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Ideas, Religion, and Social Change

 
AuthorJulia Berger
 
Title of item
Ideas, Religion, and Social Change
Parent publication   Rethinking Religion and Politics in a Plural World: The Bahá'í International Community and the United Nations
 
Publisher of this ed.
London: Bloomsbury Academic
Date of this edition 2021
LanguageEnglish
Permission link
Posted 2022-03-17 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Book excerpts and Presentations and Videos
URLbahai-library.com/berger_religion_social_change
Abstract Links to a book chapter and video presentation and presentation notes (offsite) presented for the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith & Local Communities, on meaning-making processes driving NGO behavior and the Bahá'í Faith's pursuit of social change.
Notes In this "Religions, Humanitarianism, and Development Research Reading Group" session, Dr. Julia Berger, of Montclair State University, presented her paper "Ideas, Religion, and Social Change: The Baha'i International Community and the United Nations." Dr. Misbah Hyder, of University of California-Irvine, responded to the paper, followed by a question-and-answer session. (from jliflc.com, Feb. 10 2022)

Sample book chapter "Ideas, Religion, and Social Change" (Jan. 14, 2021) posted by author and publisher at their respective websites (linked below).

Tags Bahai International Community; Change (general); Social action; United Nations
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