Religious critiques of the market

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The chapter presents a discussion on the religious critiques of the market. It summarises the key perspectives on the relationship between religion and the market is presented. This overview explains that religion and the market are not necessarily in opposition. It also sets the ground for understanding the reason why religious critiques of the market adopt different approaches (e.g. revolutionary or reformist) toward capitalism. The second part of the chapter focuses on the most recurrent themes in the literature that generally echo the critiques of the market from the lens of major world religions such as Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism and Islam. The third and final section will propose areas for future research.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Routledge Companion to Critical Marketing
EditorsMark Tadajewski, Matthew Higgins, Janice Denegri-Knott, Rohit Varman
Place of PublicationLondon
Chapter16
Pages271-284
Number of pages14
ISBN (Electronic)9781315630526
Publication statusPublished - 11 Oct 2018

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Islam
Judaism
Christianity

Keywords

  • religion
  • critique
  • market
  • capitalism
  • marketing

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Jafari, A. (2018). Religious critiques of the market. In M. Tadajewski, M. Higgins, J. Denegri-Knott, & R. Varman (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Critical Marketing (pp. 271-284). London.
Jafari, Aliakbar. / Religious critiques of the market. The Routledge Companion to Critical Marketing. editor / Mark Tadajewski ; Matthew Higgins ; Janice Denegri-Knott ; Rohit Varman. London, 2018. pp. 271-284
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The Routledge Companion to Critical Marketing. ed. / Mark Tadajewski; Matthew Higgins; Janice Denegri-Knott; Rohit Varman. London, 2018. p. 271-284.

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Jafari A. Religious critiques of the market. In Tadajewski M, Higgins M, Denegri-Knott J, Varman R, editors, The Routledge Companion to Critical Marketing. London. 2018. p. 271-284