Abstract

The academic study of religious diversity is well established in many national settings, including in Canada. Quantitative claims about religious diversity, often in conjunction with statements that are comparative, either historically or geographically, are a prominent feature of this scholarship. This article poses methodological, historiographical, and ethical-political questions that arise, especially from commonplace claims to ‘‘increased religious diversity.’’

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Additional Information

ISSN
1918-6371
Print ISSN
0826-9831
Pages
pp. 159-169
Launched on MUSE
2016-03-06
Open Access
No
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