DOI:​10.1093/SOCREL/SRT057
Corpus ID: 54921761
Popular Buddhists: The Relationship between Popular Religious Involvement and Buddhist Identity in Contemporary China
Reid J. Leamaster, A. Hu
Published 2014
Sociology
Sociology of Religion
Drawing on previous literature and theoretical considerations, the authors identify six key independent variables related to popular religious belief and practice in mainland China: institutional… Expand
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