I have faith in my thing, you know what I mean? Mixed method elements on individual investments on religious markets.

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serval:BIB_07501E0DC3BD
Type
Article: article from journal or magazin.
Collection
Publications
Title
I have faith in my thing, you know what I mean? Mixed method elements on individual investments on religious markets.
Journal
REVER. Revista de estudos da religioa
Author(s)
Schneuwly Purdie Mallory
ISSN
1677-1222
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2010
Number
10
Pages
17
Language
english
Abstract
In contemporary society, religious signification and secular systems mix and influence each other. Holistic conceptions of a world in which man is integrated harmoniously with nature meet representations of a world run by an immanent God. On the market of the various systems, the individual goes from one system to another, following his immediate needs and expectations without necessarily leaving any marks in a meaningful long term system. This article presents the first results of an ongoing research in Switzerland on contemporary religion focusing on (new) paths of socialization of modern that individuals and the various (non-) belief systems that they simultaneously develop
Keywords
Modern Religiosity, Pluralism, Secularization, Spiritual Attitudes Switzerland
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29/06/2010 14:11
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20/08/2019 13:29
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