The World's Religions in Figures: An Introduction to International Religious Demography
Created by two of the field’s leading experts, this unique introduction to international religious demography outlines the challenges in interpreting data on religious adherence, and presents a contemporary portrait of global religious belief.
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Estimating Chinas Religious Populations
Assessing Religious Populations in the Sudans
Migration and Religious Diasporas
Additional Methodological Notes
World Religions by Country
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