Browsing Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center for the Study of Religion and Society by Subject "Group identity"
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Christianity, transnationalism, and Indian identities: the problematic role of religion in diasporas ( Journal of Religion & Society. vol. 13, 2011. )There have been a number of accounts of Christianity as a "global" religion: in terms of its rapid growth (Jenkins), its extensive media network and cultural hegemony (James and Shoesmith), the momentum of its cultural ...
Congregational culture and identity politics in a lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender synagogue: making inclusiveness and religious practice one and the same ( Journal of Religion & Society. vol. 13, 2011. )This article uses ethnographic fieldwork to investigate the intersection of American liberal values with traditional religious ideals. Members of a gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender synagogue develop a local ...
( Journal of Religion & Society. vol. 12, 2010. )This study suggests that clergy and laity who engage in political discourse within houses of worship are able to bridge social capital in a manner that yields recognition of common interests among groups of diverse ...
( Supplement Series for the Journal of Religion & Society. vol. 8, pg. 7-26, 2012. )