Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Religion

ISBN-10: 0199588961
ISBN-13: 9780199588961
Edition: 2011
Authors: Peter Clarke
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Book details

Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 2/3/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1064
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 2.50" tall
Weight: 4.092
Language: English

Introduction:Towards a Global Framework and Organic Understanding of Religion
Theory: Classical, Modern and Postmodern
Reappraising Durkheim for the Study and Teaching of Religion
The Uses of Max Weber: Legitimation and Amnesia in Buddhology, South Asian History, and Anthropological Practice Theory
Max Weber: Religion and Modernization
Max Weber on Islam and Confucianism: the Kantian Theory of Secularization
Religion in the Works of Habermas, Bourdieu and Foucault
Rational Choice Theory: A Critique
Religion and Gender
Religion and Modernity Worldwide
Postmodernism and Religion
Religion and Power
Culture and Religion
Method
Methodology in the Sociology of Religion
Conceptual Models in the Study of Religion
Defining Religion: A Social Science Approach
Explaining Religion through Cognitive Science
Religion and related spheres: Morality, Science, Irreligion, Art and Sexuality
Science and Religion
Atheism
Religion and Morality
The Contemporary Convergence of Art and Religion
The Social Roots and Meaning of Trance and Possession
Religion and the State, the Nation, the Law
Religion and the State
Religion and Nationalism
Religion and the Law: An Interactionist View
The Socio-cultural and Socio-religious Origins of Human Rights
Globalisation and its Religious Effects
Globalization, Theocratization and Politicized Civil Rights
Migration and the Globalization of Religion
Religious Fundamentalism
Religious Diversity
Standard or Mainstream Religion
The Meaning and Scope of Secularization
The Sociology of the Clergy
Congregations: Local, Social and Religious
Church-Sect-Cult:Constructing Typologies of Religious Groups
Sects in Islam
The Reproduction and Transmission of Religion
The Reproduction and Transmission of Religion
Generations and Religion
Religion and Family
Religion and Ritual
Religion in the Media
Religion and the Internet
New Religion, New Spirituality and Implicit Religion
New Religious Movements
Unchurched Spirituality
Spiritualities of Life
The Sociology of Esotericism
Implicit Religion
Environmental and Social Issues
Religion and Ecology
Religion, Spirituality and Health: An Institutional Approach
Religion and Social Problems: A New Theoretical Perspective
Religion and Social Problems: Individual and Institutional Responses
The Role of Religious Institutions in Responding to Crime and Delinquency
Religion and Altruism
Religious Violence
Girard, Religion, Violence, and Modern Martydom
Teaching the Sociology of Religion
The Teacher as Religious Ethnographer
Ethnography/ Religion: Explorations in Field and Classroom
Index

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