DOI:​10.1111/J.1749-8171.2010.00247.X
Corpus ID: 145432477
Buddhists in Modern Southeast Asia
J. McDaniel
Published 2010
Psychology

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This article contrasts the study of Southeast Asian Buddhist social and political movements and institutions (ecclesiastical, colonial, royal, or governmental) with the study of individuals who are… Expand
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