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The Routledge Handbook of Religion, Politics and Ideology

Edited by: Jeffrey Haynes

Print publication date:  August  2021
Online publication date:  August  2021

Print ISBN: 9780367417826
eBook ISBN: 9780367816230
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780367816230
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Book description

This comprehensive handbook examines relationships between religion, politics and ideology, with a focus on several world religions ? Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and Judaism ? in a variety of contexts, regions and countries.

Relationships between religion, politics and ideology help mould people?s attitudes about the way that political systems, both domestically and internationally, are organised and operate. While conceptually separate, religion, politics and ideology often become intertwined and as a result their relationships evolve over time. This volume brings together a number of expert contributors who explore a wide range of topical and controversial issues, including gender, nationalism, communism, fascism, populism and Islamism. Such topics inform the overall aim of the handbook: to provide a comprehensive summary of the relationships between religion, politics and ideology, including basic issues and new approaches.

This handbook is a major research resource for students, researchers and professionals from various disciplinary backgrounds, including religious studies, political science, international relations, and sociology.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Liberal religion Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Secularism Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Atheism and religion Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Nationalism, religion, ideology Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Religion and gender Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Life after communism Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The radical right in Europe Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Islamism from piety politics to party politics Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Religion between ethics and ideology Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Religion and the ideology of populism Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Anarchism and religion Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Religion and the Alt-Right Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Making Sense of Salafism Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Buddhist nationalism Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Christianism Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Evangelicals and ideology—transnational or local? Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Italy Download PDF
Chapter  18:  A world awakening Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Russia Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Religious fundamentalism, liberal nationalism, and sectarian solidarity among Lebanese Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Politics, identity and religion in Turkey Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Iran Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Religion and ideology in Sri Lanka Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Hinduism, Hindutva, and ideology Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Israelization of Judaism Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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