İngilizce Sekülerleşme Külliyatı

Burada yer alan eserlerin temel okumalar olduğu iddiasında değilim. Ancak, buradaki eserlerin sekülerleşme külliyatı için giriş niteliğinde olduğu kanısındayım. Temel tartışmalar, farklı paradigmalar, tarihsel süreç… Bu bölümün de daha iyi hale gelmesi sizlerin önerileri sayesinde olacak. Ne yazık ki telif hakları sebebi ile birçok makale ve kitabın PDF’ini burada paylaşamadım. Ama eğer üzerine tıkladığınızda karşınıza ücretsiz PDFleri çıkmaz ise, benden e-mail yolu ile isteyebilirsiniz.

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Kitaplar
Makaleler

Kitaplar
  1. Harvey Cox, (1965). The Secular City. London: Pelican Books.
  2. Thomas Luckmann, (1967). The Invisible Religion. New York: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
  3. Daniele Hervieu-Léger, (2000). Religion as a Chain of Memory. (Fra.’dan İng.’ye çev. S. Lee). Cambridge: Polity Press.
  4. Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart, (2008). Sacred and Secular, Religion and Politics Worldwide. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
  5. Peter Berger, Grace Davie & Effie Fokas (2008). Religious America, Secular Europe? A Theme and Variations. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company.
  6. Steve Bruce, (2011). Secularization: In Defence of an Unfashionabla theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  7. Steve Bruce, (2002). God is Dead. Oxford: Blackwell.
Makaleler
  1. Aquaviva, S. S. (1960). The Psychology of Dechristianisation in the Dynamics of the Industrial Society. Social Compass, 7 (3), 209-225.
  2. Peter L. Berger, (1967). A Sociological View of the Secularization of Theology. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 6 (1): 3-16.
  3. Lary Shiner, (1967). The Concept of Secularization in Empirical Research. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 6 (2), 207-220.
  4. Fenn, R. K. (1969). The Secularization of Values: An Analytical Framework for the Study of Secularization. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 8 (1), 112-124.
  5. Bryan Wilson, (1976). Aspects of Secularization in the West. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 3 (4), 259-276.
  6. Karel Dobbelaere, (1985). Secularization Theories and Sociological Paradigms: A Reformulation of the Private-Public Dichotomy and the Problem of Societal Integration. Sociological Analysis, 46 (4), 377-387
  7. Jeffery Hadden, (1987). Toward Desacralizing Secularization Theory. Social Forces, 65 (3), 587-611.
  8. Mark Chaves, (1989). Secularization and Religious Revival: Evidence from U.S. Church Attendance Rates, 1972-1986. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 28 (4): 464-77.
  9. Davie, G. (1990). Believing without Belonging: Is this the Future of Religion in Britain?. Social Compass, 37 (4), 455-469.
  10. Frank Lechner, (1991). The Case against Secularization: A Rebuttal. Social Forces, 69 (4), 1103-1119.
  11. Rodney Stark & Laurence R Iannaccone, (1994). A Supply-Side Reinterpretation of the ‘Secularization’ of Europe. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 33 (3), 230-252.
  12. Mark Chaves, (1994). Secularization as Declining Religious Authority. Social Forces, 72 (3), 749-774.
  13. Jeffery Hadden, (1995). Religion and the Quest for Meaning and Order: Old Paradigms, New Realities. Sociological Focus, 28 (1), 83-100.
  14. Peter L. Berger, (1997). Epistemological modesty: An Interview with Peter Berger. Christian Century 114, 972-75.
  15. David Yamane, (1997), Secularization on Trial In Defense of a Neosecularization Paradigm. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 36 (1), 109-122.
  16. Steve Bruce, (1998). The Charismatic Movement and the Secularization. Religion, 28 (3), 223-232.
  17. Karel Dobbelaere, (1999). Towards an Integrated Perspective of the Processes Related to the Descriptive Concept of Secularization. Sociology of Religion, 60 (3), 229-247.
  18. Steve Bruce, (1999). Modernisation, Religious Diversity and Rational Choice in Eastern Europe. Religion, State and Society, 27 (3-4), 265-275.
  19. Rodney Stark (1999). Secularization, R.I.P.. Sociology of Religion, 60 (3): 249-273.
  20. Philip Gorski, (2000). Historicizing the Secularization Debate: Church, State, and Society in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. American Sociological Review, 65 (1), 138-167.
  21. Harvey Cox & Jan Swyngedouw, (2000). The Myth of the Twentieth Century: The Rise and Fall of Secularization. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 27 (1/2), 1-13.
  22. Steve Bruce, (2000). The Supply-Side Model of Religion: The Nordic and Baltic States. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 39 (1): 32-46.
  23. Steve Bruce, (2001). Christianity in Britain, R.I.P. Sociology of Religion, 62 (2):191-203.
  24. David Voas & Alasdair Crockett (2005). Religion in Britain: Neither Believing nor Belonging. Sociology, 39 (1), 11-28.
  25. Detlef Pollack & Gerrit Pickel (2007). Religious Individualization or Secularization? Testing Hypotheses of Religious Change – the Case of Eastern and Western Germany. The British Journal of Sociology, 58 (4), 603-632.
  26. Peter L. Berger, (2008, February). Secularization Falsified.
  27. Philip S. Gorski and Ates¸ Altınordu. (2008). After Secularization? The Annual Review of Sociology, 34: 55–85.

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