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Handbook of the Sociology of Religion - Michele Dillon
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[EAN: 9780521806244], [PU: Cambridge University Press], Religion|Christianity|Christian Life, Brand NEW unread book hard cover bound book. We ship using Royal Mail or courier in the UK and Europe with tracking number for heavier or more valuable items. All USA orders have a parcel tracking number.This handbook showcases current research and thinking in the sociology of religion.This handbook showcases current research and thinking in the sociology of religion. The contributors, all active writers and researchers in the area, provide original chapters focusing on select aspects of their own engagement with the field. Aimed at students and scholars who want to know more about the sociology of religion, this handbook also provides a resource for sociologists in general by integrating broader questions of sociology (e.g. demography, ethnicity, life course, inequality, political sociology) into the analysis of religion. Broadly inclusive of traditional research topics (modernity, secularization, politics) as well as newer interests (feminism, spirituality, faith based community action), this handbook illustrates the validity of diverse theoretical perspectives and research designs to understanding the multi-layered nature of religion as a sociological phenomenon.This handbook showcases current research and thinking in the sociology of religion. Aimed at students and scholars who want to know more about the sociology of religion, this handbook provides a resource for sociologists by integrating broader questions of sociology into the analysis of religion.This handbook showcases current research and thinking in the sociology of religion. The contributors, all active writers and researchers in the area, provide original chapters focusing on select aspects of their own engagement with the field. Aimed at students and scholars who want to know more about the sociology of religion, this handbook also provides a resource for sociologists in general by integrating broader questions of sociology (e.g. demography, ethnicity, life course, inequality, political sociology) into the analysis of religion.Part I. Religion as a Field of Sociological Knowledge: 1. The sociology of religion in late modernity Michele Dillon; 2. Studying religion, making it sociological Robert Wuthnow; 3. The ritual roots of society and culture Robert Bellah; 4. Social forms of religion and religions in contemporary global society Peter Beyer; 5. The evolution of the sociology of religion: theme and variations Grace Davies; Part II. Religion and Social Change: 6. Demographic methods for the sociology of religion Michael Hout; 7. Church attendance in the United States Mark Chaves and Laura Stephens; 8. The dynamics of religious economies Roger Fink and Rodney Stark; 9. Historicizing the secularization debate: an agenda for research Philip Gorski; 10. Escaping the procrustean bed: a critical analysis of the study of religious organizations, 1930â€"2001 Patricia M. Y. Chung; 11. Religion and spirituality: toward an integrated analysis Wade Clark Roof; Part III. Religion and the Life Course: 12. Religious socialization: sources of influence and influences of agency Darren Sherkat; 13. In rhetoric and practice: defining the ‘good family’ in local congregations Penny Edgell Becker; 14. Religion and health: depressive symptoms and mortality as case studies Michael McCullough and Timothy Smith; 15. Religion, spirituality, and vital involvement in late adulthood Michele Dillon and Paul Wink; Part IV. Religion and Social Identity: 16. Religious identities and religious institutions Nancy Ammerman; 17. Religion and the new immigrants Helen Rose Ebaugh; 18. A journey of the ‘straight way’ or the ‘roundabout path’: Jewish identity in the United States and Israel Arnold Dashefsky, Bernard Lazerwitz and Ephraim Tabory; 19. Beyond the synogogue Lynn Davidman; 20. Dis/location: emerging feminist inquiry in the sociology of religion Mary Jo Neitz; Part V. Religion, Political Behavior, and Public Culture: 21. Religion and political behavior Jeff Manza and Nathan W.

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR], Short description/annotation This handbook showcases current research and thinking in the sociology of religion. Main description This handbook showcases current research and thinking in the sociology of religion. The contributors, all active writers and researchers in the area, provide original chapters focusing on select aspects of their own engagement with the field. Aimed at students and scholars who want to know more about the sociology of religion, this handbook also provides a resource for sociologists in general by integrating broader questions of sociology (e.g. demography, ethnicity, life course, inequality, political sociology) into the analysis of religion. Broadly inclusive of traditional research topics (modernity, secularization, politics) as well as newer interests (feminism, spirituality, faith based community action), this handbook illustrates the validity of diverse theoretical perspectives and research designs to understanding the multi-layered nature of religion as a sociological phenomenon. Table of contents: Part I. Religion as a Field of Sociological Knowledge: 1. The sociology of religion in late modernity Michele Dillon 2. Studying religion, making it sociological Robert Wuthnow 3. The ritual roots of society and culture Robert Bellah 4. Social forms of religion and religions in contemporary global society Peter Beyer 5. The evolution of the sociology of religion: theme and variations Grace Davies Part II. Religion and Social Change: 6. Demographic methods for the sociology of religion Michael Hout 7. Church attendance in the United States Mark Chaves and Laura Stephens 8. The dynamics of religious economies Roger Fink and Rodney Stark 9. Historicizing the secularization debate: an agenda for research Philip Gorski 10. Escaping the procrustean bed: a critical analysis of the study of religious organizations, 1930-2001 Patricia M. Y. Chung 11. Religion and spirituality: toward an integrated analysis Wade Clark Roof Part III. Religion and the Life Course: 12. Religious socialization: sources of influence and influences of agency Darren Sherkat 13. In rhetoric and practice: defining the 'good family' in local congregations Penny Edgell Becker 14. Religion and health: depressive symptoms and mortality as case studies Michael McCullough and Timothy Smith 15. Religion, spirituality, and vital involvement in late adulthood Michele Dillon and Paul Wink Part IV. Religion and Social Identity: 16. Religious identities and religious institutions Nancy Ammerman 17. Religion and the new immigrants Helen Rose Ebaugh 18. A journey of the 'straight way' or the 'roundabout path': Jewish identity in the United States and Israel Arnold Dashefsky, Bernard Lazerwitz and Ephraim Tabory 19. Beyond the synogogue Lynn Davidman 20. Dis/location: emerging feminist inquiry in the sociology of religion Mary Jo Neitz Part V. Religion, Political Behavior, and Public Culture: 21. Religion and political behavior Jeff Manza and Nathan Wright 22. Religious social movements in the public sphere: organization, ideology, and activism Rhys Williams 23. Mapping the moral order: depicting the terrain of religious conflict and change Fred Kniss 24. Civil society and civil religion as mutually dependent N. J. Demerath, III 25. Religion and violence: social processes in comparative perspective John Hall Part VI. Religion and Socio-Economic Inequality: 26. Religion, faith-based community organizing, and the struggle for justice Richard Wood 27. Latina empowerment, border realities, and faith-based organizations Milagros Pena 28. 'Worldly' or 'other worldly'(?)33: activism in an urban religious district Omar McRoberts. 496 pages Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR], Short description/annotationThis handbook showcases current research and thinking in the sociology of religion.Main descriptionThis handbook showcases current research and thinking in the sociology of religion. The contributors, all active writers and researchers in the area, provide original chapters focusing on select aspects of their own engagement with the field. Aimed at students and scholars who want to know more about the sociology of religion, this handbook also provides a resource for sociologists in general by integrating broader questions of sociology (e.g. demography, ethnicity, life course, inequality, political sociology) into the analysis of religion. Broadly inclusive of traditional research topics (modernity, secularization, politics) as well as newer interests (feminism, spirituality, faith based community action), this handbook illustrates the validity of diverse theoretical perspectives and research designs to understanding the multi-layered nature of religion as a sociological phenomenon.Table of contents:Part I. Religion as a Field of Sociological Knowledge: 1. The sociology of religion in late modernity Michele Dillon 2. Studying religion, making it sociological Robert Wuthnow 3. The ritual roots of society and culture Robert Bellah 4. Social forms of religion and religions in contemporary global society Peter Beyer 5. The evolution of the sociology of religion: theme and variations Grace Davies Part II. Religion and Social Change: 6. Demographic methods for the sociology of religion Michael Hout 7. Church attendance in the United States Mark Chaves and Laura Stephens 8. The dynamics of religious economies Roger Fink and Rodney Stark 9. Historicizing the secularization debate: an agenda for research Philip Gorski 10. Escaping the procrustean bed: a critical analysis of the study of religious organizations, 1930-2001 Patricia M. Y. Chung 11. Religion and spirituality: toward an integrated analysis Wade Clark Roof Part III. Religion and the Life Course: 12. Religious socialization: sources of influence and influences of agency Darren Sherkat 13. In rhetoric and practice: defining the 'good family' in local congregations Penny Edgell Becker 14. Religion and health: depressive symptoms and mortality as case studies Michael McCullough and Timothy Smith 15. Religion, spirituality, and vital involvement in late adulthood Michele Dillon and Paul Wink Part IV. Religion and Social Identity: 16. Religious identities and religious institutions Nancy Ammerman 17. Religion and the new immigrants Helen Rose Ebaugh 18. A journey of the 'straight way' or the 'roundabout path': Jewish identity in the United States and Israel Arnold Dashefsky, Bernard Lazerwitz and Ephraim Tabory 19. Beyond the synogogue Lynn Davidman 20. Dis/location: emerging feminist inquiry in the sociology of religion Mary Jo Neitz Part V. Religion, Political Behavior, and Public Culture: 21. Religion and political behavior Jeff Manza and Nathan Wright 22. Religious social movements in the public sphere: organization, ideology, and activism Rhys Williams 23. Mapping the moral order: depicting the terrain of religious conflict and change Fred Kniss 24. Civil society and civil religion as mutually dependent N. J. Demerath, III 25. Religion and violence: social processes in comparative perspective John Hall Part VI. Religion and Socio-Economic Inequality: 26. Religion, faith-based community organizing, and the struggle for justice Richard Wood 27. Latina empowerment, border realities, and faith-based organizations Milagros Pena 28. 'Worldly' or 'other worldly'(?)33: activism in an urban religious district Omar McRoberts.496 pagesVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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Handbook of the Sociology of Religion
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Dillon, Michele

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Handbook of the Sociology of Religion

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9780521806244

This handbook showcases current research and thinking in the sociology of religion.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780521806244
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0521806240
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
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