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Prutskova Elena, Markin Kirill. 2018. "Trans. from English: Huber S., Huber O.W. The Centrality of Religiosity Scale (CRS)." Sociology: methodology, methods, mathematical modeling (4M), No. 47, 144-171.
Kostrova Elizaveta. 2017. "Transl. to russian: Sunden, Hjalmar. «Die Religion und die Rollen: Eine psychologische Untersuchung der Frommigkeit [Kap.1]»." Modern Western Psychology of Religion: A Reader, 27–58, Moscow: PSTGU, 2017.
Kostrova Elizaveta. 2017. "Transl. to russian: Wikstrom, Owe. «Attribution, Roles and Religion: A Theoretical Analysis of Sunden's Role Theory of Religion and the Attributional Approach to Religious Experience»." Modern Western Psychology of Religion: A Reader, 116-33, Moscow: PSTGU, 2017.
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Zabaev Ivan, Kostrova Elizaveta. 2014. "Trans. from German: Luckman Thomas. An Afterword to the German Edition of The Invisible Religion." Russian Sociological Review, 1 (13): 139-154, Moscow.
"In the afterword to the third edition published more than twenty years after the initial publication of The Invisible Religion, Thomas Luckmann seeks to summarize and to clarify his position as described in his book. He argues against the idea of the decreasing importance of religion in modern society, and proposes a renewed understanding of religion that would not be confined to the intuitions of the Western world. Luckmann’s definition of religion is based on the notion of “transcendences”, which he divides into “small”, “middle”, and “great” categories. It is the experience of the “great” transcendence which leads everyday life away to another reality that plays a key role in the emergence of what is meant by religion. There is a certain order of signs that corresponds to the order of transcendences, and makes it possible to transfer the content of subjective experience of transcendence into intersubjective reality. Symbols appear to be a way of “great” transcendence appresentation, and ritual is considered as its implementation in a social action. By way of a specific set of communicative actions and with the use of symbolic and linguistic resources, subjective experience of transcendence is converted into an objective social structure, so that transcendence experiences become intersubjective and can now serve as a subject of discussion, modification and interpretation. In conclusion, Luckmann turns to the modern situation of religion, and characterizes it as the “privatization” of religion."