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Religion and the Transformation of Capitalism addresses from a socio-scientific standpoint the interaction of religions and forms of contemporary capitalism. The book is divided into three parts: reinterpretations of the 'classics' in the light of contemporary scholarship discussions of the connection between resurgent capitalism and new religious movements in developed societies examination of aspects of 'globalization' and 'post-modernity' and their inter-relation with religious transformations The collection draws upon the research and experience of scholars who explore a wide range of interactions between economic systems and their socio-cultural contexts. Peter Beyer, University of Toronto; Alan Black, University of New England; Simon Coleman, University of Durham; Anne Eyre, Westminster College; D. N. Gellner, Oxford
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April 6th, 1995
Edited by Richard H. Roberts
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