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Society for the Scientific Study of Religion

The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (founded in 1949)[1] was formed to advance research in the social scientific perspective on religious institutions and experiences.[2]

Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion

The Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion is published by the Society to provide a forum for empirical papers in the topic area.

Notes

  1. ^ Glock, 2000 p. 243
  2. ^ SSSRweb.org: About Us

References

  • Glock, Charles Y. (Dec, 2000), "Remembrances of Things Past: SSSR's Formative Years," Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 39, No. 4, pp. 423–426

External links

  • Society for the Scientific Study of Religion
  • The Journal Homepage


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