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Sacralization Ideology

This refers to the degree to which individuals want to see the public sphere “re-sacralized” by the influence of their particular religious preference.  This can range from the display of explicitly religious symbols in public spaces to governmental declarations of an official religion.

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Citations:

Froese, Paul D. and F. Carson Mencken.  2009.  “An American Holy War?  The Effects of Religion on Iraq Policy Issues.”  Social Science Quarterly 90(1):103-116.

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