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    Founded by 10 women on November 26, 1913 at Hunter College in New York, Phi Sigma Sigma is now an international sorority with 60,000 initiated members, 115 collegiate chapters and more than 100 alumnae chapters, clubs and associations across the United States and Canada. Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, founded in 1917, was the first nonsectarian ...

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    • Nonsectarian Means Not Affiliated with A Religious Group
    • Is Non-Sectarianism Really A Fundamental Secular Idea?

    The list of things that are and aren't sectarian seems dumb. Basically every organization ever is one of the two, and there doesn't seem to be anything particularly special about these orgs being sectarian. Jordanp (talk) 22:40, 15 March 2008 (UTC)

    It is not possible to be "nonsectarian" and also affiliated with a religious group. Nonsectarian by definition means not affiliated with a religious group. Please see the following definitions from the various dictionary entries, including Merriam-Webster: "not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious group." "not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious denomination." "Not limited to or associated with a particular religious denomination." - "not confined to or affiliated with any specific religion." —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:15, 16 June 2010 (UTC) the above piece by unsigned pretty much sums it up. What part of the definition of nonsectarian would suggest that "the organization may be overtly influenced by the Church they are r...

    Is Non-Sectarianism really inherently secular, plenty of Superstitious and non-secular institutions have been non-sectarian. Imagine as an example I create a institution based off some wacky religion and superstitions and it is non-sectarian is that secular? Moreover I am not religious what so ever and I attend some Church boxing occasonially, they know I am an atheist yet they are not sectarian is that definable as "Secular"? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Vallee01 (talk • contribs) 18:39, 29 October 2019 (UTC)

  2. Nonsectarian. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Jump to navigation Jump to search. Nonsectarian institutions are secular institutions or other organizations not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious group.

  3. › wiki › Nonsectarianism Cached (Redirected from Nonsectarianism) Nonsectarian institutions are secular institutions or other organizations not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious group.

  4. › wiki › Nonsectarianism Cached Nonsectarian institutions are secular institutions or other organizations not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious group.

    • NPOV Tag
    • Sectarian Conflict
    • Proposed Merger
    • Another Proposed Merger
    • I Think This Article May Rely to Heavily on Examples of Religious Sectarianism
    • Merging with Sectarian Violence Is A Bad Idea
    • What Is Sectarianism?
    • Why So Much Info on Australia?
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    I've put the NPOV tag on this, although perhaps general clean up would be better. A lot of this seem to be original research It's pretty difficult to be balanced in such an article, but that is the goal. . I thought a more substantive article would be useful. Most of the references concentrate on religious sects but sects can obviously also be political. If somebody wants to make the article more "neutral" this is of course always possible. The article aims to convey the kinds of mentality, habits and practices typical of sectarianism. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Jurriaan (talk • contribs) on 25 July 2005. 1. (As a lifelong English speaker, I can say definitely that I've never heard the term sectism! But no matter.) I think about 80% of this article needs to be thrown out, because it's written from the affected point of view of a psychologist analyzing the mentality of "the sectarian" – as though this fictitious single individual could stand for a whole phenomenon m...

    A sectarian conflict usually refers to conflict along religious and political lines such as the conflicts between between Shia and Sunni Muslims, or between Catholics and Protestants in Ulster or western Scotland. A sectarian conflict may also refer to general philosophical or political conflict between different schools of thought. I have never once heard the term "sectarian conflict" used for anything other than a war, certainly not attributed to the situation in Scotland or the general differences between Shia and Sunni. This is completely POV. In addition, unless evidence can be provided, I am not aware of any conflict along "political lines" between Catholics and Protestants in western Scotland., 13 November 2005 (UTC) 1. Hello! Welcome to the discussion. (Why don't you log in or make a user-name for yourself? 'Tis free and easy.) I think you're right; perhaps "sectarian rivalry" would have been a better phrase. However, there are instances where Shias and Sun...

    From Sect: "A sect is in a non-Indian context generally a small religious or political group."The sectarianism article lists, among others, protestant/catholic, chritian/muslim conflicts... Not exactly small groups.Sect and Sectarianism obviously have the same etymological root, but really deal with quite different topics. They should best stay separate. Caoilte 1. taking the merge tags down to reflect the lack of support for a merge. --Guinnog10:22, 28 August 2006 (UTC)

    I see there's now a proposal to merge this article with sectarian violence. I'm neutral for now. Sectarianism includes discrimination and prejudice as well as outright violence, so it's not wholly the same... on the other hand, the fewer articles about abstractions the better, most likely, so instead we can jump right in and link to articles about real things (i.e. instead of having a structure where we siphon off into sections like {{Main|Sectarian violence}}, we instead merge everything and then point to {{Main|Sectarian violence in Iraq}}). Maybe I've talked myself into a weak support. QuartierLatin1968 22:38, 13 September 2006 (UTC)

    Thank you for your suggestion! When you feel an article needs improvement, please feel free to make those changes. Wikipedia is a wiki, so anyone can edit almost any article by simply following the Edit this page link at the top. You don't even need to log in (although there are many reasons why you might want to). The Wikipedia community encourages you to be bold in updating pages. Don't worry too much about making honest mistakes — they're likely to be found and corrected quickly. If you're not sure how editing works, check out how to edit a page, or use the sandbox to try out your editing skills. New contributors are always welcome. --Guinnog20:25, 27 October 2006 (UTC)

    I linked to this page from another Wiki article (Guy Fawkes Night) which linked the word 'sectarian' to sectarianism. To merge would be a bad idea. The definition of sectarian is '... a characteristic of a sect, a religious group adhering to a distinctive doctrine...'. Not all sectarian groups have violent characteristics, and some are specifically NON-violent. Mfields112:02, 5 November 2006 (UTC) 1. I agree with that - sectarian religious groups can have nothing to do with violence. I also disagree it's usually a pejorative - at least it doesn't seem to be used that why in an academic article I was reading. Perhaps it's a slang pejorative - to US liberals for example? 04:53, 23 April 2007 (UTC)

    From the very first line this article assumes that the reader already knows what Sectarianism is. The first line tells me: Perhaps I can reverse-engineer from this that sectarianism is anything "labeled" as sectarian, but even if that's true, it seems to have fallen into a Fallacy of definition (in particular Defining with a synonym). Not having the article-subject defined in the header (or anywhere else) is probably against guidelines (E.g. First Sentence Style & WP:NOTwhich says: "An article should usually begin with a clear description that summarizes the subject as described in the rest of the article"). All the good articles I've read on Wikipedia do take this approach of firstly introducing & defining the subject. I suggest that this article does the same. On a practical level, the article isn't very useful to me, as I'm genuinely unsure of the implications in this word(having been given a variety of definitions from mostly meaning 'intransigent' to mostly meaning 'emphasising...

    Shouldn't it have it's own page like the ones for pakistan, the mid east, europe, etc? it sort goes on and on and doesn't seem right for this page. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 05:29, 18 September 2008 (UTC) 1. 1.1. 1.1.1. I think that the section on Australian sectarianism forms an interesting 'case study'; in this case about how sectarianism can be transferred from (literally) one side of the world to the other. Presumably there was no such thing in Australia before then (unless the Aborigines were prone to it within their own religion(s). I believe that it is of value and should not be deleted, but agree that it should be moved to a more appropriate place (maybe a page called 'Sectarianism in Australia', with links from both this page and from one dealing with the darker side of the history and culture of Australia. ChrisRed (talk) 07:28, 18 September 2008 (UTC)

    There should maybe be an aditional note on the concept of nonsectarianism. For a long time, Protestants refered to themselves as nonsectarian because they did not claim to belong to a Church, such as members of the Catholic Church or the Eastern Orthodox Church do. This sectarian definition of nonsectarianism paradoxically led them to exclude Catholics and others from their own institutions, which were quintessentially WASP, and not very tolerant of cultural and sectarian distinctives. ADM (talk) 13:54, 26 July 2009 (UTC)

    i thought sectarianism is only between denominations within religious traditions, therefore conflicts between religions (between hindus and muslims for example) should not be classified as sectarianism. Yiyun02:09, 15 October 2006 (UTC) Sectarianism is one of those things with a very vague definition. The PSNIdefine sectarianism in the following manner (Taken from page 22 of the "HATE INCIDENTS & CRIMES - PSNI Statistics: Annual Statistical Report" In the Northern Irish context, is it safe to assume that sectarianism refers to any "bigoted dislike or hatred" towards the other section and side of the divide? That's how the term is used here, not entirely religious. PatrickC (talk) 21:33, 11 July 2008 (UTC) I've looked at several different dictionaries, and none of them support the definition presented here. This entire article is unsourced, and should be rewritten. If no one else fixes it by Saturday, I'm going to come up with some new title and create a stub at the "sectarian" page....

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