Religious Fundamentalism, Attitudes toward Political Violence, and Developmental Idealism among Youth in Egypt and Saudi Arabia – 2005
Comparative Values Surveys of Islamic Countries
Comparative Study of Ideological Production in the Islamic World
Comparative Cross-National Study of Religious Fundamentalism, Developmental Idealism, Values, and Morality in the Middle East and North Africa
Collective Action in the Middle East: A Cross-National Survey of People’s Values and Political Engagement
Collaborative Research on Belief Formation and Political Engagement: A Panel Study of the Dynamics of Change in Egypt and Turkey
Comparative Panel Survey on the Dynamics of Change: Belief Formation and Political Engagement in Egypt, Tunisia, and Turkey
Arland Thornton, University of Michigan
Mark Tessler, University of Michigan
Mansoor Moaddel, University of Maryland
Stuart Karabenick, University of Michigan
Moaddel M, and Karabenick S. 2013. “Religious Fundamentalism in the Middle East: A Cross-National, Inter-Faith and Inter-Ethnic Analysis.” Leiden: Brill.
Moaddel M, and Karabenick S. 2008. “Religious Fundamentalism among Young Muslims in Egypt and Saudi Arabia.” Social Forces 86(4): 1675-1710.
Ajrouch K, and Moaddel M. 2007. “Social Structure versus Perception: A Cross-National Comparison of the Determinants of Self-Rated Health in Egypt, Iran, Jordan, and the US.” in Values and Perceptions of the Islamic and Middle Eastern Publics: Findings from Values Survey. Mansoor Moaddel, Ed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 181-208.
Davis NJ, and Robinson R. 2006. “The Egalitarian Face of Islamic Orthodoxy: Support for Islamic Law and Economic Justice in Seven Muslim-Majority Nations.” American Sociological Review 71(2): 167-90.
Moaddel M, and Abdel-Latif A. 2006. “Events and Value Change: The Impact of September 11, 2001 on the Worldviews of Egyptians and Moroccans.” Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion 2, Article 5: 1-48.
Moaddel M. 2004. “The Future of Islam After 9/11.” Futures 36(9): 961-77.
Moaddel M. 2003. “Public Opinion in Islamic Countries: Survey Results.” Footnotes 31(1).
Moaddel M. 2003. “The Worldviews of Islamic Publics: The Cases of Egypt, Iran, and Jordan.” in Human Values and Social Change: Findings from the Values Surveys. Ronald Inglehart, Ed. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.
Tessler M. 2002. “Do Islamic Orientations Influence Attitudes toward Democracy in the Arab World? Evidence from Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, and Algeria.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 43(3-5): 229-49.
Moaddel M. 2002. “Jordanian Exceptionalism: An Analysis of State-Religion Relationship in Egypt, Iran, Jordan, and Syria.” New York: Palgrave.
Moaddel M, and Azadarmaki T. 2002. “The Worldviews of Islamic Publics: The Cases of Egypt, Iran, and Jordan.” Comparative Sociology 1, 3-4: 299-319.
Moaddel M. 2002. “Discursive Pluralism and the Rise of Islamic Modernism in Egypt.” Arab Studies Quarterly 24(1): 1-29.
Moaddel M. 2001. “Conditions for Ideological Production: The Origins of Islamic Modernism in India, Egypt, and Iran.” Theory and Society 30(October): 669-731.
Moaddel M. 1998. “Religion and Women: Islamic Modernism versus Islamic Fundamentalism.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37(1): 108-30.