Table of contents for Gods, guns, and globalization : religious radicalism and international political economy / Mary Ann T‚etreault and Robert A. Denemark, editors.


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Chapter 1:Contending Fundamentalisms: Religious Revivalism and the Modern World
Mary Ann Tétreault.........................................................................	1 
Chapter 2: The Religious Right Reacts to Globalization
Carolyn Gallaher............................................................................ 46
Chapter 3: The Christian Right, Globalization, and the 'Natural Family'
Doris Buss................................................................................... 87
Chapter 4: The Triangle of Conflict: Fundamentalisms in Israel and the Territories
Rafael Reuveny............................................................................. 122
Chapter 5: To be Modern, but in the 'Indian' Way: Hindu Nationalism
Shampa Biswas............................................................................. 165
Chapter 6: Modernity, Civil Society, and Religious Resurgence in South Asia
Mustapha Kamal Pasha.................................................................... 210
Chapter 7:Globalization, Modernization, and the Islamic Salvation Front in Algeria
Bradford Dillman.......................................................................... 235
Chapter 8: Islamism and Iran's Post-Revolutionary Economy: The Case of the Bonyads
Suzanne Maloney.......................................................................... 292
Chapter 9: Globalization, Islamization, and Women's Employment in Indonesia
Roksana Bahramitash..................................................................... 335
Chapter 10: Falun Gong and the Threat of History
Adam Frank................................................................................ 354
Chapter 11: Fundamentalism and the Global Political Economy
Robert A. Denemark...................................................................... 404
References................................................................................. 427




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Religious fundamentalism, Globalization Religious aspects, Religion and international affairs