Segregation in religion networks

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Hu, Jiantao; Zhang, Qian-Ming; Zhou, Tao;
(2018)

Religious beliefs could facilitate human cooperation [1-6], promote civic engagement [7-10], improve life satisfaction [11-13] and even boom economic development [14-16]. On the other side, some aspects of religion may lead to regional violence, intergroup conflict and ... View more
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