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This chapter of the book Religion in Times of Crisis presents the series Religion and the Social Order that was initiated by the Association for the Sociology of Religion in 1991, under the General Editorship of David G. Bromley. In 2004 an agreement between Brill and the ASR renewed the series. The book covers not only issues related to religion in Europe, but also in Pakistan, Zimbabwe, and even the United States. It focuses on Pakistan that shows the most extreme of these examples, but the contrast between how Islam is treated in Switzerland and how it is treated in France also show that historic national differences continue to manifest themselves even though the specific parties to the discussion may change.

Keywords: France; Islam; Pakistan; religion; Switzerland



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