2006 Robert J. McNamara Student Paper Award: Christian Entrepreneurs and the Post-Mao State: An Ethnographic Account of Church-State Relations in China's Economic Transition

Date

2007

Authors

Cao, Nanlai

Journal Title

Journal ISSN

Volume Title

Publisher

Association for the Sociology of Religion

Abstract

This paper examines the rise of a group of affluent urban Christians in the post-Mao market transition to shed light on China's church-state relations in the reform era. Based on ethnographic data collected in Wenzhou, the most Christianized Chinese city

Description

Keywords

Citation

Source

Sociology of Religion

Type

Journal article

Book Title

Entity type

Access Statement

License Rights

DOI

Restricted until