Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion.v.10

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Joanne Marie Greer, David O. Moberg
BRILL, 2001. ápr. 1. - 220 oldal
The purpose of this book is to provide an outlet for original research articles examining the role and value of religious and spiritual constructs across the social sciences. The aim of the series is to include an international and interfaith voice to this research dialogue. An effort is made to be interdisciplinary and academically eclectic. The articles in each volume represent a wide array of perspectives and research projects. Most of the articles report the findings of quantitative or qualitative investigations, but some deal with methodology, theory, or applications of social science studies in the field of religion, and some are applied, demonstrating the relevance of the social sciences to religious organizations and their clergy. The value of the volume is that it gives to researchers in this area a broad perspective on the issues and methods of religious research across a spectrum of academic disciplines. The aim of the book is to stimulate a creative, integrative dialogue that will enhance interdisciplinary research.
 

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BEYOND BELIEF AND UNBELIEF
1
LEGITIMATION OF HATRED OR INVERSION INTO
17
A CASE STUDY USING THE BIBLE
37
ROLE CHANGE AMONG
77
THE POLITICS OF RELIGION IN PLANTATION
91
COGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES OF FAITH IN
117
ECCLESIASTICAL CONFLICT
137
CHANGING PATTERNS OF MAINLINE
171
ITS IMPACT
191
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
217
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