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Introduction: X-ers and Y-ers as Cohorts of the Post 1970'S Generation 1: Religious Diversity and the Politics of Definition 2: Religion and Popular Culture 3: Religion and Modernity: Marx, Dukheim and Weber 4: Religion, Spirituality and the Post-secularisation Approach 5: Religion and Postmodernity (Part A): Consumer Religions 6: Religion and Postmodernity (Part B): Hyper-reality and the Internet 7: Esotericism, its 'McDonaldisation' and its Re-enchantment Process 8: Monotheistic Fundamentalism(s) as an outcome of consumer culture 9: Buddhism, its Westernisation and the Easternisation of the West 10: Christianity, Churches and Sects in a Postchristian World 11: The Multiple-Modernities of Islam? 12: New Religious Movements and the Death of the New Age 13: Witchcraft, the Internet and Consumerism Conclusion: What do Sociologists of Religion in Academia do Apart from Teaching and Marking? Their Work as Intellectuals References Index
Adam Possamai is Associate Professor in Sociology at the University of Western Sydney. He is the author of Religion and Popular Culture: A Hyper-Real Testament and In Search of New Age Spiritualities.
"Sociology of Religion for Generations X and Y is 50 percent empirical, 50 percent prophetic. It is this quality, perhaps, that makes it 100 percent recommended reading." - Religion "Written for, and about, post-1970 generations X and Y, Possamai's very timely work will assist readers to make sense of the various new forms of believing, belonging and behaving pursued by Xers and Yers, many of whom remain unconcerned with transcendence, religious knowledge, or the salvation of the soul." - Studies in Religion Book Reviews