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    Money, Sex, and God: The Erotic Logic of Religious Nationalism.Roger Friedland - 2002 - Sociological Theory 20 (3):381-425.
    God is once again afoot in the public sphere. Politics has become a religious obligation. For a new breed of religious nationalist the nation-state is a vehicle of the divine. This essay seeks to accomplish four things. The first is to argue for an institutional approach to religious nationalism in order both to interpret and explain it. Second, I argue that religion and nationalism partake of a common symbolic order and that religious nationalism is therefore not an oxymoron. Third, the (...)
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    Critical Theory, Authoritarianism, and the Politics of Lipstick From the Weimar Republic to the Contemporary Middle East.Roger Friedland & Janet Afary - 2018 - Critical Research on Religion 6 (3):243-268.
    In 2012–13, we signed up for Facebook in seven Middle East and North Africa countries and used Facebook advertisements to encourage young people to participate in our survey. Nearly 18,000 individuals responded. Some of the questions in our survey dealing with attitudes about women’s work and cosmetics were adopted from a survey conducted by the Frankfurt School in 1929 in Germany. The German survey had shown that a great number of men, irrespective of their political affiliation harbored highly authoritarian attitudes (...)
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  3. Nowhere: Space, Time, and Modernity.Roger Friedland & Deirdre Boden - 1994 - University of California Press.
    The fall of the Berlin wall, the uprising at Tiananmen Square, the war in the Persian Gulf, the conflict in Bosnia—such events have been fundamentally affected by modern technology. As we become instant spectators of war, famine, and revolution, time and space assume new global meanings. This provocative volume presents an eclectic group of contributors who attempt to make sense of the "now" and the "here" that define the modern age. The essays, by anthropologists, religionists, geographers, linguists, sociologists, and historians, (...)
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    The Institutional Logics of Love: Measuring Intimate Life.Roger Friedland, John W. Mohr, Henk Roose & Paolo Gardinali - 2014 - Theory and Society 43 (3-4):333-370.
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    Theorizing the Institution: Foundations, Duality, and Data. [REVIEW]John W. Mohr & Roger Friedland - 2008 - Theory and Society 37 (5):421-426.
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    The Gods of Institutional Life: Weber’s Value Spheres and the Practice of Polytheism.Roger Friedland - 2013 - Critical Research on Religion 1 (1):15-24.
    Weber's theory of value spheres outlines a project of institutional polytheism, each ordered around a ‘god’. This suggests not only that social theory can build a religious sociology, but that a theory of institutions must be an exercise in comparative religions. Weber's comparative sociology of religions, however, does not align with his theory of value spheres in terms of his distinction between polytheism and monotheism, transcendence and immanence, salvation and mysticism, being possessed and possessing. A theory of institutional logics points (...)
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    Love in the Middle East: The Contradictions of Romance in the Facebook World.Cambria Naslund, Paolo Gardinali, Janet Afary & Roger Friedland - 2016 - Critical Research on Religion 4 (3):229-258.
    Romantic love is a social fact in the Muslim world. It is also a gender politics impinging on religious and patriarchal understandings of female modesty and agency. This paper analyzes the rise of love as a basis of mate selection in a number of Muslim-majority countries: Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Pakistan, Palestine, Tunisia, and Turkey where we have conducted Web-based anonymous surveys of Facebook users. Young people increasingly want love in their married lives, but they and the communities in which they (...)
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    Nations, Parties, and Participation: A Critique of Political Sociology. [REVIEW]Robert R. Alford & Roger Friedland - 1974 - Theory and Society 1 (3):307-328.
  9. Acknowledgment of Outside Reviewers for 1995.Margaret Andersen, Brian M. Downing, Steven Epstein, K. Peter Etzkorn, Andrew Feenberg, John Foran, Roger Friedland, Nehemia Geva, Bob Holton & Richard Lachmann - 1996 - Theory and Society 25:155.
  10. Corporate Power and Urban Growth: The Case of Urban Renewal.Roger Friedland - 1980 - Politics and Society 10 (2):203-224.
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    Private and Social Wage Expansion in the Advanced Market Economies.Roger Friedland & Jimy Sanders - 1986 - Theory and Society 15 (1):193-222.
  12. Class Power and Social Control: The War on Poverty.Roger Friedland - 1976 - Politics and Society 6 (4):459-489.
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