Newly-adopted religions and Social Change on the Ryukyu Islands (Japan)

@article{Anzai1976NewlyadoptedRA,
  title={Newly-adopted religions and Social Change on the Ryukyu Islands (Japan)},
  author={Shinobu Anzai},
  journal={Social Compass},
  year={1976},
  volume={23},
  pages={57 - 70}
}
  • Shinobu Anzai
  • Published 1 January 1976
  • Political Science
  • Social Compass
Cet article traite du rapport entre le changement social, le déclin de la religion traditionnelle et l'adoption de religions récemment importées dans le contexte japonais. L'Auteur analyse particulièrement le cas d'un village dans l'archipel d'Okinawa durant les années qui suivirent la seconde guerre mondiale. 
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Indigenization has been defined as the process whereby foreign-born religions are transformed through contact with native religion and culture.1 In the case of Japan, the syncretistic beliefs and