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. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 12. Part 2. P. 102-105.
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THE CONTOURS OF NEW SPIRITUALITY IN GENDER DIMENSION

Kuznetsova Olesya Vasil'evna, Smolina Natal'ya Sergeevna
Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B. N. Yeltsin


Abstract. The processes occurring in modern times lead to a change in the forms of the existence of religion. Along with religion there is a discourse of spirituality, suggesting a personal search, a movement towards answers to existential questions beyond the institutional religions. This situation raises many questions about the existence of religion, its evolution, and other forms of existence of the sacred and individual. The authors consider main approaches to the topic of new spirituality in the sociology of religion and outline the contours of new spirituality and the reasons for its popularity among women.
Key words and phrases: духовность, религия, религиозный плюрализм, эклектичная религиозность, повседневные религии, деинституциализация религии, гендерный аспект спиритуальности, гендер и религия, духовная революция, spirituality, religion, religious pluralism, eclectic religiosity, everyday religions, de-institutionalization of religion, gender aspect of spirituality, gender and religion, spiritual revolution.
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