|aReligion in China today /|cedited by Daniel L. Overmyer.
|aCambridge [England] :|bCambridge University Press,|cc2003.
|aviii, 235 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aThe China quarterly special issues ;|vnew ser., no. 3
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tReligion in China today: introduction /|rDaniel L. Overmyer --|tBelief in control: regulation of religion in China /|rPitman B. Potter --|tLocal communal religion in contemporary south-east China /|rKenneth Dean --|tCult of the Silkworm Mother as a core of local community religion in a north China village: field study in Zhiwuying, Baoding, Hebei /|rFan Lizhu --|tNameless but active religion: an anthropologist's view of local religion in Hong Kong and Macau /|rTik-Sang Liu --|tReligion and the atate in post-war Taiwan /|rPaul R. Katz --|tDaoism in China today, 1980-2002 /|rLai Chi-Tim --|tBuddhist China at the century's turn /|rRaoul Birnbaum --|tIslam in China: accommodation or separatism? /|rDru C. Gladney --|tCatholic revival during the reform era /|rRichard Madsen --|tChinese Protestant Christianity today /|r Daniel H. Bays --|tHealing Sects and anti-cult campaigns /|rNancy N. Chen.