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Religious pluralism, state and society in Asia

Chiara Formichi 1982- editor.

2014

Available at UDM McNichols Campus Library  UDM McNichols Library Stacks  (BL 1033 .R46 2014 )()

  • Title:
    Religious pluralism, state and society in Asia
  • Author: Chiara Formichi 1982- editor.
  • Description: Religious pluralism, state and society in Asia / Chiara Formichi -- Urbanization, civil society and religious pluralism in Indonesia and Turkey / Carool Kersten -- Sacred sites and social conflict : Yasukuni Shrine and religious pluralism in Japanese society / Mark R. Mullins -- Hierarchical plurality : state, religion, and pluralism in Southwest China / Liang Yongjia -- Literacy wars : children education and weekend madrasahs in Singapore / Phyllis Chew -- In the name of God : South Asian Muslims in a Chinese temple fair in Hong Kong / Wai-chi Chee -- Sweetness and light : the bright side of pluralism in a Rajasthan town / Ann Grodzins Gold -- Overcoming "hierarchized conviviality" in the Manila metropolis : religious pluralism and urbanization in the Philippines / Manuel Sapitula -- Actually existing religious pluralism in Kuala Lumpur / Yeoh Seng Guan -- Cosmopolitan Islam and inclusive Chinese-ness : Chinese-style mosques in Indonesia / Wai-weng Hew -- Ramadan in the newsroom : Malaysiakini, Tempo, and the state in Indonesia and Malaysia / Janet Steele -- Pluralist currents and counter-currents in the Indonesian mass-media : the case of Anand Krishna / Julia Day Howell -- A Sufi, Sikh, Hindu, Buddhist, TV guru : Anandmurti Gurumaa / Angela Rudert.
    "Taking a critical approach to the concept of 'religious pluralism', this book examines whether Asian societies favour one religion over a number of different religious traditions. It looks at the quality of relations that emerge in encounters among people of different religious traditions or among people who hold different visions within the same tradition. Chapters focus in particular on the places of everyday religious diversity in Asian societies in order to explore how religious groups have confronted new situations of religious diversity. The book goes on to explore the conditions under which active religious pluralism emerges (or not) from material contexts of diversity"--
  • Local Note: acq2016rel
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge
  • Format: xi, 265 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Identifier: ISBN 9780415838849;ISBN 0415838843;ISBN 1134575351 (electronic bk.);ISBN 9781134575350 (electronic bk.)
  • Subjects: Religious pluralism -- Asia; Religion and state -- Asia; Religion and sociology -- Asia; Religion; Religion and sociology; Religion and state; Religious pluralism; Religiöser Pluralismus; Staat; Gesellschaft; Asia -- Religion; Asia; Asien
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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