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of Japan’s soft power, and even the demands of the tourism industry. It overemphasizes the similarities between Buddhism and Shintō and takes it as the standard point of reference for the overall interpretation of religious diversity in Japan. As a matter of fact, just a cursory overview of

In: Religious Diversity in Asia

is encountering with religious diversity, especially in Zanzibar, but also in the Northern Tanzanian city of Arusha. For example, only a month after the interviews had been conducted for this study, church attacks were reported in May 2012 in Zanzibar (Reuters 2012). A year later, in May 2013, two

In: Mission Studies

In 1997 Stephen Warner, in his Association for the Sociology of Religion ( asr ) Presidential Address complained about the “mostly nonexistent literature on new religious diversity in the United States” (1998, 193) though he noted “significant beginnings to fill that lacuna” (ibid.). In the 2003