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Introduction to Sociology Chapter 15 RELIGION PowerPoint Image Slideshow. Figure 15.1. These sacred items inside a Hindu temple include a dancing Shiva; his consort, Pavarti ; and, in front, elephant-headed Ganesh. (Photo courtesy of McKay Savage/ flickr ). Figure 15.2.

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Introduction to sociology chapter 15 religion powerpoint image slideshow

Introduction to Sociology

Chapter 15 RELIGION

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Figure 15 1

Figure 15.1

  • These sacred items inside a Hindu temple include a dancing Shiva; his consort, Pavarti; and, in front, elephant-headed Ganesh. (Photo courtesy of McKay Savage/flickr)


Figure 15 2

Figure 15.2

  • Functionalists believe religion meets many important needs for people, including group cohesion and companionship. (Photo courtesy of James Emery/flickr)


Figure 15 3

Figure 15.3

  • Feminist theorists focus on gender inequality and promote leadership roles for women in religion. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)


Figure 15 4

Figure 15.4

  • The symbols of 14 religions are depicted here. In no particular order, they include Judaism, Wicca, Taoism, Christianity, Confucianism, Baha’i, Druidism, Islam, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Shinto, Jainism, Sikhism, and Buddhism. Can you match the symbol to the religion? What might a symbolic interactionist make of these symbols? (Photo courtesy of ReligiousTolerance.org (http://ReligiousTolerance.org) )


Figure 15 5

Figure 15.5

  • How might you classify the Mennonites? As a cult, a sect, or a denomination? (Photo courtesy of Frenkieb/flickr)


Figure 15 6

Figure 15.6

  • Hindu women sometimes apply decorations of henna dye to their hands for special occasions such as weddings and religious festivals. (Photo courtesy of AkashMazumdar)


Figure 15 7

Figure 15.7

  • Buddhism promotes peace and tolerance. The 14th Dalai Lama (Tenzin Gyatso) is one of the most revered and influential Tibetan Buddhist leaders. (Photo courtesy of Nancy Pelosi/flickr)


Figure 15 8

Figure 15.8

  • Meditation is an important practice in Buddhism. A Tibetan monk is shown here engaged in solitary meditation. (Photo courtesy of Prince Roy/flickr)


Figure 15 9

Figure 15.9

  • The Islamic house of worship is called a mosque. (Photo courtesy of David Stanley/flickr)


Figure 15 10

Figure 15.10

  • One of the tenets of Muslim practice concerns journeying to the religion’s most sacred place, Mecca. (Photo courtesy of Raeky/flickr)


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