- Created by: Jenniferhurst94
- Created on: 12-02-19 20:59
characteristics- sacred text, us and them mentality, aggressive reaction, modern technology, patriarchy, prophecy and conspiracy theories
fundamentalism and modernity-DAVIE threat of modernity and feel the need to defend themselves. GIDDENS- product of and reaction to globalisation
cosmopolitanism- embraces modernity, resistance identity and project identitiy. criticisms-ignorant of hybrid movements, ignores other important development. ignores important differences between fundamentalism
Monotheism and fundamentalism - BRUCE confined to monotheistic religions, specific rules for believers to follow. the west- change taking place within society third world- from the outside
secular fundamentalism- enlightenment era. Davie - past their sell by date. cultrual racism. uncertainties
clash of civilisations- us and them relationships. competition
BRUCE- religion serves to unite a community against an external threat.
POLAND- communist rule. the church serves as a rallying point.
religion and development
god and globalisation
Hinduism and consumerism- globalisation/educated/ middle class continue to believe in the supernatural
hindu ultra- nationalism -the superiority of Hindu values. worship of Hindu gods become the worship of the nation
capitalism in East Asia success of capitalism is East Asia = Calvinism and development of capitalism
BERGER functional equivalent to WEBERS protestant ethic