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Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies

The Study of Chinese Religions in the Social Sciences: Beyond the Monotheistic Assumptions

Publication ,  Chapter
Sun, A
October 6, 2016

Each chapter of the book deals with one regional sub-discipline in Asian Studies, covering Chinese Studies, Japanese Studies, Korean Studies, South Asian Studies, Southeast Asian Studies, and Central Eurasian Studies.

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ISBN

9781474289740

Publication Date

October 6, 2016

Start / End Page

51 / 72

Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing
 

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Sun, A. (2016). The Study of Chinese Religions in the Social Sciences: Beyond the Monotheistic Assumptions. In K. Paramore (Ed.), Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies (pp. 51–72). Bloomsbury Publishing.
Sun, Anna. “The Study of Chinese Religions in the Social Sciences: Beyond the Monotheistic Assumptions.” In Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies, edited by Kiri Paramore, 51–72. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016.
Sun A. The Study of Chinese Religions in the Social Sciences: Beyond the Monotheistic Assumptions. In: Paramore K, editor. Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies. Bloomsbury Publishing; 2016. p. 51–72.
Sun, Anna. “The Study of Chinese Religions in the Social Sciences: Beyond the Monotheistic Assumptions.” Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies, edited by Kiri Paramore, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016, pp. 51–72.
Sun A. The Study of Chinese Religions in the Social Sciences: Beyond the Monotheistic Assumptions. In: Paramore K, editor. Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies. Bloomsbury Publishing; 2016. p. 51–72.
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ISBN

9781474289740

Publication Date

October 6, 2016

Start / End Page

51 / 72

Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing