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All journal articles featured in West European Politics vol 43 issue 5. Log in | Register Cart. Impact Factor. West European Politics. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article. New content alerts RSS. Subscribe. Citation search. Political destabilisatlon and religious change / Mady A.
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Its comprehensive scope, which includes the European Union, makes it essential reading for both academics and political practitioners. “There is, perhaps, no stronger contrast between the revolutionary times in which we live and the Catholic ages, or even the period of the Reformation, than in this: that the influence which religious motives formerly possessed is now in a great measure exercised by political opinions.
Discover the best European Politics Books in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Religion in Europe has been a major influence on today's society, art, culture, philosophy and largest religion in Europe is Christianity, but irreligion and practical secularisation are strong.
Three countries in Southeastern Europe have Muslim majorities. Ancient European religions included veneration for deities such as revival movements of these religions include. This adapted excerpt is republished with permission of the publishers—Hurst in Europe; OUP in North America—from the upcoming book Saving the People: How Populists Hijack Religion, edited by Nadia Marzouki, Duncan McDonnell, and Olivier Roy.-Eds.
Right-wing populist parties have become a major player in today’s public and political debates in Europe and the United States. Daniel Liechty, Religion. One paradoxical impression to take away from the book is that the EU, despite its secular outlook, favours religious interests over non-religious communities of conviction.
Michael Minkenberg, West European Politics. Talk of ‘us’ and ‘them’ has long dominated Iran-related politics in the West. At the same time, Christianity has frequently been used to define the identity and values of the US and Europe.
The Idea of European Islam book. Religion, Ethics, Politics and Perpetual Modernity. The Idea of European Islam. Europe; these discourses combined with Islamophobic discourses reinforce the so-called incompatibility between the West and Islam.
This book breaks away from this clash between Islam and the West, by arguing that European Islam Author: Mohammed Hashas. West European Politics is a peer-reviewed academic journal of comparative politics focusing on Western was established in and serves as one of the main publication venues in that field.
Its founding editors-in-chief were Vincent Wright and Gordon Smith; the current editors are Klaus Goetz, Anand Menon and Wolfgang C. ing to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal Edited by: Peter Mair, Klaus Goetz. Politics of Religion in Western Europe: Modernities in conflict.
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v Contents List of tables and figures vi Notes on contributors vii Preface ix 1 Politics and religion in the modern world: an overview George Moyser 1 2 Politics and religion in Western Europe John Madeley 28 3 Politics and religion in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union Sabrina Ramet 67 4 The Islamic world: Egypt and Iran Glenn 97 5 Politics and religion in contemporary IndiaFile Size: KB.
1. Mono-theo-lingualism: Religion, Language, and Subjectivity in Colonial North India 2. Hegel and the Comparative Imaginary of the West Part II.
Theology as Cultural Translation 3. Sikhism and the Politics of Religion-Making 4. Violence, Mysticism, and the Capture of Subjectivity Part III. Postcolonial Exits 5. Ideologies of Sacred Sound 6. Minkenberg, Michael Between Christian and multicultural democracy: religious legacies and minority politics.
West European Politics, Vol. 41, Issue. 1, p However, the controversy in France and similar recent controversies elsewhere have forced a general and radical reappraisal of the wide and complex issue of religion and its relation to politics.
This issue of Contemporary European Affairs is a contribution to that debate. This book will be of great interest to students of Critical Security Studies, Islamic Studies, Sociology and Political Science in general. Jocelyne Cesari is an Associate at Harvard’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the Center for European Studies, teaching at Harvard Divinity School and the Government Department, specializing in Islam Book Edition: 1st Edition.
” West European Politics Vol. 36, No. 1 (Jan. ) ; David T. Buckley & Luis F. Mantilla. “God & Governance: Unpacking the Relationship between Development and State Regulation of Religion.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion Vol.
52, No. 2 () Arguing that intellectual movements, such as deconstruction, postsecular theory, and political theology, have different implications for cultures and societies that live with the debilitating effects of past imperialisms, Arvind Mandair unsettles the politics of knowledge construction in which the category of "religion" continues to be central.
Since 9/11 the debate on the compatibility between Islam and Western political and cultural values has become increasingly public.
It follows a pattern that Mahmood Mamdani refers to as “cultural talk” in his book Good Muslim, Bad Muslim. “Cultural talk” is based upon an essentialized approach to Islam as a unified ideology spreading from Europe all the way to Iraq and Afghanistan.
Religion and Politics in Europe and the United States explores how discourses on both side of the Atlantic have diverged due to the varying roles of religion.
The book traces the influences of religion and politics from early modern religiously based legitimization of European monarchy and American democracy, to today's historical perspectives.
Religion and State destabilizes entrenched conventional thinking about Islam and politics. This alone makes the book worth reading. The Journal of Religion The image of Islam as an inherently aggressive and xenophobic religion has long prevailed in the West and can at times appear to be substantiated by current events.
This book contains a series of detailed studies examining religion and politics in specific countries or regions. The cases include countries with one dominant religious tradition, and others with two or more competing traditions. are discussed in the light of a revived importance of religion for European politics.
The secularism of Europe has become almost common wisdom (Norris and Inglehart ; Dalton ). But, in fact, religion takes a prominent place in contemporary European politics. In terms of party politics, one of the.
Politics and Society in Western Europe is a comprehensive introduction for students of West European politics and of comparative politics.
This new edition has been extensively revised and updated to meet with the new needs of undergraduate students as they come to terms with a changing social and political landscape in Europe.
This textbook provides a full analysis of the political systems of. Of course, anticlericalism is itself a long-standing European tradition. Burleigh describes this book as a "discussion of the politics of religion and the religion of politics" (pp).
The first three chapters (out of 10) trace the religious struggles of the French Revolution and Napoleonic era.
The book examines in particular the period from the rise of Islam to the end of the European Middle Ages, but account is taken of all genres of political thought up to the present.
Up to the midth century, Europe, Islam, and the Byzantine world had more in common than is commonly thought. In an era of hardening religious attitudes and explosive religious violence, this book offers a welcome antidote.
Richard Holloway retells the entire history of religion—from the dawn of religious belief to the twenty-first century—with deepest respect and a keen commitment to accuracy. The sophisticated story that Mark Lilla, a professor of the humanities at Columbia University, presents in “The Stillborn God” adds nuance and complexity to.
The US is often taken to be a contrary case to the general decline of religion in the West. David Voas and Mark Chaves find that religiosity is in fact decreasing in the US, and for the same reason that it has been falling elsewhere.
They comment that Americans are not becoming less religious over their lives; rather, the more religious generations born in the early 20th century are dying off. NEW TO THIS EDITION: Coverage of critical topics in European politics introduce students to key social and political issues including globalization, terrorism, immigration, gender, religion, and transatlantic relations.; Updated scholarship, photos, graphs, and tables illustrate recent election results and demonstrate current political trends in each country and the European Union.
He is also author of The Rules of Federalism: Institutions and Regulatory Politics in the EU and Beyond (Harvard University Press, ), as well as over forty book chapters and articles in journals including the American Political Science Review, World Politics, International Organization, Comparative Political Studies, West European Politics.
xvii, pages: 24 cm This edited work features specially-commissioned chapters on European politics - East and West - to provide an assessment of developments in political institutions and processes, politics and society, and policy set in the context of globalisation, EU enlargement and Europe's changing role on the world stagePages: Rulers, Religion and Riches by Jared Rubin – why the west got rich Getting religion out of politics was the key to Europe’s success, this work of economic history argues.
The turning point was Author: Christopher Kissane. Political Science Religion and Politics in the Middle East Search this Guide Search. West European Government and Politics Latin American Politics Covers articles, essays in books, and book reviews in the field of religion.
Covers all religious traditions, with the strongest coverage in the Judeo-Christian tradition. Author: Ian Boucher. The Refugee Crisis and Religion is an important and timely book. The world is experiencing an unabated growth in the numbers of desperate refugees and internally displaced persons.
At the same time, lamentably, it is also experiencing an increasing reluctance by States to meet their treaty obligations to protect those fleeing persecution. Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States This book radically revises established knowledge in comparative wel-fare state studies and introduces a new perspective on how religion shaped modern social protection systems.
The interplay of societal cleavage. The Politics of Secularism in International Relations develops a new approach to religion and international relations that challenges realist, liberal, and constructivist assumptions that religion has been excluded from politics in the West.
The first book to consider secularism as a form of political authority in its own right, it describes. The Handbook of West European Pension Politics provides scholars, policy-makers and students with a complete overview of the political and policy issues involved in pension policy, as well as case studies of contemporary pension politics ( to present) in 16 countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain.
Religion and the American West Coast On America’s Pacific shore, many religious currents meet. America’s Pacific coast is buffeted by many religious currents.Five years ago, the journal Politics and Religion was created; in addition, works relating to religion and politics have been the subject of many articles in more general academic journals.
The number of books and monographs on religion and politics has increased tremendously.Professor Wenger’s research and teaching interests include the history of Christianity in the nineteenth- and twentieth-century United States (especially the American West), the cultural history of the categories of religion and secularism, the politics of religious freedom, and the intersections of race and religion in American history.