The New Sociology of Religion

@article{Cipriani2021TheNS,
  title={The New Sociology of Religion},
  author={Roberto Cipriani},
  journal={Encyclopedia},
  year={2021}
}
The new sociology of religion differs from the classical and mainstream sociology, which was in force until the end of the last century, in that it no longer considers religion only as an independent variable, but places it together with other dependent variables, so that it becomes possible to investigate new themes, especially those that do not consider religious involvement—from atheism to the phenomenon of ‘nones’ (non-believers and non-practicing), from spirituality to forms of para… 
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The Future of Religion and Secularity in Sociology’s History
  • Efe Peker
  • Sociology
    The American Sociologist
  • 2021
Despite being foundational for the origins of modern sociology, religion as a topic of inquiry and the sociology of religion as a subdiscipline have long remained relatively marginalized in the

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