|Book's title:||The price of freedom denied : religious persecution and conflict in the twenty-first century Brian J. Grim, Roger Finke.|
|Library of Congress Control Number:||2010011467|
|International Standard Book Number (ISBN):||9780521197052 (hardback)|
|International Standard Book Number (ISBN):||0521197058 (hardback)|
|International Standard Book Number (ISBN):||9780521146838 (pbk.)|
|International Standard Book Number (ISBN):||0521146836 (pbk.)|
|System Control Number:||ocn569538081|
|Cataloging Source:||DLC, DLC YDXCP UTV|
|Library of Congress Call Number:||BL640 .G75 2011|
|Dewey Decimal Classification Number:||323.44/209051 22|
|Personal Name:||Grim, Brian J.|
|Publication, Distribution, etc.:||New York . Cambridge University Press, (c)2011.|
|Physical Description:||xiii, 257 p. : ill. ;, 23 cm.|
|Series Statement:||Cambridge studies in social theory, religion, and politics|
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-237) and index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Religious persecution : pervasive and pernicious |
Religious freedom : broken promises
Persecution : the price of freedoms denied
Case studies : Japan (high levels of religious freedoms), Brazil (freedoms with some tensions), and Nigeria (partitioned religion-state power)
A closer look : China (religion viewed as a threat), India (social monolopy), and Iran (social and political monopoly)
What about Muslim-majority countries?
Do religious freedoms really matter?
Appendix. Testing the competing arguments.
|Summary, etc.:||"The Price of Freedom Denied shows that, contrary to popular opinion, ensuring religious freedom for all reduces violent religious persecution and conflict. Others have suggested that restrictions on religion are necessary to maintain order or preserve a peaceful religious homogeneity. Brian J. Grim and Roger Finke show that restricting religious freedoms is associated with higher levels of violent persecution. Relying on a new source of coded data for nearly 200 countries and case studies of six countries, the book offers a global profile of religious freedom and religious persecution. Grim and Finke report that persecution is evident in all regions and is standard fare for many. They also find that religious freedoms are routinely denied and that government and the society at large serve to restrict these freedoms. They conclude that the price of freedom denied is high indeed"|
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|Personal Name:||Finke, Roger, 1954-|
|Uniform Title:||Cambridge studies in social theory, religion, and politics.|
Freedom of religion