KAREL DOBBELAERE PDF
Karel Dobbelaere, Soka Gakkai. From Lay Movement to Religion, translated into English by Olivier Urbain, Studies in Contemporary Religions (Massimo. Karel Dobbelaere is Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Catholic University of Leuven and University of Antwerp, Belgium. Access to the complete content on. by Professor of Sociology and Sociology of Religion Catholic University of Leuven Professor of Sociological Research Karel Dobbelaere, Gabriel Fragniere .
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Karel Dobbelaere born 16 September is a Akrel educator and noted sociologist of religion. Karel Dobbelaere was born in Nieuwpoort in Belgium on 16 September ,arel He was appointed a professor at Katholieke Universiteit in He has done important work in the area of the place of religion in the social fabric, and how secularization of religious roles in public institutions affects both society and religion.
He has done fieldwork with Bryan R.
Wilson in researching new religious movements and sects. His teaching focus was sociology and the sociology of religion. His research fields have been in the effects of religious participation and in new religious movements and sects. He also has held visiting professorships at various institutions and universities worldwide.
He has authored, coauthored and edited over books, articles and studies. Among his published works are the books Secularization: An Analysis at Three Levels P. A Multidimensional Concept Sage, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dobblaere in Honour of Eileen Barker.
Meaning and Scope of Secularization – Oxford Handbooks
Wilson; Jaak Billiet Secularization and Social Integration: Papers in Honor of Karel Dobbelaere. The Centrality of Religion in Social Life: Essays in Honour of James A. Dobbelaerf, Hampshire, United Kingdom: Encyclopedia of Religion and Society.
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