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Title: Religión e Instituciones públicas en España: hospitales y prisiones en perspectiva comparada
Other Titles: Religion and public institutions in Spain: a comparison of hospitals and prisons
Author: Griera Llonch, Maria del Mar
Clot Garrell, Anna
Martínez Ariño, Julia
García-Romeral Moreno, Gloria
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Keywords: Catholic Church
Religious Diversity
Issue Date: 10-Nov-2015
Publisher: Revista Internacional de Sociologia
Citation: Griega, M., Clot Garrell, A., Martínez Ariño, J. & Garcia-Romeral Moreno, G. (2015). Religión e Instituciones públicas en España: hospitales y prisiones en perspectiva comparada. Revista Internacional de Sociologia, 73(3), 0-0. doi: 10.3989/ris.2015.73.3.e020
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Abstract: Based on a qualitative approach, this article analyzes the current role of religion in Spanish prisons and hospitals. More specifically, the article explores the daily tensions and negotations between the Catholic Church, the religious minorities and the secular professionals working in these institutions. The complexity of the micro religious/secular dynamics, together with the mono/multiconfessional tension and the religious/spiritual divide going on within these institutions, demonstrate the impossibility of drawing a single model to account for the way in which religion is being dealt with in contemporary Spanish public institutions.
Language: Spanish
ISSN: 1988-429XMIAR

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