Gods, Guns, and Globalization: Religious Radicalism and International Political Economy

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Mary Ann Tétreault, Robert Allen Denemark
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004 - 344 páginas
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"Is it accurate to equate "fundamentalism" with antimodernism? What explains the growing importance of religious activists in world politics? Guns, Gods, and Globalization explores the multifaceted phenomenon of religious resurgence, ranging from the Christian right in the United States to ethnonationalist movements across North Africa and Asia. The authors' focus on the complex relationship between religious revivalism and globalization results in a nuanced study of religious political movements as they emerge in the context of rapid socioeconomic change."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
 

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Religious Revivalism
1
The Religious Right Reacts to Globalization
31
The Christian Right Globalization and the Natural Family
57
Fundamentalisms in Israel
79
Hindu Nationalism
107
Modernity Civil Society and Religious Resurgence
135
Globalization Modernization and the Islamic
153
Globalization Islamization and Womens Employment
219
Adam Frank
233
Fundamentalism and the Global Political Economy
267
List of Acronyms
283
The Contributors
327
About the Book
344
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MARY ANN TETREAULT is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center at Iowa State University. Among her several previous books is Revolution in the World Petroleum Market (Quorum, 1985). Research for this book was supported by a Fulbright Fellowship and grants from Old Dominion University and the United States Institute for Peace.

Robert A. Denemark is Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Delaware and received his PhD at the University of Minnesota. He has published on issues of world system analysis in "International Studies Quarterly", "International Studies Review", "Globalizations", "Review (Braudel Center)", and "Review of International Political Economy". He is co-editor of "World System History: The Social Science of Long-Term Change" (Routledge 2000) and General Editor of the 12-volume "The International Studies Encyclopedia" (Wiley/Blackwell 2010).

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