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- KurzbeschreibungUsing oral sources, which were censored and <br>misinterpreted under the socialist regime, the book <br>investigates the changes of popular religious <br>beliefs and practice in 20th century Mongolia. The <br>16th century onward Buddhism was dominant in the <br>country and became so developed that 40% of male <br>population were lamas. However, the situation was <br>dramatically changed by the revolution of 1921. The <br>culture and society that the new Revolutionary <br>Government strove to change were in opposition to <br>the Buddhist Monastery. In this battle thousands of <br>lamas were massacred and religious beliefs of the <br>populace were suppressed. This book illustrates how <br>communist education, ideology and a range of <br>policies and measures came to shape the beliefs, <br>values and ideas of most Mongols. It also <br>investigates reasons how and why modern Mongols <br>converted to western religions after the collapse of <br>the communist world. It delivers the voices of <br>Mongols from three generations on their beliefs and <br>values as well as on opinions about religious <br>pluralism. The book undoubtedly makes a contribution <br>to the sociology of religion and the studies of post <br>communist societies.
- AutorDanzan Narantuya
- Seiten168 Seiten
- Gewicht265 g
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