Religion as Meaning and the Canadian Context
Mikal Austin Radford contributed Chapter 6, Religion as Meaning and the Canadian Context, to the book Our Society: Human Diversity in Canada
Written for Canadians, by Canadians, Our Society provides students with an up-to-date analysis of the major diversities that characterize Canadian society. The contributors use several paradigms to frame their discussion, including inequality, sexuality, regionalism, family, disability, the media, race, class and gender, to challenge students to think critically about the world around them.
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Radford, Mikal Austin, "Religion as Meaning and the Canadian Context" (2012). Books & Chapters. 20.
Radford, M. A. (2012) Religion as meaning and the Canadian context. In: P. Angelini (Ed.), Our society: Human diversity in Canada. TopHat.