Why Baby Boomers Turned from Religion (inbunden)
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Why Baby Boomers Turned from Religion (inbunden)

Why Baby Boomers Turned from Religion

Shaping Belief and Belonging, 1945-2021

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Why Baby Boomers Turned from Religion takes an in-depth look at the generation of post-WWII babies who came of age in the 1960s, and how they acted as a transitional generation between religious parents and non-religious children and grandchildren, forged different practices and sites of meaning, morality, community, and transcendence.
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Pierre Hegy, Catholic Books Review It has great relevance to Catholic readers.

Choice This book focuses exclusively on baby boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) from the UK and Canada who left the Anglican Church... The book concludes with a discussion of what those who left do believe.

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Abby Day, Professor in Race, Faith, and Culture, specialises in religion, critical race theory, and critical criminology. Following an award-winning MA and then PhD at Lancaster University, she researched and taught at the universities of Sussex and Kent. In 2013 she joined the Sociology Department at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her most recent, highly acclaimed book, The Religious Lives of Older Laywomen: the Last Active Anglican Generation was the first to explore this silent, disappearing generation: the Baby Boomer mothers. Former chair of the BSA Sociology of Religion study group, she sits on numerous international funding and editorial boards.