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Students and scholars of religion and sociology
Nancy Tatom Ammerman, Professor of Sociology of Religion, School of Theology and Department of Sociology, Boston University
Nancy Tatom Ammerman is Professor of Sociology of Religion in the School of Theology and Department of Sociology at Boston University.
Preface and Acknowledgments
List of Tables
List of Illustrations and Captions
Chapter 1. In Search of Religion in Everyday Life
Chapter 2. "Spirituality" and "Religion": What Are We Talking About?
Chapter 3. Spiritual Practices in Everyday Life
Chapter 4. Religious Communities and Spiritual Conversations
Chapter 5. Everyday Life at Home
Chapter 6. Nine to Five: Spiritual Presence at Work
Chapter 7. Everyday Public Life: Circles of Spiritual Presence and Absence
Chapter 8. Bodies and Spirits: Health, Illness and Mortality
Chapter 9. Spiritual Tribes: Toward a Sociology of Religion in Everyday Life
Appendix 1. Participants and Their Religious Communities
Appendix 2. Coding and Analyzing Stories
Appendix 3. Research Protocols