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|Description:||286 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction : Shin Buddhism and Japanese society / Ugo Dessì --
Socio-economic impacts of Hōnen's Pure Land doctrines : an inquiry into the interplay between Buddhist teachings and institutions / Martin Repp --
Shin Buddhism and burakumin in the Edo period / Galen Amstutz --
Shinshū studies and the legacy of liberal thought in Japan / Melissa Anne-Marie Curley --
To lament the self : the ethical ideology of Takeuchi Ryō'on (1891-1968) and the Ōtani-ha movement against buraku discrimination / Jessica L. Main --
Shin Buddhism and gender : the discourse on gender discrimination and related reforms / Simone Heidegger --
Speaking through the media : Shin Buddhism, popular culture and the Internet / Elisabetta Porcu --
Shin Buddhism and globalization : attitudes toward the political subsystem and pluralism at the organizational and individual levels / Ugo Dessì.
|Series Title:||Studies in the history of religions, 129.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Ugo Dessì.|