Ira Katznelson, eds. Religion and Democracy in the United States: Danger or Opportunity? Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2010.

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    Discusses the effects of religion on the American system of government by considering religion’s role in a liberal society, how religious ideas affect political views, and so on. The authors, a diverse collection of scholars in American religion and politics, helpfully discuss the state of the literature on their subject, providing a nice introduction to and overview of the topics presented.

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