Miraculous Response: Doing Popular Religion in Contemporary China

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Stanford University Press, 21.07.2008. - 336 страница
This book-length ethnography of the revival of a popular religious temple in contemporary rural China examines the organizational and cultural logics that inform the staging of popular religious activities. It also explores the politics of the religious revival, detailing the relationships of village-level local activists and local state agents wtih temple associations and temple bosses. Shedding light on shifting state-society relationships in the reform era, this book is of interest to scholars and students in Asian Studies, the social sciences, and religious and ritual studies.
 

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1 Introduction
1
2 Shaanbei History Society and Culture
20
3 Shaanbei Popular Religious Landscape
44
Shaanbei Peoples Religiosity and Religious Habitus
59
Heilongdawang and the Heilongdawang Temple
77
6 Provisioning Magical Efficacy and Divine Benevolence
99
7 Modes of Social Organization and Folk Event Productions
124
8 RedHot Sociality
147
10 Longwanggou and Agrarian Political Culture
196
11 The Local State and the Politics of Legitimation
211
12 Conclusion
240
Notes
251
References Cited
273
Character List
293
Index
303
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The Story of Lao Wang
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Adam Yuet Chau is Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

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