Sociology: Secularisation

Breschi, M., Ruiu, G. & Francini, M. 2018

‘“Ashes to ashes…”: could the recent evolution of the cremation practice in Italy be interpreted as an indicator of secularisation?’, Review of Religious Research, 60:519-533.

Kjærsgaard Markussen, A. 2013

‘Dead and the state of religion in Denmark: belonging, believing and doing’, in E. Venbrux, T. Quartier, C. Venhost and B. Mathijssen (eds) Changing European Deathways, Wien: Lit Verlag, 165-190.

Kjærsgaard Markussen, A. 2014

“Finding consolation on churchyards in Lutheran Denmark”Nederlands Theologisch Tijdschrift, 68:1-2, 101-119.

Kjærsgaard Markussen, A. 2013

“Kirkegården som religiøst rum”. Kirkegårdskultur, pp. 64-70.

Venbrux, E., Peelen, J. & Altena, M. 2009

‘Going Dutch: individiualisation, secularisation and changes in death rites’, Mortality, 14:2, 97-101.


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