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Conversion to religion? Negotiating continuity and discontinuity in contemporary Altai / Ludek Broz.

Title: Conversion to religion? Negotiating continuity and discontinuity in contemporary Altai / Ludek Broz.
Author(s): Broz, Ludek.
Date: 2009.
Publisher: Oxford: Berghahn
In: Conversion after socialism : disruptions, modernisms and technologies of faith in the former Soviet Union. (2009.),
Abstract: Examines apparent paradox in religious lives of contemporary Altaytsy in Respublika Altay. Observes that Altaytsy maintained they never "had" a religion or religions, especially during Soviet times, and that now they are working towards achieving this goal, with result that they have several religions and world-views. Explains this unusual situation by arguing that what is happening in contemporary Altay involves intensive and widespread conversion to Western notion of religion.
Notes:

In: Conversion after socialism : disruptions, modernisms and technologies of faith in the former Soviet Union / Mathijs Pelkmans, ed.

Keywords: 2 -- Religion.
23/28 -- Christianity.
266 -- Missionaries, Christian.
316 -- Sociology.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities: Altaystsy.
J -- Social sciences.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*532.9) -- Altayskiy Kray.
SPRI record no.: 202417

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