Researching Religious Plural Spaces: Examining Activist and Participatory Methodologies in the Study of Religious Plurality and Interfaith Dialogue
Written by Maurisa Zinira
Research on religion calls for various ranges of novel subject material and methodology. According to the dynamics of religious cases across faith communities, attention to this variety is crucial. Religious issues frequently involve players from different social backgrounds with a variety of competing interests, making them sensitive and complex. Therefore, in hopes of fostering a thorough comprehension of the subject at hand, it is important to take into account the best approach to understand these problems.