Social Media and Religious Change

Social Media and Religious Change

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Amongst books on religion and the internet, this collection is distinctive in addressing the interaction between social and mass media in the construction of contemporary religion and spirituality, and public understandings of them. Topics discussed include the implications of social media for religious authority, the implications of mediatisation for community relations, and the challenges of social media for traditionally bounded religious communities.Although the a#39;strong programa#39; bears the influence of a range of theoretical sources, 4 the later work of Emile Durkheim, from ... As Alexander (1988a: 3) wrote in the introduction to an important early collection of essays in cultural sociology: In aanbsp;...

Title:Social Media and Religious Change
Author: Marie Gillespie, David Eric John Herbert, Anita Greenhill
Publisher:Walter de Gruyter - 2013-10-29

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