Belief in Media
Contents: Media, religion and culture: an introduction, Peter Horsfield. Part I The Cultural Perspective: Reconceptualizing religion and media in a post-national, postmodern world: a critical historical introduction, Lynn Schofield Clark; Theology, church and media - contours in a changing cultural...
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Contents: Media, religion and culture: an introduction, Peter Horsfield. Part I The Cultural Perspective: Reconceptualizing religion and media in a post-national, postmodern world: a critical historical introduction, Lynn Schofield Clark; Theology, church and media - contours in a changing cultural terrain, Peter Horsfield; Because God is near, God is real: symbolic realism in US Latino popular Catholicism and Medieval Christianity, Roberto S. Goizueta; Notes on belief and social circulation (science fiction narratives), Juan Carlos Henriquez. Part II Mediated Christianity: Pentecostal media images and religious globalization in sub-Saharan Africa, J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu; Identities, religion and melodrama: a view from the cultural dimension of the Latin American Telenovela, German Rey; Visual media and Ethiopian Protestantism, David Morgan; From morality tales to horror movies: towards an understanding of the popularity of West African video film, Jolyon Mitchell; Religion and meaning in the digital age: field research on internet/web religion, Stewart M. Hoover and Jin Kyu Park. Part III Media Culture And Christian Institutions: Making religious media: notes from the field, Adan M. Medrano; Rescripting religious education in media culture, Mary E. Hess; Changes in the Thai Catholic way of life, Siriwan Santisakultarm; The US Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal: a media/religion case study, Frances Forde Plude. Part IV An Overview: Major issues in the study of media, religion and culture, Robert A. White. Bibliography; Index.
This book presents, in an accessible form, the new directions that approach the interaction of media and religion from a cultural perspective, and illustrates these new directions by a number of international and intercultural case studies and explorations. Looking at how global media are constructing cultural forms, structures and processes, the authors show how these have become the life out of which individual and social meaning is created and practised.
- Media, Religion And Culture: An Introduction - Peter Horsfield; Part I The Cultural Perspective: Reconceptualizing Religion And Media In A Post-national, Postmodern World: A Critical Historical Introduction - Lynn Schofield Clark; Theology, Church And Media - Contours In A Changing Cultural Terrain - Peter Horsfield; Because God Is Near, God Is Real: Symbolic Realism In Us Latino Popular Catholicism And Medieval Christianity - Roberto S. Goizueta; Notes On Belief And Social Circulation (science Fiction Narratives) - Juan Carlos Henriquez. Part Ii Mediated Christianity: Pentecostal Media Images And Religious Globalization In Sub-saharan Africa - J. Kwabena Asamoah-gyadu; Identities, Religion And Melodrama: A View From The Cultural Dimension Of The Latin American Telenovela - German Rey; Visual Media And Ethiopian Protestantism - David Morgan; From Morality Tales To Horro Movies: Towards An Understanding Of The Popularity Of West African Video Film - Jolyon Mitchell; Religion And Meaning In The Digital Age: Field Research On Internet/web Religion - Stewart M. Hoover And Jin Kyu Park. Part Iii Media Culture And Christian Institutions: Making Religious Media: Notes From The Field - Adan M. Medrano; Rescripting Religious Education In Media Culture - Mary E. Hess; Changes In The Thai Catholic Way Of Life - Siriwan Santisakultarm; The Us Catholic Church Sexual Abuse Scandal: A Media/religion Case Study - Frances Forde Plude. Part Iv An Overview: Major Issues In The Study Of Media, Religion And Culture - Robert A. White. Bibliography; Index.