Religion, Migration and Conflict

Religion, Migration and Conflict


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Religion, Migration and Conflict by Carl Sterkens

In various parts of the world, the act of migration can result in an increase of religious and cultural plurality. However, can this also result in more interreligious conflict? And, if so, which factors stimulate and which inhibit conflict? These and other related questions are addressed in this volume.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783643906205
Publisher: Lit Verlag
Publication date: 09/02/2015
Series: Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change (NICCOS) Series , #51
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction Carl Sterkens Paul Vermeer 7

Chapter 1 Plurality and the future of interreligious conflict in the Netherlands: a sociological exploration Paul Vermeer 13

Chapter 2 Controversies over Islam in the Dutch public domain: deep structures in Church and State relationships Sophie van Bijsterveld 33

Chapter 3 "Rice and Rice with Sambal". Indonesians and Moluccans in the Netherlands Frans Wijsen Jeniffer Vos 53

Chapter 4 The out-group who are no longer the out-group Fauna Agca Ahmet Kaya 73

Chapter 5 Latent conflict between ethno-religious groups in the Philippines Menandro Abanes Agnieszka Kanas Peer Scheepers 87

Chapter 6 Interreligious contact and out-group trust: Findings from conflict and non-conflict regions in Indonesia and the Philippines Agnieszka Kanas Peer Scheepers Carl Sterkens 121

Chapter 7 Beyond conflict: understanding the de-privatisation of religion from the social capital of religious migrants' organizations Jorge Castillo Guerra 147

Chapter 8 Hermeneutic dimensions in interreligious learning among Christian and Muslim adults in the Netherlands Mijke Jetten Carl Sterkens 169

Authors 199

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