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Title: Una historia del factor religioso estadounidense según sus Estudios culturales: un planteamiento sociológico y cultural desde las colonias hasta la globalización
Other Titles: A History of American Religious Factor According to the US Cultural Studies: a Sociological & Cultural Approach from Colonies to Globalization
Authors: Sánchez-Bayón, Antonio
Valero Matas, Jesús A.
León Florido, Francisco
Editors: Ediciones Universidad de Valladolid
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Journal of the Sociology and Theory of Religion; Vol. 6 (2017) pags. 84-117
Abstract: This paper offers a sociological and cultural global vision (fixing Sociology of Religion, Legal Sociology, Cultural Studies, etc.) about the American religious factor and its dimensions in various frameworks (i.e. religious liberty, Church-State relations, welfare state & solidarity). With this aim in mind, it begins with a brief notion of the evolution of religious issues, from colonial Sunday regulation or the Blue Laws, up to current regulation on freedom of religion and non-discrimination. Also, this paper offers a systematic set of diverse legal sources (i.e. Executive orders and rulings, Legislative statutes, Judicial cases and resolutions). This paper also evaluates the allegedly paradoxical policies and regulations referring to this issue during two previous presidential Administrations, those of CLINTON and G.W. BUSH.
ISSN: 2255-2715
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Language: eng
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
Appears in Collections:Journal of the Sociology and Theory of Religion - 2017 - Vol.6

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