Religion, Power, and Resistance: New Ideas for a Divided World

Sam Han, Anna Halafoff (Editor), Caroline Starkey (Editor), James Spickard (Editor)

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The papers in this Special Issue have been drawn from the XIX International Sociological Association’s World Congress, Research Committee 22 on Sociology of Religion sessions, which took place in Toronto in July, 2018. They focused on religion and power, intersectional violence, social divisions, and also resistance to power, violence, and division. They included the following themes: religion and nationalism; religion and social theory; religion and diversity; religion and violent extremism; religion and gender inequality; religion and sexuality inequality; religion and environmental crises; and religion and violent and nonviolent social movements.
Original languageEnglish
JournalReligions
Volume10
Issue number7
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Religion
Extremism
Sociology of Religion
Social Movements
Gender Inequality
Nationalism
Social Theory
Sexuality
Environmental Crisis

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Han, S., Halafoff, A. (Ed.), Starkey, C. (Ed.), & Spickard, J. (Ed.) (2019). Religion, Power, and Resistance: New Ideas for a Divided World. Religions, 10(7).
Han, Sam ; Halafoff, Anna (Editor) ; Starkey, Caroline (Editor) ; Spickard, James (Editor). / Religion, Power, and Resistance : New Ideas for a Divided World. In: Religions. 2019 ; Vol. 10, No. 7.
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Han, S, Halafoff, A (ed.), Starkey, C (ed.) & Spickard, J (ed.) 2019, 'Religion, Power, and Resistance: New Ideas for a Divided World' Religions, vol. 10, no. 7.

Religion, Power, and Resistance : New Ideas for a Divided World. / Han, Sam; Halafoff, Anna (Editor); Starkey, Caroline (Editor); Spickard, James (Editor).

In: Religions, Vol. 10, No. 7, 2019.

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Han S, Halafoff A, (ed.), Starkey C, (ed.), Spickard J, (ed.). Religion, Power, and Resistance: New Ideas for a Divided World. Religions. 2019;10(7).