1. bookVolume 27 (2019): Edition 3 (September 2019)
Détails du magazine
License
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2199-6202
Première parution
30 Jul 2013
Périodicité
4 fois par an
Langues
Anglais
Accès libre

The spaces and places of Czech believers

Publié en ligne: 07 Oct 2019
Volume & Edition: Volume 27 (2019) - Edition 3 (September 2019)
Pages: 183 - 192
Reçu: 16 Jul 2019
Accepté: 03 Sep 2019
Détails du magazine
License
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2199-6202
Première parution
30 Jul 2013
Périodicité
4 fois par an
Langues
Anglais

BARTOLINI, N., CHRIS, R., MACKIAN, S., PILE, S. (2017): The place of spirit: Modernity and the geographies of spirituality. Progress in Human Geography, 41(3): 338–354.10.1177/0309132516644512Ouvrir le DOISearch in Google Scholar

BERGER, P. (1967): The Sacred Canopy: Elements of a Sociological Theory of Religion. New York, Doubleday & Company, Inc.Search in Google Scholar

BRACE, C., BAILEY, A., HARVEY, D. (2006): Religion, place and space: a framework for investigating historical geographies of religious identities and communities. Progress in Human Geography, 30(1): 28–43.10.1191/0309132506ph589oaOuvrir le DOISearch in Google Scholar

BRUCE, S. (2002): God is dead: secularization in the West. Malden, Blackwell Publishing.Search in Google Scholar

CASTREE, N. (2003): Place: Connections and Boundaries in an Interdependent World. In: Holloway, S. et al. [eds.]: Key Concepts in Geography (pp. 163–185). London, SAGE Publications.Search in Google Scholar

CASTREE, N., GREGORY, D. (2006): David Harvey: A critical reader. Oxford, Blackwell.10.1002/9780470773581Search in Google Scholar

CLOKE, P. et al. (2004): Practising Human Geography. London, SAGE Publications.10.4135/9781446221235Search in Google Scholar

CROSBIE, M. (2018): Soulful and Social. The shifting border between sacred place and secular space. Faith & Form: Journal of the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture, 51(3): 18–22.Search in Google Scholar

DAVIE, G. (2000): Religion in modern Europe: a memory mutates. Oxford, Oxford University Press.Search in Google Scholar

DAVIE, G. (2002): Výjimečný případ Evropa. Podoby víry v dnešním světě. Brno, CDK.Search in Google Scholar

DE CERTEAU, M. (1984): The practice of everyday life. Berkeley, UCLA Press.Search in Google Scholar

DISMAN, M. (2008): Jak se vyrábí sociologická znalost. Praha, Karolinum.Search in Google Scholar

DIXON, D. (2007): I hear dead people: Science, technology and a resonant universe. Social and Cultural Geography, 8(5): 719–733.10.1080/14649360701633295Search in Google Scholar

DOBBELAERE, K. (1993): Church involvement and secularization: Making sense of the European case. In: Barker, E., Beckford, J., Dobbelaere, K. [eds.]: Secularization, rationalism and sectarianism: essays in honour of Bryan R. Wilson. Oxford, Clarendon Press.Search in Google Scholar

GIBAS, P. (2014): Fenomenologie prostoru: o geografii místa, krajiny i nepřítomnosti. In: Matoušek, R., Osman R. [eds.]: Prostor(y) geografie. Praha, Karolinum.Search in Google Scholar

GLASZE, G., SCHMITT, T. (2018): Understanding the geographies of religion and secularity: on the potentials of a broader exchange between geography and the (post-) secularity debate. Geographica Helvetica, 73: 285–300.10.5194/gh-73-285-2018Search in Google Scholar

HABERMAS, J. (2006): Religion in the public sphere. European Journal of Philosophy, 14: 1–25.10.1111/j.1468-0378.2006.00241.xOuvrir le DOISearch in Google Scholar

HACKWORTH, J. (2012): Faith Based: Religious Neoliberalism and the Politics of Welfare in the United States. Athens, University of Georgia Press.Search in Google Scholar

HACKWORTH, J., GULLIKSON, E. (2013): Giving new meaning to religious conversion: Churches, redevelopment, and secularization in Toronto. The Canadian Geographer, 57(1): 72–89.10.1111/j.1541-0064.2012.00451.xSearch in Google Scholar

HACKWORTH, J., STEIN, K. (2012): The collision of faith and economic development in Toronto’s inner suburban industrial districts. Urban Affairs Review, 48(1): 35–61.10.1177/1078087411420374Ouvrir le DOISearch in Google Scholar

HAVLÍČEK, T. (2014): Development and Transformation of the Religious Landscape in Prague after the Fall of Communism. Prace Geograficzne, 137: 51–67.Search in Google Scholar

HAVLÍČEK, T., KLINGOROVÁ, K. (2017): City with or without God? Features of Post-Secularism in Religious Landscape of Post-Communist Prague. Social & Cultural Geography, 19(6): 1–23.Search in Google Scholar

HENDL, J. (2005): Kvalitativní výzkum. Základní metody a aplikace. Praha, Portál.Search in Google Scholar

HENKEL, R. (2014): The changing religious space of large Western European cities. Prace Geograficzne, 137: 7–15.Search in Google Scholar

HERVIEU-LÉGER, D. (2000). Religion as a chain of memory. New Brunswick, N. J., Rutgers University.Search in Google Scholar

HEŘMANOVÁ, E., CHROMÝ, P. et al. (2009): Kulturní regiony a geografie kultury. Praha, ASPI.Search in Google Scholar

HOPKINS, P. (2007): Young people, masculinities, religion and race: new social geographies. Progress in Human Geography, 31(2): 163–177.10.1177/0309132507075362Ouvrir le DOISearch in Google Scholar

HOPKINS, P. et al. [eds.] (2013): Religion and place: landscape, politics and piety. Dordrecht, Springer.Search in Google Scholar

HOPKINS, P. et al. (2015): Transitions to religious adulthood: relational geographies of youth, religion and international volunteering. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 40: 387–398.10.1111/tran.12083Search in Google Scholar

HYNEK, A. (2011): Geografie, geograficita – prostorovosti. In: Svobodová, H. [ed.]: Geodny Liberec 2008. Sborník příspěvků (pp. 71–77). Liberec, Brno, GAREP.Search in Google Scholar

KEITH, M., PILE, S. [eds.] (1993): Place and the Politics of Identity. London, Routledge.Search in Google Scholar

KNIPPENBERG, H. (2005): The changing religious landscape of Europe. Amsterdam, Het Spinhuis.Search in Google Scholar

KONG, L. (2002): In search of permanent homes: Singapore’s house churches and the politics of space. Urban Studies, 39: 1573–1586.10.1080/00420980220151664Search in Google Scholar

KVALE, S. (1996): Interviews: An Introduction to Qualitative Research Interviewing. Thousand Oaks, SAGE.Search in Google Scholar

LEFEBVRE, H. (1991): The Production of Space. Oxford, Blackwell.Search in Google Scholar

LUŽNÝ, D., NEŠPOR, Z. (2008): Náboženství v menšině. Praha, Malvern.Search in Google Scholar

MARTIN, D. (2005): On secularization: towards a revised general theory. Aldershot, Ashgate.Search in Google Scholar

MASSEY, D. (2005): For Space. London, Sage Publications.Search in Google Scholar

NEŠPOROVÁ, O. (2013): O smrti a pohřbívání. Brno, CDK.Search in Google Scholar

NOVOTNÝ, G. (2018): Prostory a místa víry českých věřících [Dissertation work]. Brno, Masarykova univerzita.Search in Google Scholar

NOVOTNÝ, G., DUJKA, J., BOBR, L. (2018): Sacral and spiritual landscape perception in South Moravian and Ústecký Region: Application in environmental learning. The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 2: 492–494.Search in Google Scholar

PARK, C. (1994): Sacred Worlds: An Introducing to Geography and Religion. London, New York, Routledge.Search in Google Scholar

PARTRIDGE, C. (2005): The Re-enchantment of the West, Volume II: Alternative Spiritualities, Sacralization, Popular Culture, and Occulture. London, T&T Clark.10.1525/nr.2006.10.1.126Search in Google Scholar

RAGLAN, L. (1964): The Temple and the House. Washington, D.C., W. W. Norton.Search in Google Scholar

RELPH, E. (1976): Place and placelessness. London, Pion Ltd.Search in Google Scholar

RONELL, A. (1991): The Telephone Book: Technology, Schizophrenia, Electric Speech. Lincoln, Bison Books.Search in Google Scholar

SEAMON, D. (1979): A Geography of the Lifeworld: Movement, Rest and Encounter. London, Croom Helm.Search in Google Scholar

SEAMON, D. (1980): Body Subject, Time-Space Routines and Place Ballets. In: Buttimer, A. & D. Seamon [eds.]: The Human Experience of Space and Place. London, Croom Helm.Search in Google Scholar

SIWEK, T. (2011): Percepce geografického prostoru. Praha, Česká geografická společnost.Search in Google Scholar

SMITH, M. (2008): Religion, Culture and Sacred Space. New York, Palgrave Macmillan.10.1057/9780230616172Search in Google Scholar

STRAUSS, A. (1967): The Discovery of Grounded Theory. Chicago, Aldine Publishing.Search in Google Scholar

STRAUSS, A., CORBIN, J. (1990): Basics of qualitative research. Michigan University, Sage Publications.Search in Google Scholar

ŠILER, V. (2017): Prostor pro spiritualitu: Sakrální prostory v objektech péče vypovídají o české společnosti. Dingir 20(4): 122–125.Search in Google Scholar

ŠVAŘÍČEK, R., ŠEĎOVÁ, K. (2007): Kvalitativní výzkum v pedagogických vědách. Praha, Portál.Search in Google Scholar

TICHÝ, R., VÁVRA, M. (2012): Náboženství z jiného úhlu. Brno, CDK.Search in Google Scholar

THRIFT, N. (2003): Space: The fundamental stuff of Geography. In: Clifford, N. et al. [eds.]: Key concepts in Geography. London, SAGE.Search in Google Scholar

TUAN, Y. F. (1977): Space and Place. The Perspective of Experience. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.Search in Google Scholar

TUAN, Y. F. (1978): Sacred space: exploration of an idea. In: Butzer, K. W. [ed.]: Dimensions of Human Geography (pp. 84–99). Chicago, University Press.Search in Google Scholar

VÁCLAVÍK, D. (2010): Náboženství a moderní česká společnost. Praha, Grada.Search in Google Scholar

VAN BLERK, L., HORSCHELMANN, K. (2011): Children, youth and the city. London, Routledge.Search in Google Scholar

VÁVRA, J. (2010): Jedinec a místo, jedinec v místě, jedinec prostřednictvím místa. Geografie, 115(4): 461–478.10.37040/geografie2010115040461Search in Google Scholar

ZELINSKY, W. (2001): The uniqueness of the American religious landscape. The Geographical Review, 91: 565–585.10.2307/3594741Ouvrir le DOISearch in Google Scholar

Articles recommandés par Trend MD

Planifiez votre conférence à distance avec Sciendo