Religions and Development in Asia Hardback
Sacred Places as Development Spaces
by Anna Halaloff; Matthew Clarke;
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Religions and Development in Asia
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A series of case studies considers various sacred places as sites for development activities. These case studies include Christian churches in Vanuatu, Buddhist Wats in Thailand, Islamic Mosques in Indonesia, Catholic Churches in the Philippines, and Hindu Temples in India. Each of these case studies explores how the physical buildings associated with the different religions plays dual role of a sacred place as well as a development space. This book provides much-needed exploration of the intersection between development and religion that covers all the major world religions for postgraduate students and researchers in development studies, religious studies and social geography.
Religions and Development in Asia by Anna Halaloff; Matthew Clarke was published by Taylor & Francis Ltd in May 2016. The ISBN for Religions and Development in Asia is 9781138792364.
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|Page last updated||8th February 2015|
|Author / Artist||Anna Halaloff; Matthew Clarke|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis Ltd (May 2016)|
|Number of Pages||224|