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«Sociological Theory and the Question of Religion»





V. Power, Gender and DiscourseMoney/Religion ComplexExchange in a Secularized Religious SettingThe Nature of Social TheoryFeminist Critique of Masculine DominationTowards an Ontology of Social Relations in the Study of Gender and ReligionListening Subjects, Rationality and ModernityMammonismThinking Sociologically about Religion: A Step Change in the Debate?Beyond Habitus: Researching Gender and Religion through the Ontology of Social RelationsThe Sacramental Mechanism: Religion and the Civilizing Process in Christian Western Europe with Particular Reference to the Peace of God Movement and its AftermathThe Hereafter and its RewardsKarl Jaspers, Max Weber and the Axial AgeCapitalism as ReligionAcknowledgementsThe Axial Age Religions: The Debate and its Legacy for Contemporary SociologyMoney/Society EquationI. The State of the Art and Science of the Sociology of ReligionCritical Sociology of Religion and the Importance of DiscourseGod as a Symbol of SocietySaying the UnsaidMultiple ModernitiesWhat Sort of Social Theory Would Benefit the Sociology of Religion?Learning to ListenA Broad Perspective on the Aestheticization of ReligionChristmas Concerts: An Evocative RitualDifferent Situations Call for Different Methodological SensitivitiesBeyond Structure and Agency: Critical Hermeneutics in the Study of Religion and GenderOpium of the People - and MoreThe Secularization of Religious Reason in Liberation TheologyThe Discursive Dialectics of SecularisationSimmel and DurkheimThe Sacramental Mechanism and the Prohibition of ViolenceIV. Ethnographies of Listening to Churches: aesthetics and rationalityStudying Multimodal ReligionList of ContributorsPax Dei and its ReverberationsEvidence of ChangeBeing CriticalWhat Sort of Theory Should We Use?Bourdieu and GenderListening, Meaning and ModernityReligion and the Civilizing ProcessBrief Concluding RemarksThe Civilizing ProcessCritical Discourse Analysis and Critical Sociology of ReligionReligion and Monetary Culture in the Sociology of Georg SimmelRitual PromiscuityPutting Baby Back in the Bath: Theorising Modernity for the Contemporary Sociology of ReligionLatin America: The Dialectic Transcended in a Time of Both Religious Revival and SecularizationThe Dialectic Transcended: Beyond Popular ReligionThe Embeddedness of DiscourseModernity in the DockNew InitiativesII. History and ReligionCritical Discourse Analysis in the Sociology of ReligionRecent Developments in British Sociology of ReligionThe Problem at HandThe Supernatural, Ritual and UncertaintyThe Current VolumeReligion as Legitimate IdentityStudying Religion and Gender with (and against) BourdieuHope and ReligionListening as the Practice of RationalityUnderstanding DiscoursePlaying the Sensual Card in Churches: Studying the Aestheticization of ReligionIII. Religion and ModernitySimmel's Concept of ReligionAestheticization: The Social ContextPutting Baby Back in the BathDeproblematising ModernityAcknowledgementWeber, Universalism and ChinaThe Dialectic of the Popular and the EruditeNew QuestionsTheory in the Study of ReligionGod/Money Equation
 
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