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Andrew Yip and Sarah-Jane Page: Understanding Young Buddhists | Living Out Ethical Journeys | Chapter 2: Journeying to Buddhism

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The majority of the young Buddhists we studied had not grown up in Buddhist families. For most, then, their embracing of Buddhism was part of an ongoing, reflexive and shifting religious journey. However, we do not suggest that affiliating with Buddhism became an end point to their faith journeys. Rather, …

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Andrew Yip and Sarah-Jane Page: Understanding young Buddhists | Living out ethical Journeys | Chapter 1-C: Researching Young Buddhists

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Researching Young Buddhists   Studying Young Buddhists This book focuses on 44 individuals in total who either identified exclusively as Buddhist (31), or who incorporated Buddhism as part of their religious identity, such as ‘Buddhist-Christian’ (13). The Appendix details all the participants featured. Following Tweed (1999), we used self-identification with …

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Andrew Yip and Sarah-Jane Page: Understanding Young Buddhists | Living Out Ethical Journeys | Chapter 1: Young Buddhists: Locating Difference

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Young Buddhists: Locating Difference The basis for this book comes from a major project undertaken between 2009 and 2011 in the uk entitled Religion, Youth and Sexuality: A Multi-faith Explora- tion. This study encompasses young adults aged between 18 and 25 from six dif- ferent religious traditions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, …

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