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Advertisement in the Perspective of World Religions – from Negation to Necessary Acceptance

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Religion and gender inequality: The status of women in the societies of world religions

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Contemporary Mari Belief: The Formation of Ethnic Religion

Mariyskoy Traditsionnoy religii. - Аrslan. (accessed August 25, 2018). [Куклина, Эльвира. 2013. В Марий Эл начинаются осенние моления последователей Марийской Традиционной религии. - Арслан.] Kuutma, Kristin. 2005. Vernacular Religions and the Invention of Identities Behind the Finno-Ugric Wall. - Temenos - Nordic Journal of Comparative Religion 41 (1): 51-76. Lastochkina, Galina. 2014. Marij Elyšte šyže kumaltyš-wlak tüղalyt. - MariUver. https

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‘Responsible Interim’: Revising Hermeneutics and Ethics in the Era of Globalization and Religious Plurality. Philosophical and Sociological Reflections on the Modern State of Religion

References 1. Assmann, J. Monotheismus und die Sprache der Gewalt. Picus Verlag: Wien, 2011. 2. Bernhardt, R. 2014. Interkulturelle Theologie - ihre Programmatik in systematisch-theologischer Perspektive. In. Interkulturelle Theologie 40. Jahrgang. eva: Leipzig, 2014 3. Clooney, F. X. Deep Learning Across Religious Borders. Wiley-Blackwell: Hoboken New Jersey, 2010. 4. D’Costa, G. The Meeting of Religions and the Trinity. Orbis Books: Maryknoll NY, 2000. 5. Figal, G

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Religion and Cultural Integration

References Adam, E 1995, Buddhism in Western Australia. Canberra, Australian Govt. Pub. Service. Alba, R & Nee, V 2003, Remaking the American mainstream: assimilation and contemporary immigration, Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press. Baumann, M 2000, Migration, religion, integration. Marburg, Diagonal Verlag. Baumann, M 2002, ‘Migrant settlement, religion and phases of diaspora’, Migration: A European Journal of International Migration and Ethnic

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Sources of “Public Reason” in Europe: Perspectives from Theological Ethics

., “Jerusalem or Athens? Where does anamnestic reason belong? J. B. Metz on unity amidst multicultural plurality”, In: Habermas J. (Ed.), Religion and rationality. Essays on reason, god and modernity, Polity, Cambridge, 129-138, 2002. Habermas J., Between naturalism and religion, Polity Press, Cambridge, 2008. Habermas J. (et al.), An awareness of what is missing. Faith and reason in a postsecular age, translated by Cronin C., Polity Press, Cambridge, 2010. Hauerwas S., A community of character, U of Notre Dame Press, South Bend, 1981. Hauerwas S

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Religion and Democracy

Economic Growth, vol. 1 (March): 1-27. Barro, R.J., McCleary R.M., 2007. “Political Economy and Religion in the Spirit of Max Weber”, in Nee, Victor and Swedberg, Richard (Eds.) On Capitalism, Stanford: Stanford University Press, ISBN 978-0-8047-5664-8 Berger, Peter L., 1967. “The Sacred Canopy: Elements of a Sociological Theory of Religion.” Garden City: Doubleday, 1967; New York: Anchor Press, 1990. Bruce, S., 2006. Did Protestantism Create Democracy, in Anderson, J. (Ed.) Religion, Democracy and Democratization, New York

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Research Approaches in the Study of Religion

References 1. Andresen, J. and R. K. C. Forman. Methodological Pluralism in the Study of Religion. How the Study of Consciousness and Mapping Spiritual Experiences Can Reshape Religious Methodology, Journal of Consciousness Studies , 7 , No. 11–12, 2000. 2. Atkinson, Q. D. et al. Are Big Gods a big deal in the emergence of big groups?, Religion, Brain & Behavior , 2014. 3. Barrett, J. L. Experiments . Ed. by M. Stausberg and S. Engler. The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in the Study of Religion . Routledge: London and New York, 2011

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