DOI:​10.1007/978-981-15-2093-8_8
Corpus ID: 216288628
The Power of Disenchantment
Maznah Mohamad
Published 2020

Political Science
This final chapter restates the main analytical framework of this study as an alternative to understanding the wide and deep mobilisation of religious symbols and material resources in the… Expand
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