Sociology of the Sacred
Religion, Embodiment and Social Change
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"About time! Two key experts in the field remind us of the significance and power of religion as bio-political and bio-economic."
- Beverley Skeggs, Goldsmiths, University of London
"A welcome addition to a continuing body of work by two distinguished theorists of religion."
- Grace Davie, University of Exeter
- Keith Tester, University of Hull
"This book is ambitious, refreshing and rewarding. It offers the best available analysis of the complex interlacing of the sacred, religion, secularization and embodied experience."
- James A. Beckford, University of Warwick
This book is key reading for the sociology of religion, the body and modern culture.
|ISBNs||9781446272244, 9781446272237, 9781473907379, 1473907373|
|Number of Pages||208|