This title was first published in 2003. This subject area of this work cross-cuts conventional sub-disciplinary boundaries in the study of comparative politics. Connections between religion and and politics can be identified in all of the thematic areas covered by the articles within.
Series Preface -- Introduction -- Religion and Regime -- Religion and Politics in Comparative and Historical Perspective -- The Iranian Revolution in Comparative Perspective -- Rendering unto Caesar? Religious Competition and Catholic Political Strategy in Latin America, 1962–79* -- Warring Gods? Theological Tales -- Buddhaputra and Bhumiputra? -- The War in Former Yugoslavia and Religion -- Democracy and Religious Politics -- The Politics of Church–State Relations -- Religious Capital and Capital Religions: Cross-Cultural and Non-Legal Factors in the Separation of Church and State -- Secularism and the State: Towards Clarity and Global Comparison -- The New Religious State -- The Politics of Ideology: The Papal Struggle with Liberalism1 -- Jewish Messianism, Religious Zionism and Israeli Politics: The Impact and Origins of Gush Emunim -- The Evolving Regulatory Structure of European Church-State Relationships -- Church and State in Spain from the Civil War to the Return of Democracy -- Religion and Electoral Politics -- Regional and Religious Support of Political Parties and Effects on their Issue Positions -- Religious vs. Linguistic vs. Class Voting: The “Crucial Experiment” of Comparing Belgium, Canada, South Africa, and Switzerland* -- Politics and the Pulpit: The Case of Protestant Europe -- In From the Cold? Christian Parties in Scandinavia -- Modernity and fundamentalism: the new Christian right in America -- Cultural Conflict in American Politics: Religious Traditionalism, Postmaterialism, and U.S. Political Behavior -- Religion and Politics in Postcommunist Russia* -- Religion, Public Policy and the Politics of Identity -- On religion and public policy: Does Catholicism make a difference? -- The Netherlands: A Passive Social Democratic Welfare State in a Christian Democratic Ruled Society -- The Basic Law versus the Basic Norm? The Case of the Bavarian Crucifix Order -- The West German Peace Movement and The Christian Churches: An Institutional Approach -- Social Change and Moral Politics: the Irish Constitutional Referendum 1983 -- Multiculturalism and British Identity in the Wake of the Rushdie Affair -- Paradigms, power, and identity: Rediscovering Orthodoxy and regionalizing Europe
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