Research in the social scientific study of religion /

This volume of Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion includes a wide range of papers from a social-science perspective. The special section gives a unique insight into the rapidly growing field of psychological studies of religion in China. It draws on experts from China and the USA wh...

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Other Authors: Village, Andrew., Hood, Ralph W., Jr., 1942-

Format: eBook

Language: English

Published: Leiden : Koninklijke Brill NV, 2017.

Series: Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion 28.
Religious Studies, Theology and Philosophy E-Books Online, Collection 2017, ISBN: 9789004328082.


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Call Number: BL60 .R47 2017

Table of Contents:
  • Preliminary Material
  • Intergenerational Religious Transmission and Conversion in the United States: Are the Effects of Parental Religion Moderated by Parental Religion Concordance, Education, Geography, and Generation? /
  • Gabriel Leon and Charles Van Liew
  • Religious Problem-Solving Styles within an American Religious Ideological Surround /
  • P. J. Watson , Zhuo Job Chen , Ronald J. Morris and Nima Ghorbani
  • Introduction to Special Section: Psychology of Religion in China /
  • Al Dueck , Ralph W. Hood and Buxin Han
  • Confucian Ethical Healing and Psychology of Self-cultivation /
  • Kwang-Kuo Hwang
  • The Modern Study of 'Religion', the Confucian Tradition, and the Human Person /
  • Diane B. Obenchain
  • Self-loss in Indigenous and Cross-cultural Psychologies: Beyond Dichotomies? /
  • Ralph W. Hood
  • Chinese Psychology of Religion Measures: A Systematic Review and Best Practice Guidelines /
  • Kenneth T. Wang , Li Zhang and Yanmei Cao
  • Cultural Psychology of Religion and Qualitative Inquiry /
  • Jenny H. Pak
  • Converting and Deconverting in China /
  • Lewis R. Rambo and Steven C. Bauman
  • Spirituality and Health Research: Incorporating a Cultural Lens /
  • Alexis D. Abernethy
  • Narratives of Suffering: A Psycholinguistic Analysis of Two Yi Religious Communities in Southwest China /
  • Rachel Sing-Kiat Ting , Louise Sundararajan and Qingbo Huang
  • Culture, Attachment, and Spirituality: Indigenous, Ideological, and International Perspectives /
  • Al Dueck and Xu Honghong
  • Names Index
  • Subject Index.