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Andorka R. (1997): Bevezetés a szociológiába. Osiris, Budapest. Aranda, M. P. (2008): Relationship between religious involvement and psychological well-being: A social justice perspective

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includes information on individuals' religious affiliation and the frequency of attending religious services. Our study is based on a comparison of two groups: we apply the transition divide to split the European sample into subsamples of Eastern European

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Hrustič, T. 2010: Social Change and some other Factors of Religious Conversion among Roma in Eastern Slovakia. In: Kováč, M. - Gál, T. (eds.) Religious Change . Bratislava: Chronos. 125–129 Hrustič T. Religious

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Roman Catholic Church and the Transformation of Social Identity in Eastern and Central Europe, in: BOROWIK, Irena-BABINSKI, Gregorz (eds), New Religious Phenomena in Central and Eastern Europe. Kraków: Nomos, 61-81. The Roman Catholic Church and

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Fight: Fundamentalism and Religious Revival, in: Jeremy MacClancy (ed.): Anthropology for the Real World . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 129–144. Beeman W. O. Anthropology for the Real World 2001

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LASLOI, A. and RICH, Y. (2001): 12 th Grade Students Survey among Public Religious High Schools. A Research Report. Ramat Gan: the Research Institution for the Study of the Religious Education, Bar Ilan University

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Ellison, C. G., Gay, D. A., Glass, T. A.: Does religious commitment contribute to individual life satisfaction? Social Forces, 1989, 68 , 100–123. Glass T. A. Does religious commitment

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–213. Brinkerhoff, M. B.–Jacob, J. C. (1987): Quasi-religious meaning systems, official religion, and quality of life in an alternative lifestyle: A survey from the back-to-the-land movement. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion , 26(1): 63

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. 429-477. MISĀNE, Agita- PRIEDĪE, Aija 1997: National Mythology in the History of Ideas in Latvia: A View from Religious Studies. In: HOSKING, G.-SCHÖPFLIN, G., Myths and Nationhood. London. National Mythology in the

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[ 6 – 9 ]. On the other hand, thermal analysis can provide useful information on the behaviour of alloys [ 10 ]. Consequently, our study is dealing with the corrosion of three brass alloys (CuZn) coming from religious artefacts and the possible

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