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Working for Harmony and Innovation?: Political Inclusion of Diversified Elites via the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference
This paper describes the fascinating case of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference system (CPPCC) and its evolution since 1949. The CPPCC’s original idea is to allow select members who represent the ...
Towards a Poststructuralist Approach to Religion: A Response to “The Label of ‘Religion’: Migration and Ascriptions of Religious Identities in Contemporary Europe” and a Critique of “Multiple Religious Identities”
This working paper presents a poststructuralist approach to religion studies and discusses its usefulness in an exemplary way by engaging with FIW working paper no. 11 on labeling processes of migrants in contemporary ...
The Label of ‘Religion’: Migration And Ascriptions Of Religious Identities In Contemporary Europe
This working paper presents three perspectives on the ways in which a labeling of social actors, processes, or conflicts as ‘religion’ or ‘religious’ plays a central role in disputes about migration and identity-formation ...