Implicit Religion, Vol 11, No 2 (2008)

Vegetarianism as an Example of Dispersed Religiosity

Agnieszka Dyczewska
Issued Date: 29 Aug 2008


May the vegetarian movement be regarded as a field where a modern dispersed religiosity can manifest itself? This article presents a summary of my research, aimed to answer this question, at least in regard to the Polish case. A theoretical background will be outlined, together with the justification for the choice of material that was analyzed, and the Polish vegetarian movement will be briefly described. Then the results of my research will be presented, including a description of the values that are crucial for Polish vegetarianism. Most attention, however, will be focused on the process of the formation of a vegetarian worldview within individuals’ biographies.

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DOI: 10.1558/imre.v11i2.111


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