- Title Pages
- List of tables, figures and maps
- Notes on contributors
TwoBetween contextuality and comparability: a dilemma in qualitative comparative case studies
ThreeUsing case studies in religion, values and welfare research
FourSocial cohesion: from research to practice
FiveThe WaVE project as a record of religious and social transformations in northern Europe
SixThe intersections of state, family and church in Italy and Greece
SevenReligion, welfare and gender: the post-communist experience
EightUnderstanding religious minority communities as civil society actors
NineStriving to live the good life: the tension between self-fulfilment and family obligations for women in northern England
TenReligion as a resource or as a source of exclusion? The case of Muslim women’s shelters
ElevenThe moral and gendered crisis of the Italian welfare system seen through the prism of migrant women’s reproductive health
TwelveWelfare and values in Europe: insights drawn from a comparative cross-country analysis
- Appendix: the WaVE team
- Religion and Welfare in Europe
- Lina Molokotos-Liederman, Anders Bäckström, Grace Davie
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