7 edition of GLOBALIZATION AND RELIGIOUS NATIONALISM IN INDIA found in the catalog.
November 30, 2006
Written in English
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Part of the Politicization of Religion in Global Perspective project, this series of events will focus on questions surrounding the politicization of religion in India, China, Russia, Syria, and Turkey. Using qualitative and quantitative data, this project has identified patterns of politicization of religion across traditions in various national and international contexts. There are numerous examples of how religion and nationalism intertwine. In some cases, a common religion is the fundamental marker of a nation’s identity, whereas in others secular nationalism tries to hold together people of different religious beliefs. This book examines the link between religion and nationalism in contemporary polities. By exploring case studies on India, Russia, Israel.
Religion, Theory, Critique is an essential tool for learning about theory and method in the study of religion. Leading experts engage with contemporary and classical theories as well as non-Western cultural contexts. Unlike other collections, this anthology emphasizes the dynamic relationship between "religion" as an object of study and different methodological approaches and openly addresses. This book explains the development of religion and nationalism in the United States, Israel, India, Greece, Uruguay, and Malaysia. It presents a new theoretical framework for understanding different models of church-state arrangements and their emergence and stability over time.
His book, “Has Globalization Gone particularly the expanding conflict between globalization and nationalism. is a fellow in conservative thought at Colorado Christian University’s. DOI link for Religion and Nationalism in India. Religion and Nationalism in India book. The Case of the Punjab. Religion and Nationalism in India. DOI link for Religion and Nationalism in India. Religion and Nationalism in India book. The Case of the Punjab. By Harnik Deol. Edition 1st Edition.
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"The latest phase of Sikh nationalism in the demand for Khalistan, which, Deol argues, was catalyzed by the Green Revolution of the late s and the vernacular press of the s.
His volume contributes to our understanding of both Sikh history and the central role of religion in defining communual identity in India."Cited by: Political Psychology, Vol. 25, No. 5, Globalization and Religious Nationalism: Self, Identity, and the Search for Ontological Security.
Catarina Kinnvall. Department of Political Science, Lund University. The globalization of economics, politics, and human affairs has made individuals and. groups more ontologically insecure and existentially uncertain.
This timely and significant study explores the reasons behind the rise in Sikh militancy over the s and s. It also evaluates the violent response of the Indian State in fuelling and suppressing the Sikh separatist movement, resulting in a tragic sequence of events which has included the raiding of the Golden Temple at Amritsar and the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.5/5(1).
Globalization is looked at from two ends of a spectrum—as an end product versus as a process in itself. This distinction between theorizing globalization as an end or as a means to an end has been made by scholars such as Robertson and White ().
However, its implications for religious nationalism have not been explored exhaustively. When India’s constitution was being drafted, and even before, there was a robust debate about India’s national identity and the values and norms GLOBALIZATION AND RELIGIOUS NATIONALISM IN INDIA book should underpin the “idea of India.” 10 Thanks to the political dominance of the Congress Party and with due deference to the country’s extraordinary diversity, secular nationalism came.
This book seeks to challenge the wisdom of separating nationalism from religion and analyzes cases from Israel, Ireland, India, Sri Lanka, and the Arab Middle East to make its point. It argues that a narrow view of nationalism and religion not only skews our analysis but it also prevents us from harnessing the beneficial effects of s: 1.
It is natural for these diverse ethnic groups to assert their cultural identity. The principal bases of identity assertion perceived as threats to the national state in India are religion, language and tribe.
Soon after India's independence inthe foremost controversy to push India. To some extent, the same suspicions are inherent in the cultural nationalism that is associated with Modi and the BJP. In India, as elsewhere in the world, a cultural xenophobia is on the rise, and associated with it is the Hindu, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, and other religious nationalisms that are sweeping places around the world.
Nationalism and religion are intimately connected to processes of globalization. The emergence of the universal category of ‘religion’ and ‘world religion’ is a product of the imperial encounter. The home religious culture and nationalism is seen to be under threat and there is a violent and extremist reaction which gives rise to an extreme form of religious nationalism.
At the present time the forces of globalization and the accompanying cultural invasion compounds that threat. Holy Nations & Global Identities draws on the combined theoretical and historical insight of historians, political scientists and social scientists on the question of nationalism and globalisation with the methodological knowledge of religion presented by sociologists of religion.
The book brings genuine theoretical explorations and original case studies on civil religion, nationalism and globalization. The book reveals the role in this movement of a section of young semi-literate Sikh peasantry who were disaffected by the Green Revolution and the commercialisation of agriculture in Punjab.
Drawing on a wide range of sources, Deol examines the role of popular mass media in the revitalisation of religion during this period, and the subsequent. Religion in Indian Nationalism and Independence Movement. In the previous chapters, the functions of religion were considered and the objective was also to examine that in secular countries these functions can exist and this situation is not against secularism, in contrast with political religion.
Religious Nationalism Mark Juergensmeyer As we see every day in the news, a disturbing aspect of the globalization of religion is the violent conflicts, worldwide, that are rooted in religion or expressed in religious In India, a widespread disdain for secular politics has propelled the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) into becoming the.
Barbara-Ann Reiffer () argues that religious nationalism refers to the situation where religion and nationalism are inseparable, and Phillips Barker () pointed out that religion's role in. Read "Religion and Nationalism in India The Case of the Punjab" by Harnik Deol available from Rakuten Kobo.
This timely and significant study explores the reasons behind the rise in Sikh militancy over the s and s. Religious conflict has aided nation-building elsewhere: in India, nationalism has relied on religious hostilities between Hindus, Sikhs, and Buddhists (Van der Veer, ).
In much the same way, religious nationalism can lend itself to violent conflict—yet the role of religious nationalism has not been explored as extensively. In India, nationalism had a cultural and religious context and “religion dominated the social bond that defined the characteristics of the nation.” One agrees with Deol in that it would be misleading to examine the emergence of Hindu nationalism as a single phenomenon.
Religious nationalism is a subject of critical importance in much of the world today. Peter van der Veer's timely study on the relationship between religion and politics in India goes well beyond other books on this subject.
He brings together several disciplines--anthropology, history, social theory, literary studies--to show how Indian religious identities have been shaped by pilgrimage. Its introduction of the key concepts used in the book—religion and religious nationalism, the state, nation and nationalism, legitimacy, colonialism, the narrative—is useful, but I found his account of the marginalization and the rehabilitation of religion in Western elite thinking thin and contestable, and I wonder if it really added any.
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Religion And Nationalism In Global Perspective full free pdf books.Lee "Religion and Nationalism in India The Case of the Punjab" por Harnik Deol disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This timely and significant study explores the reasons behind the rise in Sikh militancy over the s and s.