Religions in sociopolitical context: The reconfiguration of religious ecology in post-Mao China
Posted on 01. Feb, 2011 by James Miller
|Title||Religions in sociopolitical context: The reconfiguration of religious ecology in post-Mao China|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|ISBN Number||9781124199207, 1124199209|
|Keywords||Asian Studies, Religion, Social structure|
This dissertation investigates development and changes of religious ecology in post-Mao China through a study of the uneven growth of popular religion, Buddhism, and Protestant Christianity in Lanxi County in Southeast China. The central question of this study is: Why has the growth of popular religion and Buddhism been eclipsed by Protestantism in the last three decades to the point that a major reconfiguration of the Chinese religious ecology is taking place? The study also probes into each religion and addresses its internal variations.
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