Religion and Hierarchies of Dominance

@inproceedings{Ergener2020ReligionAH,
  title={Religion and Hierarchies of Dominance},
  author={Resit Ergener},
  year={2020}
}
Religious institutions, which played a key role in the creation of inequality, also played a key role in the creation of relations of dominance, which enabled the consolidation and perpetuation of inequality. There are many types of relations of dominance. We start with the oldest and most basic of all, the dominance of men over women—and President Jimmy Carter’s response to this ancient and deep-rooted practice. 

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