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  • Contemporary Han Chinese Involvement in Tibetan Buddhism: A Case Study from Nanjing.
    Jones, Alison Denton (2011)
    Social Compass 58:4: 540-553.

    Based on 2007-08 field work in Nanjing. A general eclecticism allows Tibetan Buddhism room among Han Chinese.

    Associated Search Terms: China, Nanjing; Buddhist, China; Eclecticism; Buddhist, Tibetan, China; Urban
  • God by all means: Eclectic faith and Sufi resurgence among the Moroccan bourgeoisie.
    Haenni, Patrick, and Raphaël Voix (2006)
    In Martin van Bruinessen and Julia Day Howell (eds.) Sufism and the "Modern" in Islam. London: Tauris, pp. 2431-256.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Morocco; Islam, Sufi; Morocco; Eclecticism
  • Religion and Popular Culture. A Hyper-Real Testament.
    Possamaï, Adam (2005)
    Bruxells: P.I.E.-Peter Lang.

    Observes popular culture as a symbolic resource for faith systems, especially in the New Age style.

    Associated Search Terms: Eclecticism; Popular culture; Alternative spirituality; Consumerism; Post-modern; Esoteric
  • The Transplanting of Seicho-no-ie from Japan to Brazil: Moving beyond the Ethnic Enclave.
    Carpenter, Robert T., and Wade Clark Roof (1995)
    Journal of Contemporary Religion 10:1: 41-54.

    Sees the Brazilian environment receptive to an eclectic new religion such as Seicho-no-ie.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Transplantation; Seicho-no-ie, Brazil; New religions; Japanese Brazilians; Eclecticism; Brazil
  • Religieux flottant, éclectisme et syncrétismes dans les sociétés contemporaines.
    Champion, Françoise (1993)
    In Jean Delumeau (ed.), Le fait religieux. Paris: Fayard, pp. 741-772.

    Associated Search Terms: Syncretism; Eclecticism
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