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Religion, Equalities, and Inequalities

Religion, Equalities, and Inequalities (Hardback)

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Presenting cutting edge research on how religion can confront and obscure social inequalities in everyday life, Religion, Equalities and Inequalities argues that when religion is left out of social scientific analyses, it can result in incomplete analyses that conceal pathways to social inclusion and exclusion. Bringing together an international and interdisciplinary group of contributors who operate at the vanguard of theoretical and empirical work on how social structures of power, institutions and bodies can generate equalities and inequalities in religion, the collection shows how religion can enable and challenge the inequities that affect people's everyday lives. Academics and students of religious studies, sociology, politics and social policy will all find this book offers useful insights into the relationship between religion and contemporary culture.

Dawn Llewellyn is Senior Lecturer in Christian Studies, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Chester, UK. She is the author of Reading, Feminism, and Spirituality: Troubling the Waves (Palgrave MacMillan 2015), and with Deborah F. Sawyer co-edited Reading Spiritualties: Constructing and Representing the Sacred (Ashgate 2008). Sonya Sharma is Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Department of Criminology and Sociology, Kingston University London, UK. She is co-author ofChristianity and the University Experience: Understanding Student Faith (Bloomsbury 2013) and co-editor of Women and Religion in the West: Challenging Secularization (Ashgate 2008

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