By Chris Hermans

A learn of the principles of spiritual schooling. it truly is targeted round six options: faith in a globalizing society; non secular culture; faith; the spiritual self; studying via participation; and interreligious studying.

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These traditions are less contingent and fleeting than traditions based on digital ordering of space. ), I have to find a seat in a particular class, I should possess a valid travel document, et cetera. On the digital express way people move at lightning speed in highly unstable, not very regulated ways. People visit a website without leaving a message and are fascinated now by one topic, then by another. When we want to book a flight, we visit all sites that offer air tickets.

14). What is the result of this double process of cultural extension and cultural compression? Some speak of a massive process of homogenization: We are witnessing the MacDonald-ization of society and the world which is not confined to food but is also apparent in car maintenance, education, child care, supermarkets, video rental outlets, cinemas, theme parks and sex. 8). MacDonald-ization is more than an economic process of ‘efficiency’. MacDonalds products are consumed culturally as icons of a particular way of life.

91). Modernity 2 is characterized by an endless gathering of impressions and acquiring of experience. These impressions are not neatly categorized and controlled, but make life messy, contingent, and transient. According to Rojek, modernity 1 and modernity 2 are interdependent forces that have characterized modernity from the outset. For example, the creation of a national market in the 19th century destroyed the social networks that existed on a local level and created an army of poor and socially deprived people.

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