Religion and politics / / edited by Patrick Michel, Enzo Pace.

Over the past thirty years, religion has increasingly played a relevant role, both on a national level and in international affairs. The attempt made by politicians to reframe the policy of social cohesion in a neo-nationalist light (one land, one language, one religion = one political community), d...

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Superior document:Annual review of the sociology of religion, v. 2
Year of Publication:2011
Series:Annual review of the sociology of religion ; v. 2.
Physical Description:1 online resource (349 p.)
Notes:Description based upon print version of record.
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Table of Contents:
  • pt. 1. The recomposition of the relations between religion and politics, and the new features of the global religious system
  • pt. 2. Religion between private and public, state and civil society
  • pt. 3. Religion and politics between communitarianism and policy of identity.