The Changing World Religion Map : Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics : Volume 5 / edited by Stanley D. Brunn.
Contributor(s): Brunn, Stanley D [editor.].Material type: TextPublisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2015Edition: 1st ed. 2015.Description: xxxiii, 3137-3926 str. : ilustr. ; zemljop. karte ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9789402405538.Subject(s): antropologija religije | religije svijeta | humana geografija | religijska baština | religija - identitet | religija - rod | religija - politika | religija - virtualni svijet ; vizualni medijiAdditional physical formats: Print version:: The changing world religion map : sacred places, identities, practices and politics; Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 200 Online resources: Sažetak i sadržaj (Springer)
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VOLUME 5: PART XIII: IDENTITY, GENDER AND CULTURE.- Chapter 13.1: Islam and Assisted Reproduction in the Middle East: Comparing the Sunni Arab World, Shia Iran and Secular Turkey; Zeynep B. Gürtin, Marcia C. Inhorn and Soraya Tremayne.- Chapter 13.2: The Perpetration of Abuse in Intimate Relationships: Does Religion Make a Difference? Claire M. Renzetti, Amy Messer, C. Nathan DeWall, and Richard Pond.- Chapter 13.3: Chinese Hui Muslim Pilgrims – Back Home from Mecca: Negotiating Identity and Gender, Status and Afterlife; Maria Jaschok and Shui Jingjun.- Chapter 13.4: The Freedom of Wandering, the Protection of Settling in Place: Gendered Symbolizations of Space in the Practices of Hindu Renouncers in Rajasthan; Antoinette E. DeNapoli.- Chapter 13.5: Religious Identity and Gender on the Edges of the Nation: The Leh District of India’s Jammu and Kashmir State; Sara Smith.- Chapter 13.6: Zooming-in on Terms and Spaces: Women’s Perspectives and Cognitive Mapping in a West Bank Settlement; Hannah Mayne.- Chapter 13.7: The Geography of Jewish Intermarriage in Five U.S. Urban Areas; Bruce Phillips.- Chapter 13.8: The Transnational Debate over Homosexuality in the Anglican Communion; Robert M. Vanderbeck, Joanna Sadgrove, Gill Valentine, Johan Andersson and Kevin Ward.- Chapter 13.9: Religion and State in Marriage, Cohabitation and Civil Partnership: Examples, Typologies and Contestations from the United Kingdom; Paul G. Weller.- Chapter 13.10: Religion and Attitudes Towards Gay Rights in Northern Ireland: The God Gap Revisited; Bernadette C. Hayes and Lizanne Dowds.- Chapter 13.11: Moral Hazard: Governing Culture and the Localized Christian Right Gay Panic in Indiana; Christopher A. Airriess.- Chapter 13.12: Geographic Support for the Ordination of Same Sex Clergy by American Lutheran and Presbyterian Denominations; Bradley C. Rundquist and Stanley D. Brunn.- PART XIV: POLITICS, RECONCILIATION AND ADVOCACY.- Chapter 14.1: Are High Levels of Existential Security Conducive to Secularization? A Response to Our Critics; Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart.- Chapter 14.2: The Religious Context in Political Place-making; Herman van der Wusten.- Chapter 14.3: The Geography of Religious Freedom; Daniel McGowin and Gerald R. Webster.- Chapter 14.4: Geographies of Cosmic War: Comparing Secular and Religious Terrorism in Space and Time; Steven M. Radil and Colin Flint.- Chapter 14.5: A Content Analysis of Session-opening Prayers in the U.S. Congress; Fred M. Shelley.- Chapter 14.6: Political Pilgrimages: American Presidents and Religious Communities, 1933-2012; Kevin Coe, David Domke and Anthony Schmidt.- Chapter 14.7: Walking on the Razor’s Edge: Religious Groups and the Arab 2011 Spring; Ghazi-Walid Falah and Laura J. Khoury.- Chapter 14.8: The Role of Religion in the Formation of a New State on the World Map: South Sudan; Rainer Rothfuss and Yakubu Joseph.- Chapter 14.9: Quaker Lobbying on Behalf of the New START Treaty in 2010: A Window into the World of the Friends Committee on National Legislation; Stephen W. Angell.- Chapter 14.10: Interpreting the Transforming Geographic Mosaic of Religion in America: The Impact of Congressional Representation and Increasing Political Polarization; Josiah R. Baker.- Chapter 14.11: Interfaith Advocacy Groups in American Politics; Katherine Knutson.- Chapter 14.12: The Election of a Lesbian Mayor in a Religiously Conservative City: The Case of Houston, Texas; Nancy Palmer Stockwell and Ira M. Sheskin.- Chapter 14.13: Moral Imperatives: Faith-based Approaches to Human Trafficking; Martha Bettis Gee and Ryan D. Smith.- Chapter 14.14: Violence, Tolerance and Religious Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland; John D. Brewer and Francis Teeney.- Chapter 14.15: Religion, Space and Peace in Sri Lanka: Transforming Spaces of Freedom Threatened by Violence into Islands of Civility; Shirley Lal Wijesinghe.- Chapter 14.16: Religion and the Social Reconstruction of Memory Amid Violence in Bojayá, Chocó (Colombia): Creating Transitional Justice from Below: Sandra Rios Oyola.- Chapter 14.17: From Nasser’s Revolution to the Fall of the Muslim Brotherhood; Seif Da'Na.- PART XV: VIRTUAL WORLDS AND THE VISUAL MEDIA.- Chapter 15.1: A Breath of Narcissism: Hollywood as Proselytizer of Secular Religion; C. K. Robertson.- Chapter 15.2: Towards a Virtual Geography of Religion; Paul Emerson Teusner.- Chapter 15.3: The Creation of Secularist Space on the Internet; Christopher Smith and Richard Cimino.- Chapter 15.4: Technology and the Changing Geography of Religious Media; Thomas A. Wikle.- Chapter 15.5: Introducing the Study of Religion at The Open University: The Scope and Limitations of a Distance Learning Approach to the Study of Religions; Gwilym Beckerlegge.- Chapter 15.6: Facebook gets Religion: Fund-raising by Religious Organizations on Social Networks; Mark D. Johns.- Chapter 15.7: My (Second) Life’s Mission: Landscapes of Virtual Reality Proselytization; Andrew Boulton.- Chapter 15.8: Christianity and Digital Media; Tim Hutchings.- Chapter 15.9: The People of the Nook: Jewish Use of the Internet; Ira Sheskin and Micah Liben.- Chapter 15.10: Mapping Japanese Religions on the Internet; Danilo Giambra and Erica Baffelli.- Chapter 15.11: Virtual Buddhism: Online Communities, Sacred Places and Objects; Louise Connelly.- Chapter 15.12: German-based Cyber-Da’wah 2.0: Back to the Roots with Forward Technology; Erik Munder.- Chapter 15.13: The “Almost” Territories of the Charismatic Christian Internet; Anna Rose Stewart.- Chapter 15.14: Christian-Atheist Billboard Wars in the United States; Daniel H. Olsen.
This extensive work explores the changing world of religions, faiths and practices. It discusses a broad range of issues and phenomena that are related to religion, including nature, ethics, secularization, gender and identity. Broadening the context, it studies the interrelation between religion and other fields, including education, business, economics and law. The book presents a vast array of examples to illustrate the changes that have taken place and have led to a new world map of religions. Beginning with an introduction of the concept of the "changing world religion map", the book first focuses on nature, ethics and the environment. It examines humankind's eternal search for the sacred, and discusses the emergence of "green" religion as a theme that cuts across many faiths. Next, the book turns to the theme of the pilgrimage, illustrated by many examples from all parts of the world. In its discussion of the interrelation between religion and education, it looks at the role of missionary movements. It explains the relationship between religion, business, economics and law by means of a discussion of legal and moral frameworks, and the financial and business issues of religious organizations. The next part of the book explores the many "new faces" that are part of the religious landscape and culture of the Global North (Europe, Russia, Australia and New Zealand, the U.S. and Canada) and the Global South (Latin America, Africa and Asia). It does so by looking at specific population movements, diasporas, and the impact of globalization. The volume next turns to secularization as both a phenomenon occurring in the Global religious North, and as an emerging and distinguishing feature in the metropolitan, cosmopolitan and gateway cities and regions in the Global South. The final part of the book explores the changing world of religion in regards to gender and identity issues, the political/religious nexus, and the new worlds associated with the virtual technologies and visual media.
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