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Religion, Culture, and Sustainable Development

Edited by : Roberto Blancarte Pimentel,

El Colegio de Mexico, México


Religion, Culture, and Sustainable Development

Roberto Blancarte Pimentel, El Colegio de Mexico, México


1. Insecurity, Religion and Well-being

Alan Black, Center Social Research, Edith Cowan University, Australia


2. Religion, Values and Sustainable Development

Roberto Cipriani, Italy


3. Pluralism, Multiculturalism and Sustainable Development

Pauline Côte, Université de Montréal, Canada


4. Social Religion, Policies and Sustainable Sevelopment

Fortunato Mallimaci, Argentina



5. Ethnicithy, Religion and Sustainable Development

Daniel Gutiérrez, México


6. Religion, Popular Culture and Sustainable Development

Adam Possamai, School Sociology (Bankstown), University of Western Sidney, Australia


7. Environment and Religion in Developing Countries

Roberto Motta, Brazil



8. Religion, Democracy and Sustainable Development

Grace Davie, Centre for European Studies, University of Exeter, UK



9. Religion, Secularisation and Sustainable Development

Jose Casanova, New School for Social Research, USA


10. Religious Plurality and Sustainable Development

Cristian Parker, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Instituto de Estudios Avanzados, Chile


11. Religion, Solidarity, and Sustainable Development

Mark S. Cladis, Department of Religious Studies, Brown University, USA


Updated April 18, 2007




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