Buddhism and Postmodern Imaginings in Thailand: The Religiosity of Urban Space
This work presents a rethink on the significance of Thai Buddhism in a changing post-modern urban context. Defining the cultural nature of Thai 'urbanity', James Taylor opens up new possibilities in understanding the specificities of everyday urban life as this relates to perceptions, conceptions and lived experiences of religiosity.
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