Cultural Effects of Religious Tradition

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Title

Cultural Effects of Religious Tradition

Subject

Culture and social practice
Culture and religion in international politics

Description

This essay is a research essay that analyzes and puts describes universal ideas of cultural diversity and religious freedom as a major effect on tradition. This essay analyses particular religious reports and reasons why people all over the world who follow different religions behave the way they do as a part of a cultural community. This essay ponders over the power of perception and how countries from around the world view one another and how these viewpoints affect the way government and power entities work with one another.

Creator

Paranagua, Victoria M.

Source

Research courtesy of IRFI organization, Off-Campus Access library. Report courtesy of Pew Research Centers Religion Public Life Project.

Publisher

Tallahassee: FSU library

Date

No particular time frame.

Contributor

Paranagua, Victoria M.

Language

English

Type

Document PDF

Collection

Citation

Paranagua, Victoria M., “Cultural Effects of Religious Tradition,” Religion @ Florida State University, accessed July 18, 2024, https://religionatfsu.omeka.net/items/show/342.

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