Published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the Religion & Politics Section of the American Political Science Association.
Peer-reviewed, original research into all aspects of the relationship between politics and religion around the world. Analyzing the impact of religion on political attitudes, decision-making, and public policy development. Topics range from abortion laws, sex education in schools, and stem cell research to transnational terrorism, morality, social justice, and human rights. Multidisciplinary and international in scope; contributions come from all relevant areas, including political science, law, philosophy, sociology, history, area studies, and economics. Studies of public religion, secular-religious conflicts, and political divisions within a religion--from within and outside the Judeo-Christian tradition, and including works from Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist and scholars of Eastern traditions--especially welcome. Book reviews too.
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