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N. J. Demerath III

In: The SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Religion

Chapter 18: Religion and the State; Violence and Human Rights

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Religion and the State; Violence and Human Rights
Religion and the state; violence and human rights

Sociologists of religion are not often consulted on national and international affairs of state (but see Demerath, 2007 for an imagined exception). Until recently the very idea seemed preposterous. Our lair has been that of the private and the local, of churches, mosques, temples, sects, and cults as the ...

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