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To Be or Not to Be a Confucian: Explicit and Implicit Religious Identities in the Global Twenty-First Century

Publication ,  Journal Article
Sun, A
Published in: Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion
2020

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Published In

Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion

ISSN

1877-5233

Publication Date

2020

Volume

11

Start / End Page

210 / 235

Publisher

Brill

Related Subject Headings

  • 2204 Religion and Religious Studies
  • 1608 Sociology
 

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Sun, A. (2020). To Be or Not to Be a Confucian: Explicit and Implicit Religious Identities in the Global Twenty-First Century. Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion, 11, 210–235.
Sun, Anna. “To Be or Not to Be a Confucian: Explicit and Implicit Religious Identities in the Global Twenty-First Century.” Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion 11 (2020): 210–35.
Sun, Anna. “To Be or Not to Be a Confucian: Explicit and Implicit Religious Identities in the Global Twenty-First Century.” Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion, vol. 11, Brill, 2020, pp. 210–35.
Sun A. To Be or Not to Be a Confucian: Explicit and Implicit Religious Identities in the Global Twenty-First Century. Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion. Brill; 2020;11:210–235.

Published In

Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion

ISSN

1877-5233

Publication Date

2020

Volume

11

Start / End Page

210 / 235

Publisher

Brill

Related Subject Headings

  • 2204 Religion and Religious Studies
  • 1608 Sociology