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This front matter section of this book Religion Crossing Boundaries presents table of contents and preface. Across the past twenty years major change has taken place in the structure of global society with respect to the nature of migration. The predominant pattern since at least the eighteenth century had been for peoples to move to and settle in Western countries permanently, with relatively little substantive interchange with their former homelands, hence adopting the modes of articulation characteristic of their new societies (a process expressed with respect to the USA, for example, as Americanization&t;&t;).

Keywords: Americanization; religion crossing boundaries



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