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Session 20

Religion and non-religion across generations and (non-)religious transmission

The nature of religious transmission has become a topic of increasing interest among scholars interested in religion because researchers have recently become much more aware of the pattern of religious decline and the rise of non-religion in many Western and other liberal democracies. There are increasing numbers of people who have exited from religion altogether or never been socialized into it.

In the midst of this general trend of decline, some religious groups are growing and are also successful in transmitting religion to the next generation. In this session, the focus in on generational changes in religion and non-religion and religious (and non-religious) transmission in families and other religious influences.

What is happening between generations that explain religious change? Papers addressing questions related generational change, religiosity of various age groups or religious transmission or other religious influences are invited to this session.

Contact: Kati Tervo-Niemelä, kati.tervo-niemela@uef.fi

Sidansvarig: Elin Widfeldt|Sidan uppdaterades: 2020-01-29
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