Bringing together leading researchers from around the world, the Institute for Religion, Politics and Society at Australian Catholic University (ACU) explores the political, sociological, legal and economic dimensions of religion.

Through international collaborations and cross-disciplinary research, the Institute addresses contemporary issues of religion, political conflict and solidarities while also examining contributing factors to happiness and well-being.

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Submissions from 2010

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Genealogy of the Islamic state: reflections on Maududi's political thought and Islamism, Irfan Ahmad

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Muslims in Singapore, Kamaludeen Nasir, Alexius Pereira, and Bryan Turner

Enclosures, enclaves, and entrapment, Bryan Turner

Islam, capitalism and the Weber theses, Bryan Turner

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Martin Jacques When China Rules the World. The End Of the Western World and the Birth Of a New Global Order, Bryan Turner

Piety, Prolongevity and Perpetuity: The Consequences of Living Forever, Bryan Turner

Ralf Dahrendorf on citizenship and life chances, Bryan Turner

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Reflexive traditionalism and emergent cosmopolitanism: Some reflections On the religious imagination, Bryan Turner

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Biotechnology and the prolongation of life: A sociological critique, Bryan Stanley Turner

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Introduction mapping the Sociology of Religion, Bryan Stanley Turner

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Religion in a post - Secular Society, Bryan Stanley Turner

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Globalization east and west, Bryan Stanley Turner and Habibul Haque Khondker

Submissions from 2009

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Introduction: A New Agenda for Social Theory?, Bryan Stanley Turner

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Introduction: Piety, politics and philosophy: Asia and the global body, Bryan Stanley Turner

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The Sociology Of the Body, Bryan Stanley Turner

Submissions from 2008

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The body & society: Explorations in social theory, Bryan Stanley Turner

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The Futures Of Globalization, Bryan Stanley Turner

Submissions from 2007

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Investigating citizenship: An agenda for citizenship studies, Engin F. Isin and Bryan Turner

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Culture, technologies and bodies: The technological Utopia of living forever, Bryan Turner

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Islam, religious revival and the sovereign state, Bryan Turner

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Managing religions: State responses to religious diversity, Bryan Turner

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Religious Authority and the New Media, Bryan Turner

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The enclave society: Towards a sociology of immobility, Bryan Turner

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Globalization, religion and empire in Asia, Bryan Stanley Turner

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Introduction: Making Islamic Authority Matter, Frederic Volpi and Bryan Turner

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Globalization, habitus, and the balletic body, Steven Wainwright, Clare Willia, and Bryan Turner

Submissions from 2006

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Age and aging: The social world of Foucault and Bourdieu, Alex Dumas and Bryan Stanley Turner

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Citizenship East and West: Reflections on revolutions and civil society, Bryan Stanley Turner

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Vulnerability and Human Rights, Bryan Stanley Turner

Submissions from 2002

Spiritual development and a sense of the sacred. Perceptions of some final year RE teacher trainees, Marian de Souza

Young People’s Perceptions of their Spirituality, Marian de Souza, Patricia Cartwright, and Jacqueline McGilp