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"Originally published as a monograph in the International encyclopaedia of Laws/Religion."
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 27-30) and index.
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General Introduction. Section 1. General background of the country Sec. 2. Social facts about religion Sec. 3. Historical background Selected bibliography. Part 1. Legal framework and sources. Chapter 1. Constitutional position of religion Ch. 2. Other legislation with regard to religion Ch. 3. Typology of the system Pt. 2. Religious freedom in general. Ch. 1. Individual religious freedom Ch. 2. Collective religious freedom Ch. 3. Organisational regligious freedom Pt. 3. Legal status of religious communities. Ch. 1. Formal status of religious communities Ch. 2. Autonomy of religious communities Ch. 3. Fundamental rights and religious communities Ch. 4. Contractual religious freedom Pt. 4. International, transnational and regional effects on religious communities. Ch. 1. International law affecting religious communities Ch. 2. Transnational law affecting religious communities Ch. 3. Regional law affecting religious communities Pt. 5. Religion and politics. Ch. 1. Religion influence in politics Ch. 2. Political influence in religion Ch. 3. Interaction between religion and state on a political and legal level Pt. 6. Labour law within religious communities. Ch. 1. Scope of application of labour law Ch. 2. religious ministers and labour law Ch. 3. Other church employees and labour law Pt. 7. Religious communities and protection of the individual. Ch. 1. Protection of privacy Ch. 2. Freedom to marry Ch. 3. Freedom of expression Ch. 4. Due process norms and religious groups Ch. 5. Professional secrecy Ch. 6. Medical ethics Ch. 7. Non-discrimination Ch. 8. Penal law and religion Pt. 8. Church financing. Ch. 1. Direct financing of religious communities Ch. 2. Indirect financing of religious communities Pt. 9. Education. Ch. 1. Religious education in public and private schools Ch. 2. Religious schools Pt. 10. Matrimonial and family law. Ch. 1. Legal position of religious marriage Ch. 2. Religious family law Pt. 11. Religion and culture. Ch. 1. Religion and art Ch. 2. Religion and Media Ch. 3. Religion and civil society Ch. 4. Religion and public debate.
KD8600 .H55 2011
International encyclopaedia of laws. Religion.
Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands : Wolters Kluwer ; Frederick, MD : Sold and distributed in North, Central, and South America by Aspen Publishers,