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Anthropology and Religion
International Handbook of Practical Theology
Starting from the anthropologicallyorientatedc onception that culture, as the world of things, and of people'srelationships with them, "does make human subjects what they are" (Scharfe 2002,2 2; o.t.), the issue outlinest he most important theoretical tendencies,m ethodological specificities, and positions in scholarlyd iscussions about culturea nd religion. The focus is on the field of Cultural anthropology/European ethnologya nd in the German-languagef ield once called Volkskunde since thedoi:10.1515/9783110618150-003 fatcat:hygqlpd5vja5rcinq5csoczzae