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Regulating religion

Regulating religion

case studies from around the globe

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Published by Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers in New York, NY .
Written in English


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Statementedited by James T. Richardson.
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LC ClassificationsBL
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 578 p. :
Number of Pages578
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Open LibraryOL22572565M
ISBN 100306478870

Buy Regulating Religion: The Courts and the Free Exercise Clause by Catharine Cookson online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ Chapter Four traces the historical evolution of the religious policy under Chinese Communist rule. During the 60 years of Communist rule in China, the atheism-based regulation of religion has had four distinct periods: (1) co-option and control: to ; (2) active suppression of religious practices and organizations: to ; (3) eradication of religious beliefs, practices and.

  In Regulating Sex in the Roman Empire, David Wheeler-Reed takes on the ambitious project of mapping the various ideologies of marriage and sexuality in the Roman Empire, Judaism, the New Testament, and early Christianity, in an effort to understand the relationship these ideologies have to contemporary “Judeo-Christian” family main .   Framing and Regulating the Veil. Politics, Religion and Gender. DOI link for Politics, Religion and Gender. Politics, Religion and Gender book. Framing and Regulating the Veil. Edited By Sieglinde Rosenberger, Birgit Sauer. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 3 July Cited by:

TY - BOOK. T1 - Identifying and regulating religion in India. T2 - Law, history and the place of worship. AU - Arcot Srikantan, Geetanjali. PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. BT - Identifying and regulating religion in India. PB - Cambridge University Press. ER -Author: Geetanjali Arcot Srikantan. In addition, religion is occupying a more prominent place in the public sphere at the turn of the 21st Century, despite predictions of religious decline. The rise in religious diversity, and in the salience of religious identity, is posing both challenges and opportunities pertaining to .


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Regulating Religion: Case Studies from Around the Globe presents, through the inclusion of contributions by international scholars, a global examination of how a number of contemporary societies are regulating religious groups.

It focuses on legal efforts to exert social control over such groups, especially through court cases, but also with selected major legislative attempts. Explicating these complex relationships is the challenge of this volume.

Regulating Religion: Case Studies from Around the Globe presents, through the inclusion of contributions by international scholars, a global examination of how a number of contemporary societies are. Regulating Religion: Case Studies from Around the Globe presents, through the Regulating religion book of contributions Regulating religion book international scholars, a global examination of how a number of contemporary societies are regulating religious groups.

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[Jaclyn L Neo; Arif A Jamal; Pei Siong Daniel Goh;] -- In recent years, law and religion scholarship has increasingly emphasized the need to study the interaction of legal and religious ideas and institutions, norms and practices.

The overall question. This book focuses on government regulation of religious institutions in South Africa. PART 1 explains the meaning of government regulation for religious communities by providing a brief overview of the relationship between church and state, the right to freedom of religion and the legal status of religious : Helena Van Coller.

'The apposite institutionalization of religion poses a political quandary for many states in the Arab world. Regulating Islam deftly explores a cocktail of three factors: ideology, political opponent profile, and institutional endowment that interact to shape the state's stance on : Sarah J.

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Constitution is in a state of confusion. There has been a series of rapid changes in the standard used by the Supreme Court to determine when a statute impermissibly restricts free exercise.

The trend is now towards greater acceptance of government claims about the importance of regulation over religious. The book makes an important and timely contribution to the on-going scholarly and policy debates concerning religion, politics, and authoritarian governance in the post-uprisings Arab landscape.

Review Advance praise: ‘The apposite institutionalization of religion poses a political quandary for many states in the Arab world. Regulating mimesis 1 means regulating religious vocabulary, exposing readers to some concepts and symbols and hiding or restricting access to others.

Regulating mimesis 2 is about making entire narratives available: the whole story, not just the building blocks. ‘The apposite institutionalization of religion poses a political quandary for many states in the Arab world.

Regulating Islam deftly explores a cocktail of three factors: ideology, political opponent profile, and institutional endowment that interact to shape the state's stance on religion. “A bold and ambitious study, Regulating Sex in the Roman Empire compellingly maps how early Christians generated sexual ideologies within a cultural field dominated by the Roman state—in ways neither absolutely unique nor radically discontinuous, but nonetheless new.”—Benjamin H.

Dunning, Fordham University. James T. Richardson, in his book, Regulating Religion: Case Studies from Around the Globe, 9 James T.

Richardson, Regulating Religion: Case Studies from Around the Globe (). and entities such as the U.S. State Department’s Office of International Religious Freedom and the U.S.

Commission on International Religious Freedom are among. Read the full-text online edition of Regulating Religion: The Courts and the Free Exercise Clause (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Regulating Religion: The Courts and the Free. "In this worthy book [Catherine Cookson] makes a compelling case for a casuistical approach to church-state jurisprudence having to do with free exercise cases."— H-NET "Beautifully written and argued it is rare to find a book on religion and the Constitution in the United States that brings such ideologically unencumbered care and Price: $ Book Description.

This book focuses on government regulation of religious institutions in South Africa. PART 1 explains the meaning of government regulation for religious communities by providing a brief overview of the relationship between church and state, the right to freedom of religion and the legal status of religious organisations.

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This study explores the government's stance on the issue. This book documents the commitment of the commanders of Charles I's armies to religious observance and moral discipline. Through a close textual analysis of printed military regulations, royal proclamations, and injunctions, a long tradition of British military regulation is outlined and developmental patterns of influence in the orders are traced.

Religious free exercise conflicts occur when religiously compelled behavior (whether action or inaction) appears to violate a law that contraindicates or even criminalizes such behavior. Fearful of the anarchy of religious conscience, the U.S.

Supreme Court opted instead for authoritarianism in this church and state matter: The state's need for civil order is conclusively presumed to be Author: Catharine Cookson. Regulating Religion in Africa. Wednesday, Octo pm - pm Kenya, and Burkina Faso attempt to manage religious affairs. The book aims to identify the objectives and consequences of state religious policies.

We are grateful to the Henry Luce Foundation for its generous support of this study. Featuring. Haim Malka.Many countries in the Arab world have incorporated Islam into their state- and nation-building projects, naming it the 'religion of the state'.

Regulating Islam offers an empirically rich account of how and why two contemporary Arab states, Morocco and Pages: