Säkularmacht EU? Zur Europäisierung von Religion in EU-Mitgliedsstaaten

  • Carina Sprungk
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Part of the Politik und Religion book series (PUR, volume 14)

Zusammenfassung

Die politikwissenschaftliche Forschung zum Verhältnis von Religion und Politik in westlichen Demokratien war lange vom Paradigma der Säkularisierung gekennzeichnet, welches eine marginale Rolle von Religion als soziales Phänomen infolge von Modernisierungsprozessen postulierte.

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  • Carina Sprungk
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  1. 1.Universität BerlinBerlinDeutschland

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