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Open Access Journal | ISSN: 2183-2463

The Role of Religions and Conspiracy Theories in Democratic and Authoritarian Regimes

Academic Editors: Oliver Hidalgo (University of Münster) and Alexander Yendell (Leipzig University)

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The Role of Religions and Conspiracy Theories in Democratic and Authoritarian Regimes
Oliver Fernando Hidalgo and Alexander Yendell
Editorial | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022
On Conspiracy Thinking: Conspiracist Ideology as a Modern Phenomenon
Stefan Christoph
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022
Religions and Conspiracy Theories as the Authoritarian “Other” of Democracy?
Oliver Fernando Hidalgo
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022
Conspiracy Theory Beliefs and Political Trust: The Moderating Role of Political Communication
Bernd Schlipphak, Mujtaba Isani and Mitja D. Back
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022
When Believing in Divine Immanence Explains Vaccine Hesitancy: A Matter of Conspiracy Beliefs?
Riccardo Ladini and Cristiano Vezzoni
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022
Covid‐19‐Related Conspiracy Myths, Beliefs, and Democracy‐Endangering Consequences
Gert Pickel, Cemal Öztürk, Verena Schneider, Susanne Pickel and Oliver Decker
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022
Links Between Conspiracy Thinking and Attitudes Toward Democracy and Religion: Survey Data From Poland
Franciszek Czech
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022
Individual‐Level Predictors of Conspiracy Mentality in Germany and Poland
Fahima Farkhari, Bernd Schlipphak and Mitja D. Back
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022
The Anti-Homophobia Bill (PLC 122) in Brazil: Conspiracies and Conflicts Between the Constitution and the Bible
Diego Galego
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022
Religion, Conspiracy Thinking, and the Rejection of Democracy: Evidence From the UK
Alexander Yendell and David Herbert
Article | Open Access | Published: 24 November 2022