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Type of publication: Sudarytas ir/ar redaguotas mokslo darbas / Compiled and / or edited science work (K5)
Field of Science: Sociologija / Sociology (S005)
Contributor(s): Ališauskienė, Milda;Schröder, Ingo W
Title: Religious diversity in post-Soviet society : ethnographies of Catholic hegemony and the new pluralism in Lithuania
Extent: 226 p
Publishing data: Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate
Date: 2012
Note: ebook PDF, ebook ePUB.
Rodyklė: p. 209-212
Keywords: Religija;Religinis pliuralizmas;Lietuva;Katalikų bažnyčia;Lietuva;Post-Soviet society;Religion;Religion pluralism;Lithuania;Catholic church;Lithuania
ISBN: 9781409409120
Abstract: Since the end of state repression against religion, two major processes have taken place in the formerly socialist countries: historically dominant churches strive to reassert their position in society, while new religious groups and ideas from various parts of the world are proliferating. This generates pluralism of religious communities and individual religious attitudes. Religious Diversity in Post-Soviet Society presents the first collection of ethnographies of this new religious diversity for Lithuania, a country that has a long history of a dominant Catholic Church. The authors reveal how Catholicism has become increasingly diversified and other religions (Charismatic Protestantism, Baltic Paganism, Eastern religions and other alternative spiritualities) are claiming their space in the religious field
Affiliation(s): Socialinių mokslų fakultetas
Sociologijos katedra
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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