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Réseaux religieux et sécularisation : redéfinitions des territoires symboliques

Abstract : The keywords: conflict, identity-affiliations, secularity // citizenship Abstract: In this time of globalization and internet, resetting the french symbolical landscapes and specifically Haute-Garonne’s territories invalidate the usual distinction between sedentary and nomadic life styles. The sociologist doesn’t study first and foremost the rivalry between the various Christian denominations, Muslims or new religious trends through the attendance of their worship places : geographical and professional mobilities bring about heterogeneousness and syncretism, blur identities’markers by improvised theoretical and practical re-dressing. Religious societies and unradicalized groups set up events and interdenominational debates taking up the republican challenge of combining particularities and citizenship which aim at softening proselytism and the” unculture shock”.
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Benoit Petit. Réseaux religieux et sécularisation : redéfinitions des territoires symboliques. Les réseaux dans la (dé)construction des territoires, Dec 2008, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-02563284⟩

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