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2010, vol. 34, br. 4, str. 1295-1316
Religija i globalizacija
Univerzitet Otave, Otava, Kanada

e-adresapbeyer@uOttawa.ca
Ključne reči: religija; globalizacija; transnacionalne migracije; religijske organizacije i pokreti
Sažetak
Glavni cilj ovog rada je da pokaže kako je religija bila i još uvek jeste značajan aspekt globalizacije. Sporenja oko globalizacije i religije su simptomatična za njihov međusobni odnos. Nakon diskusije o pravom značenju kategorija globalizacije i religije, autor iznosi tvrđenje da se sociološko razmatranje odnosa religije i globalizacije uglavnom usredsredilo na institucionalne oblike religije, mada neke perspektive ističu da njeni individualistički i neinstitucionalni oblici, obično nazivani duhovnošću, postaju sve dominantniji. Raspravlja se o tri vrste institucionalnih manifestacija koje su dobile najviše pažnje u odnosu na globalno širenje savremene religije: važnost religije u kontekstu transnacionalnih migracija, velika raznovrsnost religijskih organizacija i pokreta u svetu, te uloga koju su religije igrale u društvenim i političkim pokretima. Proučavanje religije/-a u kontekstu globalizacije je do sada bila relativno zanemarena tema, i to je možda posledica činjenice da se religije obično temelje na tradiciji suprotstavljenoj savremenom razvoju, na bliskom odnosu između religije i lokalne i regionalne kulture, kao i na dugotrajnom uticaju teorija o sekularizaciji koje su navele mnoge društvene naučnike da religiju smatraju nebitnom u modernom svetu.
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