An Introduction to the Sociology of Religion: Classical and by Professor Repstad Pål,Assoc Prof Furseth Inger,Pål Repstad

By Professor Repstad Pål,Assoc Prof Furseth Inger,Pål Repstad

An advent to the Sociology of faith presents an summary of sociological theories of latest non secular lifestyles. a few chapters are equipped based on subject. Others supply short shows of classical and modern sociologists from Karl Marx to Zygmunt Bauman and their views on social existence, together with faith. during the ebook, illustrations and examples are taken from numerous spiritual traditions.

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