The Purification, Sacralisation, and Instrumentalisation of Development

@inproceedings{Salemink2015ThePS,
  title={The Purification, Sacralisation, and Instrumentalisation of Development},
  author={O. Salemink},
  year={2015}
}
The last decade has seen a rapprochement between religion and development. Especially since 9/11 it has dawned on secularist policymakers, implicitly or explicitly, that the vast majority of the world’s population is religious; that religiosity and piety are on the increase, and becoming increasingly visible in the public domain; and that religious groups sometimes make political demands that clash with the liberal world views that underpin much of mainstream development thinking. Universities… Expand
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