Имя кратко: Чавес М.
Библиография работ автора:
2010 Chaves, Mark. Continuity and Change in American Religion. Under contract with Princeton University Press.
2004 _______. Congregations in America. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
1999 Chaves, Mark, and Sharon Miller (eds.). Financing American Religion. Walnut Creek, California: Alta Mira Press (Sage Publications).
1997 Chaves, Mark. Ordaining Women: Culture and Conflict in Religious Organizations. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
Статьи и главы в книгах
2009 Chaves, Mark, and Diana Garland. “The Prevalence of Clergy Sexual Advances towards Adults in their Congregations.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion: forthcoming.
2009 Chaves, Mark, and Bob Wineburg. “Did the Faith-Based Initiative Change Congregations?” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 38:forthcoming.
2009 Chaves, Mark, and Shawna Anderson. “Continuity and Change in American Religion, 1972-2006.” Forthcoming in Social Trends in the United States, 1972-2006: Evidence from the General Social Survey, ed. by Peter V. Marsden. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
2009 Ellison, Christopher, Neal Krause, Bryan Shepherd, and Mark Chaves. “Size, Conflict, and Opportunities for Interaction: Congregational Size Effects on Members’ Anticipated Support and Negative Interaction.” Journal for the
Scientific Study of Religion 48:1-15.
2009 Chaves, Mark. “Congregations’ Significance to American Civic Life.” Pp. 69-81 in The Civic Life of American Religion, ed. by Paul Lichterman and C. Brady Potts. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
A version of this chapter was published as “Congregations’ Significance to American Civic Life.” Pp. 31-43 in Civil Society, Civic Engagement and Catholicism in the United States, ed. by Antonius Liedhegener and Werner Kremp. Trier, Germany: Wissenschaftlicher Verlager Trier, 2007. A version of this chapter was published as “What Do Congregations Do? The Significance of Christian Congregations to American Civic Life.” Word & World 27:295-304, Summer 2007.
2008 Chaves, Mark, and Shawna Anderson. “Continuity and Change in American Congregations: Introducing the Second Wave of the National Congregations Study.” Sociology of Religion 69:415-440.
2008 Anderson, Shawna L., Jessica Hamar Martinez, Catherine Hoegeman, Gary Adler, and Mark Chaves. “Dearly Departed: How Often Do Congregations Close?” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47:321-328.
2007 Presser, Stanley, and Mark Chaves. “Is Religious Service Attendance Declining?” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 46:417-423.
2006 _______. “All Creatures Great and Small: Megachurches in Context.” Review of Religious Research 47:329-346. To be reprinted in Sociology of Religion: A Reader, Second Edition, ed. by Susanne Monahan, William Mirola, and Michael Emerson, Pearson Education, 2010.
2005 Barman, Emily and Mark Chaves. “Strategy and Restructure in the United Church of Christ.” Pp. 466-492 in Church, Identity, and Change: Theology and Denominational Structures in Unsettled Times, edited by David A. Roozen and James R. Nieman. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
2004 Chaves, Mark, Laura Stephens, and Joseph Galaskiewicz. “Does Government Funding Suppress Nonprofits’ Political Activities?” American Sociological Review 69:292-316.
Winner of the 2005 Best Article Award from the Academy of Management’s Public and Nonprofit Division.
2004 Chaves, Mark, and John Sutton. “Organizational Consolidation in American Protestant Denominations, 1890-1990.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 43:51-66.
2004 Sutton, John, and Mark Chaves. “Explaining Schism in American Protestant Denominations, 1890-1990.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 43:171-190.
2004 Wilcox, W. Bradford, Mark Chaves, and David Franz. “Focused on the Family? Religious Traditions, Family Discourse, and Pastoral Practice.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 43:491-504.
2004 Chaves, Mark, John P.N. Massad, and Rhys H. Williams. “Are Priests Employees? The State, Professionals, and Change in Religious Organizations.” Forthcoming in Bending the Bars of the Iron Cage: Institutional Dynamics and Processes, edited by Walter W. Powell and Daniel L. Jones, University of Chicago Press.
2003 Beyerlein, Kraig, and Mark Chaves. “The Political Activities of Religious Congregations in the United States.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 42:229-246.
2003 Chaves, Mark, and Laura Stephens. “Church Attendance in the United States.” Pp. 85-95 in Handbook of the Sociology of Religion, edited by Michele Dillon. New York: Cambridge University Press.
2002 Chaves, Mark. “Religious Congregations.” Pp. 275-298 in The State of America’s Nonprofit Sector, edited by Lester Salamon. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
2002 _______. “Religious Organizations: Data Resources and Research Opportunities.” American Behavioral Scientist 45:1523-1549.
2002 _______. “Abiding Faith.” Contexts 1 (No. 2, Summer 2002):19-26. Reprinted in The Contexts Reader, ed. by Jeff Goodwin and James M. Jasper, New York: W. W. Norton, 2007. Reprinted in Sociological Odyssey, 3rd Edition, ed. by Peter Adler and Patti Adler, Florence, KY: Wadsworth Publishing, 2010.
2002 _______. “The Women that Publish the Tidings: The International Association of Women Ministers.” Pp. 257-275 in Women in Twentieth Century Protestantism, edited by Margaret Lamberts Bendroth and Virginia Lieson Brereton. Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
2002 Chaves, Mark, Helen Giesel, and William Tsitsos. “Religious Variations in Public Presence: Evidence from the National Congregations Study.” Pp. 108-128 in The Quiet Hand of God: Faith Based Activism and the Public Role of Mainline Protestantism, edited by Robert Wuthnow and John H. Evans. Berkeley: University of California Press.
2001 Chaves, Mark and Philip S. Gorski. “Religious Pluralism and Religious Participation.” Annual Review of Sociology 27:261-281.
2001 Chaves, Mark, and William Tsitsos. “Congregations and Social Services: What They Do, How They Do It, and With Whom.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 30:660-683.
Winner of the 2002 Award for Outstanding Article in the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly from the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action.
2001 Foley, Michael W., John D. McCarthy, and Mark Chaves. “Social Capital, Religious Institutions, and Poor Communities.” Pp. 215-245 in Social Capital and Poor Communities, edited by Susan Saegert, J. Phillip Thompson, and Mark Warren. New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press. Reprinted in: The Community Development Reader, ed. by James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert. New York: Routledge, 2008.
2001 Chaves, Mark. “Testing the Assumptions: Who Provides Social Services?” Pp. 287-296 in Sacred Places, Civic Purposes, edited by E. J. Dionne Jr. and Ming Hsu. Chen. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
2001 Barman, Emily and Mark Chaves. “Lessons for Multi-Site Nonprofits from the United Church of Christ.” Nonprofit Management & Leadership 11:339-352.
2000 Konieczny, Mary Ellen and Mark Chaves. “Resources, Race, and Female-Headed Congregations in the United States.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 39:261-271.
2000 Chaves, Mark and William Tsitsos. “Are Congregations Constrained by Government? Empirical Results from the National Congregations Study.” Journal of Church and State 42:335-344.
1999 Chaves, Mark. “Religious Congregations and Welfare Reform: Who Will Take Advantage of 'Charitable Choice'?” American Sociological Review 64:836-846.
1999 Chaves, Mark, Mary Ellen Konieczny, Kraig Beyerlein, and Emily Barman. “The National Congregations Study: Background, Methods, and Selected Results.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 38:458-476.
1999 Chaves, Mark. “Financing American Religion.” Pp. 169-188 in Financing American Religion, edited by Mark Chaves and Sharon L. Miller. Walnut Creek, CA: Alta Mira Press (Sage Publications).
1998 _______. “The Religious Ethic and the Spirit of Nonprofit Entrepreneurship.” Pp. 47-65 in Private Action and the Public Good, edited by Walter W. Powell and Elisabeth Clemens. Yale University Press.
1998 Hadaway, C. Kirk, Penny Marler, and Mark Chaves. “Over-reporting Church Attendance in America: Evidence that Demands the Same Verdict.” American Sociological Review 63:122-130.
1997 Chaves, Mark. “Secularization: A Luhmannian Reflection.” Soziale Systeme 3:437-448.
1997 Chaves, Mark, and James Cavendish. “Recent Changes in Women’s Ordination Conflicts: The Effect of a Social Movement on Intraorganizational Controversy.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 36:574-584.
1997 Chaves, Mark. “The Symbolic Significance of Women's Ordination.” The Journal of Religion 77:87-114.
1996 Chaves, Mark, and James Montgomery. “Rationality and the Framing of Religious Choices.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 35:128-144.
1996 Chaves, Mark. “Ordaining Women: The Diffusion of an Organizational Innovation.” The American Journal of Sociology 101:840-73.
1995 Kniss, Fred, and Mark Chaves. “Analyzing Intradenominational Conflict: New Directions.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 34:172-185.
1995 Chaves, Mark. “On the Rational Choice Approach to Religion.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 34:98-104.
1994 Chaves, Mark, and James Cavendish. “More Evidence on U.S. Catholic Church Attendance.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 33:382-387.
1994 Chaves, Mark, Peter J. Schraeder, and Mario Sprindys. “State Regulation of Religion and Muslim Religious Vitality in the Industrialized West.” Journal of Politics 56:1087-1097.
1994 Chaves, Mark. “Secularization as Declining Religious Authority.” Social Forces 72:749-774.
1993 Hadaway, C. Kirk, Penny Long Marler, and Mark Chaves. “What the Polls Don't Show: A Closer Look at U.S. Church Attendance.” American Sociological Review 58:741-752. Reprinted in Mapping the Social Landscape: Readings in Sociology, 2nd Edition, edited by Susan J. Ferguson, Mayfield Publishing Co, 1999. Reprinted in Investigating the Social World, 6th Edition, edited by Russell K. Schutt, Pine Forest Press, 2010.
1993 Chaves, Mark. “Intraorganizational Power and Internal Secularization within Protestant Denominations.” American Journal of Sociology 99(1):1-48.
Winner of the 1991 Robert J. McNamara Student Paper Award from the Association for the Sociology of Religion.
1993 _______. “Denominations as Dual Structures: An Organizational Analysis.” Sociology of Religion 54(2):147-169.
Reprinted in Demerath, N.J., Peter Dobkin Hall, Terry Schmitt, and Rhys Williams, (eds.). 1998. Sacred Companies: Organizational Aspects of Religion and Religious Aspects of Organizations. New York: Oxford University Press.
1992 Chaves, Mark, and Lynn M. Higgins. “Comparing the Community Involvement of Black and White Congregations.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 31(4):425-440.
1992 Chaves, Mark, and David E. Cann. “Reply to Boudon and Tong.” Rationality and Society: 4(4):476-480.
1992 _______. “Regulation, Pluralism, and Religious Market Structure: Explaining Religion's Vitality.” Rationality and Society 4(3):272-290.
1991 Chaves, Mark. “Family Structure and Protestant Church Attendance: The Sociological Basis of Cohort and Age Effects.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 30(4):501-514.
1991 _______. “Segmentation in a Religious Labor Market.” Sociological Analysis 52(2):143-158.
1991 _______. “The Changing Career Tracks of Elite Disciples Professionals.” Pp. 343-358 in A Case Study of Mainstream Protestantism: The Disciples' Relation to American Culture, 1880-1989, edited by Newell Williams. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.
1990 _______. “Holding the Center: Reply to Hout and Greeley.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 29(4):525-530.
1989 _______. “Secularization and Religious Revival: Evidence from U.S. Church Attendance Rates, 1972-1986.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 28(4):464-477.
Winner of the 1988 Student Paper Award from the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.
1988 _______. “In the Meantime . . . (Response to Ploch).” Sociological Analysis 49(3):304-305.