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Religion in the media age

Author: Stewart M Hoover
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2010.
Series: Religion, media and culture
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. publ., transferred to digital printView all editions and formats
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Late modernity has produced a marked turn away from institutionalized religions towards individual forms of the search for spiritual meaning. Looking at the everyday interaction of religion and media  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stewart M Hoover
ISBN: 0415314232 9780415314237 0415314224 9780415314220
OCLC Number: 712231238
Description: IX, 341 Seiten ; 24 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgements Introduction 1. What This Book Could be About 2. From Medium to Meaning: The Evolution of Theories About Media, Religion, and Culture 3. Media and Religion in Transition 4. Articulating Life and Culture in the Media Age: Plausible Narratives of the Self 5. Reception of Religion and Media 6. Cultural Objects and Religious Identity Among Born-Agains and Mainstream Believers 7. Cultural Objects and Religious Identity Among Metaphysical Believers, Dogmatists, and Secularists 8. Representing Outcomes 9. Media and Public Religious Culture Post-09/11/01 and Post-11/2/04 10. Conclusion: What is Produced? Appendix: Notes on Method References
Series Title: Religion, media and culture
Responsibility: Stewart M. Hoover.
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'Few, if any, media scholars are as capable as Stewart Hoover of writing this book. It provides an insightful review of religion's generally neglected place in the history of media in modernity... Read more...

 
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