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55 K. KNOTT , „ Strategies for Survival among South Asian Religions in Britain : Parallel Develop-ments , Conflict and Cooperation “ , in : Conflict and Cooperation between Contemporary Religious Groups , ed .

Author: Deutsche Vereinigung für Religionsgeschichte. Jahrestagung

Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag

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Category: Religion

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Scriptures, Shrines, Scapegoats, and World Politics offers a comprehensive evaluation of the role of religion in international relations, broadening the scope of investigation to such topics as the relationship between religion and ...

Author: Zeev Maoz

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472131747

Category: Political Science

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The effect of religious factors on politics has been a key issue since the end of the Cold War and the subsequent rise of religious terrorism. However, the systematic investigations of these topics have focused primarily on the effects of religion on domestic and international conflict. Scriptures, Shrines, Scapegoats, and World Politics offers a comprehensive evaluation of the role of religion in international relations, broadening the scope of investigation to such topics as the relationship between religion and cooperation, religion and conflict, and the relationship between religion and the quality of life. Religion is often manipulated by political elites to advance their principal goal of political survival. Zeev Maoz and Errol A. Henderson find that no specific religion is either consistently more bellicose or consistently more cooperative than other religions. However, religious similarity between states tends to reduce the propensity of conflict and increase the opportunity for security cooperation. The authors find a significant relationship between secularism and human security.
2020-03-11 By Zeev Maoz

'Strategies of survival among South Asian religions in Britain: parallel developments, conflict and cooperation', Chuo Academic Research Institute, Conflict and Cooperation Between Contemporary Religious Groups, Tokyo, Chuo Academic ...

Author: Steven J. Sutcliffe

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351904810

Category: Religion

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Treating 'religion' as a fully social, cultural, historical and material field of practice, this book presents a series of debates and positions on the nature and purpose of the 'Study of Religions', or 'Religious Studies'. Offering an introductory guide to this influential, and politically relevant, academic field, the contributors illustrate the diversity and theoretical viability of qualitative empirical methodologies in the study of religions. The historical and cultural circumstances attending the emergence, defence, and future prospects of Religious Studies are documented, drawing on theoretical material and case studies prepared within the context of the British Association for the Study of Religions (BASR), and making frequent reference to wider European, North American, and other international debates and critiques.
2017-03-02 By Steven J. Sutcliffe

372 Knott , K. ( 1988 ) : Strategies for survival among South Asian religions in Britain : Parallel developments , conflict and cooperation . In : Conflict and cooperation between contemporary religious groups : International symposium ...

Author: W. A. R. Shadid

Publisher: Peeters Publishers

ISBN: 9039000654

Category: Europe

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The permanent presence of Islam and Muslims (approximately 7 million) is a comparatively recent phenomenon in most countries of the European Community. By far the greater majority of them consists of former inhabitants of the Muslim world who migrated to the West for economic or political reasons after the Second World War. Over the last decades many initiatives have been launched by Muslim communities to create infrastructural provisions for their religious life, within the existing legal and social frameworks. In fact, all countries of the European Community share the principles of religious freedom and non-discrimination in their respective Constitutions. However, the precise way in which these principles are interpreted and applied to Islam depends largely on the historical traditions concerning the relations between State and Religion, which differ from one country to another. The present book is mainly based on the numerous articles and books concerning the public status of Islam in the various countries of Western Europe which were published between 1987 and 1994. First of all, a comparative study is offered of the relation between State and Religion, according to the constitutional traditions of the member states of the European Community. Secondly, the authors discuss the opportunities and obstacles in the realization of an organizational structure by the Muslim communities. Attention is paid, among others, to the foundation of mosques, the position of imams, and the attempts to create representative bodies on the national level which can serve as negotiating partners with the national governments. In a separate chapter, attention is paid to Islam as a minority religion from a theoretical point of view. Then follows a discussion of the possibilities for the observance of islamic customs and rituals, such as religious holidays, dietary laws and dress rules. With regard to Islamic religious education attention is paid in the last chapter to religious education within mosques, public, Christian and Islamic schools. At the end there is an extensive bibliography with an index of subjects and countries.
1995 By W. A. R. Shadid

Gendai no shinko shukyo (New Religions of Today). ... Nihonjin no kodo to shiso (The Behaviour and Thought of the Japanese). ... Conflict and Cooperation between Contemporary Religious Groups, Chuo Academic Research Institute.

Author: Peter B Clarke

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134249855

Category: Social Science

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Containing some 1500 entries, this new bibliography will be widely welcomed for its comprehensive brief, and for the sub-section profiling principal NRMs convering history, beliefs and practices, main publications, braches worldwide and membership.
2013-12-16 By Peter B Clarke

Shiso ( Thought ) ( 665 ( November ) ) : 92-115 . 1410 TSUSHIMA , M. ( 1988 ) . The Relationship between Established and New Religions in Modern Japan . Conflict and Cooperation between Contemporary Religious Groups , Chuo Academic ...

Author: Peter Bernard Clarke

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 1873410808

Category: Reference

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Containing some 1500 entries, this new bibliography will be widely welcomed for its comprehensive brief, and for the sub-section profiling principal NRMs convering history, beliefs and practices, main publications, braches worldwide and membership.

Kim Knott , “ Strategies for Survival among Asian Religions in Britain : Parallel Developments , Conflicts and Cooperation ” , in Conflict and Cooperation Between Contemporary Religious Groups ( Tokyo : Chuo Academic Research Institute ...

Author: Roger Ballard

Publisher: C. HURST & CO. PUBLISHERS

ISBN: 1850650918

Category: Biculturalism

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A collection of accounts of everyday life within a range of communities, such as Punjabi, Gujarati, Bangladeshi, Hindu, Muslim and Sikh. Taken together, they highlight common features and diversities in a variety of spheres, such as discrimination, religion and integration.
1994 By Roger Ballard