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Religion, Civil Society, Social Problems


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APA 6th Edition
ZRINŠČAK, S. (2005). RELIGIJA, CIVILNO DRUšTVO, SOCIJALNI PROBLEMI. Društvena istraživanja, 14 (1-2 (75-76)), 71-96. Preuzeto s
MLA 8th Edition
ZRINŠČAK, Siniša. "RELIGIJA, CIVILNO DRUšTVO, SOCIJALNI PROBLEMI." Društvena istraživanja, vol. 14, br. 1-2 (75-76), 2005, str. 71-96. Citirano 29.05.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition
ZRINŠČAK, Siniša. "RELIGIJA, CIVILNO DRUšTVO, SOCIJALNI PROBLEMI." Društvena istraživanja 14, br. 1-2 (75-76) (2005): 71-96.
ZRINŠČAK, S. (2005). 'RELIGIJA, CIVILNO DRUšTVO, SOCIJALNI PROBLEMI', Društvena istraživanja, 14(1-2 (75-76)), str. 71-96. Preuzeto s: (Datum pristupa: 29.05.2020.)
ZRINŠČAK S. RELIGIJA, CIVILNO DRUšTVO, SOCIJALNI PROBLEMI. Društvena istraživanja [Internet]. 2005 [pristupljeno 29.05.2020.];14(1-2 (75-76)):71-96. Dostupno na:
S. ZRINŠČAK, "RELIGIJA, CIVILNO DRUšTVO, SOCIJALNI PROBLEMI", Društvena istraživanja, vol.14, br. 1-2 (75-76), str. 71-96, 2005. [Online]. Dostupno na: [Citirano: 29.05.2020.]

The paper begins with a description of the socio-religious
situation at the turn of the millennium in western and eastern
Europe. Although in western Europe there is a dominant trend
of secularisation under way, and in eastern Europe one of
revitalisation of religion, these trends cannot explain numerous
other individual and social changes, especially those
pertaining to the public role of religion. Contemporary
European societies have difficulty, among other things, in
dealing with demands for public religious expression,
especially on the part of minority, non-traditional religions. The
inadequacy of classical concepts of secularisation, the
relationship between the private and public spheres as well as
liberally understood human rights, is demonstrated in the
works of Jose Casanova and David Herbert. Although in
different ways, both reach out to the concept of civil society,
enabling the description of public activity and the public role
of religion in modern and late-modern society. The concept of
civil society offers also analytical understanding of the social
function of religion, both on the level of classical social
interventions as well as on the level of social support, i.e. its
critical social role. Finally, the results of research of the general
population as well as of ecclesiastical movements regarding
the public and social activity of the Church in Croatian society
have been analysed. They also speak of the contradictory
reality, new social needs and the possibilities and limitations of
ecclesiastical activity, therefore demonstrating once again the
interpretative, although not the normative analytical usefulness
of the redefinition of public and private within the
contemporary social circumstances.

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