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Social Solidarity in the Context of Religious Diversity

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  • 60 Nombre de pages
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Sociological studies of religious diversity among the youth is a growing field of research. Social solidarity in recent years has become a central issue, primarily when there seems to be an increase in the radicalization of religious belief. India has always been known for its inclusive and multicultural characteristics. This study is concerned with how the youth is responding to the challenges of increasing religious diversity with a keen sense of social solidarity. It goes on to explore the nature of belief and practice among the youth who have either a nominal or non-religious identity. It examines the internal and external factors that impede religious solidarity among young people. The study calls for serious thought into an accurate understanding of the history and dissemination of misrepresented facts, so as to help promote a secular society.

Auteur

Dr.J.Maria Agnes Sasitha is a Professor and Head, Department of Sociology, Stella Maris College.With more than a decade of teaching experience her interests also lie in Sociological research, development and activism. Her thrust ares in research lies in gender,religious conflict and bondage of children for labor. Activist in Regreen initiatives.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Social Solidarity in the Context of Religious Diversity
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9786200086372
ISBN: 978-620-0-08637-2
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Sciences sociales en général
nombre de pages: 60
Poids: 108g
Taille: H4mm x B220mm x T150mm
Parution: 13.06.2019
Année: 2019