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emotional attachments to them. 14 Jonathan Z. Smith further shows that sacred places often develop not in symbolic centers but on social and geographic peripheries, where they function politically to interrogate, disrupt, and escape the hegemonic power of the center. 15 These theoretical advances have

In: Atlas of Religion in China: Social and Geographical Contexts