For W 2/14

We'll answer these questions from Davie chapters 7 & 8 together.

1. What do age cohorts reveal about post-war religiosity in Europe and the US?

2. How does religion remain in the public sphere if the population is becoming less religious?

3. What is the difference between "hard" and "soft" indicators of religious belief?

4. How do established churches in Nordic societies indicate "vicarious religion"?

5. How has disestablishment in the US made vicarious religion less likely?

6. How do attendance trends differ for established or traditional denominations and evangelical or charismatic ones?

7. What is the relationship between religious pluralism and tolerance?

8. What is a new religious movement?

9. How does the shift from obligation to consumption help us understand the specific kind of pluralism of new religious movements or alternative religions?