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|Title:||Religion in modern Taiwan : tradition and innovation in a changing society|
|Authors:||Clart, Philip, 1963|
Jones, Charles Brewer, 1957
|Publisher:||Honolulu : University of Hawaiʻi Press|
|Description:||Religion in Taiwan at the end of the Japanese colonial period / Charles B. Jones -- Stability and change in Taiwan's religious culture / Julian Pas -- Carrying Confucianism into the modern world: the Taiwan case / Christian Jochim -- Chinese tradition and Taiwanese modernity: morality books as social commentary and critique / Philip Clart -- The cult of the royal lords in postwar Taiwan / Paul R. Katz -- The Daoist priesthood and secular society: two aspects of postwar Taiwanese Daoism / Lee Fong-Mao -- Religious change and democratization in postwar Taiwan: mainstream Buddhist organizations and the Kuomintang, 1947-1996 / Andr ̌Lalibert ̌-- Guanyin narratives: wartime and postwar / Barbara E. Reed -- Christianity and democratization in modern Taiwan: the Presbyterian church and the struggle for Minnan/Hakka selfhood in the Republic of China / Murray A. Rubinstein -- Accepting the best, revealing the difference: borrowing and identity in an Ami village / Huang Shiun-Wey -- Gods, ghosts, and anscestors: religious studies and the question of 'Taiwanese identity' / Randall Nadeau & Chang Hsun.|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
x, 333 p. map 24 cm
|Other Identifiers:||ISBN:0824825640 (alk. paper)|
|Appears in Collections:||UH Press Publications - Religion|
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