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OSO version 0. University Press Scholarship Online. Sign in. The theory of religious economy, or the marketplace approach, incorporates economic concepts and terminology in order to better explain American religion in its distinctly American context. In this study, I propose three ways in which this method can be applied.
Secondly, the diversity within the public religious expressions of CCM artists can be recognized as being comparable to religious pluralism in a free marketplace of religion. Finally, it is suggested that the relationship between supply-side firms is determined, primarily, by the competitive reality of a free market religious economy. Vancouver : University of British Columbia Library. Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4. Master of Arts - MA. European Sociological Review, 21, Deol, H. Religion and nationalism in India: The case of the Punjab.
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