Politics and Religion

(The TQCC of Politics and Religion is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Diyanet as a Turkish Foreign Policy Tool: Evidence from the Netherlands and Bulgaria46
Does Interviewer Religious Dress Affect Survey Responses? Evidence from Morocco33
Who Wants to Make America Great Again? Understanding Evangelical Support for Donald Trump32
Veiled Politics: Experiences with Discrimination among Muslim Americans24
Is Islam a Cure for Ethnic Conflict? Evidence from Turkey21
Religiosity and Trust in Religious Institutions: Tales from the South Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia)17
Islamization by Secular Ruling Parties: The Case of Bangladesh16
Is it Really God's Century? An Evaluation of Religious Support and Discrimination from 1990 to 200814
Political Mobilization in American Congregations: A Religious Economies Perspective11
Pentecostalism as an Informal Political Institution: Experimental Evidence from Ghana10
Pentecostal Identity and Citizen Engagement in Sub-Saharan Africa: New Evidence from Zambia10
Messages from Above: Conflict and Convergence of Messages to the Catholic Voter from the Catholic Church Hierarchy9
American Muslim Political Participation: Between Diversity and Cohesion9
Patterns of Political Secularism in Italy and Turkey: The Vatican and the Diyanet to the Test of Politics9
African, Religious, and Tolerant? How Religious Diversity Shapes Attitudes Toward Sexual Minorities in Africa8
Islam and the Islamic State's Magazine,Dabiq7
Religious Revival and Deprivatization in Post-Soviet Georgia: Reculturation of Orthodox Christianity and Deculturation of Islam6
Untold Story of Boko Haram Insurgency: The Lake Chad Oil and Gas Connection6
The Religion of the Nonreligious and the Politics of the Apolitical: The Transformation of Falun Gong from Healing Practice to Political Movement6
Religion and Education in the Shadow of the European Court of Human Rights6
Why Religious People Support Ethnic Insurgency? Kurds, Religion and Support for the PKK6
From Private to Religious Patriarchy: Gendered Consequences of Faith-Based Welfare Provision in Germany6
Do Not Cross the Line: The State Influence on Religious Education5
Military, Authoritarianism and Islam: A Comparative Analysis of Bangladesh and Pakistan5
Mosque Involvement and Political Engagement in the United States5
The Sacred as Secular: State Control and Mosques Neutrality in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia5
Freedom of Religion, the ECtHR and Grassroots Mobilization on Religious Education in Turkey5
Does Religiosity Protect Against War-Related Distress? Evidence from Bosnia and Herzegovina4
The Normative Power of Secularism. Tunisian Ennahda's Discourse on Religion, Politics, and the State (2011–2016)4
Secular–Religious Competition and the Exclusion of Islam from the Public Sphere: Islamic Welfare in Western Europe4
Is Islam Compatible with Free-Market Capitalism? An Empirical Analysis, 1970–20104
Religion and Democratic Citizenship: A Multilevel Examination4
Religious Authority in a Democratic Society: Clergy and Citizen Evidence from a New Measure4
Contesting Islamophobia and Securing Collective Rights: Muslim American Advocacy in the 2016 Elections4
The Secular-Religious Competition Perspective in Comparative Perspective4