Category Archives: Sociology of religion and spirituality

Traditions

The fabric of society is held together by traditions. All of us are creatures of habit which form tradition. Some traditions are healthy. Some traditions are not so healthy. Some traditions make my eyes roll. Others happen without us really … Continue reading

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I’m a “Deviant."

 Yesterday morning, I wrote briefly about the conclusion of a Critical Reflection assignment I had to present to class. In it I mentioned how in many ways I am an outsider. Through feed back from the lecturer,  I found out … Continue reading

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Identity.

I am presenting a paper to class today about the sociological factors that have shaped my identity. In it I concluded how in many ways I am an outsider. In conclusion, there are a large number of social determents that … Continue reading

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The sociology of spirituality.

It appears that the majority of sociological investigations into the role spirituality plays within society – the Christian church is left out of the equation and the main thrust is recognising the spiritual benefits of society that are outworked through … Continue reading

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