Jan Stievermann, Philip Goff and Detlef Junker (eds.): Religion and the Marketplace in the United States
AbstractReligion and the Marketplace in the United States is a collection of eleven essays covering a wide array of marketplace theories within the context of American religiosity from leading experts and scholars. The book touches upon a broad range of academic fields including history, literature, sports, politics and media to demonstrate how religion and the marketplace are intertwined
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