Believing in Belonging: Belief and Social Identity in the Modern World

Abby Day draws on empirical research to explore mainstream religious belief and identity in Euro-American countries. Starting from a qualitative study based in northern England, and then broadening the data to include Europe and North America, Day explores how people ‘believe in belonging’, choosing religious identifications to complement other social and emotional experiences of ‘belongings’.

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