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Creator/Author/Editor: Altınordu, Ateş

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2020

Altınordu, Ateş (2020) The politics of secularism: religion, diversity, and institutional change in France and Turkey. [Book Review]

Altınordu, Ateş (2020) Uncivil populism in power: the case of Erdoğanism. In: Alexander, Jeffrey C. and Kivisto, Peter and Sciortino, Giuseppe, (eds.) Civil Sphere and Populism. Polity, Cambridge and New York. (Accepted/In Press)

2019

Altınordu, Ateş (2019) Is Turkey a postsecular society? Secular differentiation, committed pluralism, and complementary learning in contemporary Turkey. In: Barkey, Karen and Kaviraj, Sudipta and Naresh, Vatsal, (eds.) Democracy and Religious Pluralism. Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York. (Accepted/In Press)

2016

Altınordu, Ateş (2016) The political incorporation of anti-system religious parties: the case of Turkish political Islam (1994–2011). Qualitative Sociology, 39 (2). pp. 147-171. ISSN 0162-0436 (Print) 1573-7837 (Online)

2015

Altınordu, Ateş (2015) Review of "Nurullah Ardıç. Islam and the politics of secularism: the caliphate and Middle Eastern modernization in the early twentieth century". [Book Review]

2014

Altınordu, Ateş (2014) Multiple modernities and postsecular societies. [Book Review]

2013

Altınordu, Ateş (2013) The rise and transformation of German political Catholicism (1848-1914) and Turkish political Islam (1970-2011). Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 65 (Supplement: 1). pp. 383-408. ISSN 0023-2653 (Print) 1861-891X (Online)

Altınordu, Ateş (2013) Toward a comparative historical sociology of religious politics. In: Bender, Courtney and Cadge, Wendy and Levitt, Peggy and Smilde, David, (eds.) Religion on the Edge: De-Centering and Re-Centering the Sociology of Religion. Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 67-91. ISBN 978-0-19-993862-9 ; 0199938628

2010

Altınordu, Ateş (2010) The politicization of religion: political Catholicism and political Islam in comparative perspective. Politics and Society, 38 (4). pp. 517-551. ISSN 0032-3292

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