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In: The SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Religion

Part VI: Individual Religious Behaviour in Social Context

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Individual Religious Behaviour in Social Context
Individual religious behaviour in social context

Religion can be an intensely subjective experience that is concentrated in intimate moments of prayer, learning or meditation in spite of the fact that its other expressions include collective worship, membership in formal organisations, participation in communal institutions such as schools, ...

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