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Social Movement as a Lived Theology of Social Justice: Catholic Prophetic Activism in Contemporary South Korea

Koleilat, Lina


This thesis is a historically grounded ethnography that seeks to advance understanding of religion and social movement through the case study of a Catholic community in contemporary South Korea. The role of religion in social movements is a key theme in the study of civil rights and social justice activism in many parts of the world. This research expands ethnographic understandings of how prophetic activism, a form of faith-based social justice activism, is practiced on the ground on daily...[Show more]

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Date published: 2022
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/2VEG-HS58
Embargoed until: 2025-05-23


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