The Changing World Religion Map : Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics : Volume 3 / edited by Stanley D. Brunn.
Contributor(s): Brunn, Stanley D [editor.].Material type: TextPublisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2015Edition: 1st ed. 2015.Description: xxxiii ; 1289-2098 str. : ilustr. ; zemljop. karte ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9789402405538.Subject(s): antropologija religije | religije svijeta | humana geografija | religijska baština | religija - globalizacija ; dijaspora ; razvijeni svijet (globalni sjever) ; zemlje u razvoju (globalni jug)Additional 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 3 PART VII: GLOBALIZATION, DIASPORAS AND NEW FACED IN THE GLOBAL NORTH -- Chapter 7.1: Four Corners of the Diaspora: A Psychological Comparison of Jewish Continuity in Major Cities in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the United States; Michelle Gezentsvey Lamy -- Chapter 7.2: Global Dispersion of Jews: Determinants and Consequences; Sergio DellaPergola and Ira M. Sheskin -- Chapter 7.3: The Narration of Space: Diaspora Church as a Comfort Zone in the Resettlement Process for Post-communist Bulgarians in Toronto; Mariana Mastagar -- Chapter 7.4: Temples in Diaspora: From Moral Landscapes to Therapeutic Religiosity and the Construction of Consilience in Tamil Toronto; Mark Whitaker -- Chapter 7.5: Golden States of Mind: A Geography of California Consciousness; Erik Davis and Jonathan Taylor -- Chapter 7.6: Lived Experience of Religion: Hindu Americans in Southern California; Shampa Mazumdar and Sanjoy Mazumdar -- Chapter 7.7: Multiscalar Analysis of Religious Geography in the United States; Samuel Otterstrom -- Chapter 7.8: Bible Belt Membership Patterns, Correlates and Landscapes; Gerald R. Webster, Robert H. Watrel, J. Clark Archer, and Stanley D. Brunn -- Chapter 7.9: Transnationalism and the Sôka Gakkai: Perspective and Representation Outside and Inside Japan; Alexandre Benod -- Chapter 7.10: The Place and Role of Alternative Forms of Religiousness in Contemporary Russia; Demyan Belyaev -- Chapter 7.11: The Cow and the Cross: South Asians in Russia and the Russian Christian Orthodox Church; Igor Kotin -- Chapter 7.12: Islam and Buddhism in the Changing Post-Soviet Religious Landscape; Edward C. Holland and Meagan Todd -- Chapter 7.13: Back to the Future: Popular Belief in Russia Today; Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby and Tatiana V. Filosofova. -- Chapter 7.14: The Changing Religious Mosaic of Ukraine; Esther Long Ratajeski -- Chapter 7.15: An Exception in the Balkans: Albania’s Multiconfessional Identity;Peter Jordan -- Chapter 7.16: Social and Spatial Visibility of Religion in Question:
The Case of Pluricultural and Multiconfessional France; Lionel Obadia -- Chapter 7.17: “A Most Difficult Assignment:” Mapping
the Emergence of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Ireland; David J. Butler -- Chapter 7.18: The Multifaith City in an Era of Post- secularism:
The Complicated Geographies of Christians,
Non-Christians and Non-faithful Across Sydney, Australia; Kevin M. Dunn and Awais Piracha -- Chapter 7.19: Russian Rodnoverie: Revisiting Eastern and Western Paganisms; Kaarina Aitamurto -- Chapter 7.20: Evangelical and Pentecostal Churches in Montreal
and Paris: Between Local Territories and Global Networks; Frédéric Dejean.- Chapter 7.21: Towards a Catholic North America? Anne Goujon, Éric Caron Malenfant and Vegard Skirbekk.- Chapter 7.22: Changing Geographies of Immigration and Religion in the U.S. South; Patricia Ehrkamp, Caroline Nagel and Catherine Cottrell:.- Chapter 7.23: New Ecclesiologies and New Ecclesio-geographical Challenges: The Emergence of Post-ecclesiological Modernity; Grigorios D. Papathomas.- Chapter 7.24: Hinduism Meets the Global Order: The “Easternization” of the West; Åke Sander and Clemens Cavallin.- PART VIII: GLOBALIZATION, DIASPORAS AND NEW FACED IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH.- Chapter 8.1: The World’s Fastest Growing Religion: Comparing Christian and Muslim Expansion in the Modern Era; Philip Jenkins.- Chapter 8.2: The Emerging Geography of Global Christianity: New Places, Faces and Perceptions; Robert Strauss.- Chapter 8.3: Deterritorialization in Havana: Is There an Alternative Based on the Santería? Yasser Farrés Delgado, Alberto Matarán Ruiz and Yulier Avello Pereiro.- Chapter 8.4: Calling a Trickster Deity a “Bad” Name in Order to Hang it? Deconstructing Indigenous African Epistemologies within Global Religious Maps of the Universe; Afe Adogame.- Chapter 8.5: Christianity in Africa: Pentecostalism and Sociocultural Change in the Context of Neo-liberal Globalization; Samuel Zalanga.- Chapter 8.6: Negotiating Everyday Islam After Socialism: A Study of the Kazakhs of Bayan-Ulgii, Mongolia; Namara Brede, Holly R. Barcus and Cynthia Werner.- Chapter 8.7: How the West was “One” (Hinduism and the Aquarian West); Martin Haigh.- Chapter 8.8: Hinduism and Globalization; Rana P. B. Singh and Mikael Aktor.- Chaper 8.9: The Diasporic Hindu Home Temple; Carolyn V. Prorok.- Chapter 8.10: Liberation Theology in Latin America: Dead or Alive? Thia Cooper.- Chapter 8.11: Africa’s Liberation Theologies: An Historical-hermeneutical Analysis; Gerald West.- Chapter 8.12: Asian Liberation Theologies: An Eco-feminist Approach for a More Equitable and Justice Oriented World; Kathleen Nadeau.- Chapter 8.13: Cuba’s Distinct Religious Traditions: Better Social Changes come oh sooo slowly; Jualynne Dodson.- Chapter 8.14: Global Networks and the Emergent Sites of Contemporary Evangelism; Jeff Garmany and Hannes Gerhardt.- Chapter 8.15: Legacy of a Minority Religion: Christians and Christianity in Contemporary Japan; Christina Ghanbarpour.- Chapter 8.16: The Chinese Church: A Post-denominational Reality? Chloë Starr.- Chapter 8.17: Protestant Christianity in China, Urban and Rural: Negotiating the State and Propagating the Faith; Teresa Zimmerman-Liu and Teresa Wright.- Chapter 8.18: Analysis of the Emergence of Missionary Territorial Strategies in a Mexican Urban Context; Renée de la Torre Castellanos and Cristina Gutiérrez Zuñiga.
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.