Mediating Religion and Government

Political Institutions and the Policy Process

  • Editors
  • Kevin R. den Dulk
  • Elizabeth A. Oldmixon

Part of the Palgrave Studies in Religion, Politics, and Policy book series (PSRPP)

About this book


The study of religion and politics is a strongly behavioral sub-discipline, and within the American context, scholars place tremendous emphasis on its influence on political attitudes and behaviors, resultuing in a better understanding of religion's ability to shape voting patterns, party affiliation, and views of public policy.


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