The fourth volume of The Fundamentalism Project looks at the process of change within fundamentalist movements as they react with the societies outside of their enclaves. Addressing questions about what makes the movements act in different ways, why some movements are aggressive, whilst others are more accommodating or even separate themselves as much as possible. Looking at the internal and external dynamics of change this volume also charts the processes of recruitment, governance and decision making in a series of case studies.
- Editor(s) : Martin E. Marty R. Scott Appleby
- Date : 1994
- Publisher : University of Chicago Press
- Place : Chicago