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  • Studying digital Hinduism.
    Scheifinger, Heinz (2016)
    In Sariya Cheruvallil-Contractor and Suha Shakkour (eds.) Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 71-81.

    Argues for a comparison of in situ prayers & internet prayers, & using both traditional ethnography & online methods.

    Associated Search Terms: Prayer; Internet; Hindu; Globalization; Ethics; Comparative; Methods; Rational choice theory; Methodology
  • The God Market: How Globalization Is Making India More Hindu.
    Nanda, Meera (2009)
    New York: Random House.

    Associated Search Terms: India; Hindu, India; Globalization
  • Religion and Modernity Worldwide.
    Hefner, Robert W. (2009)
    In Peter B. Clarke (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 152-171.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal; Islam; Hindu; Globalization; Nationalism; Change
  • L'implantation du néo-hindouisme en Occident.
    Altglas, Véronique (2001)
    In Jean Pierre Bastian, Françoise Champion, and K. Rousselet (eds.) La Globalisation du religieux. Paris: Harmattan, pp. 49-60.

    Associated Search Terms: Globalization; Hindu, Globalization; Hindu
  • Cultural Transplantation of Religion. Neohinduism and Globalization.
    Ketola, Kimmo (1999)
    In Eila. Helander (ed.) Religion and Social Transitions. Helsinki: University of Helsinki, pp. 121-137.

    Associated Search Terms: Transplantation; Globalization; Hindu
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