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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Diane H Winston
|Description:||xviii, 613 p. ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Religion and news in eighteenth-century America / David Copeland --The Penny Press and the birth of modern religion reporting / Judith M. Buddenbaum --
American journalism and religion, 1870-1930 / Richard Flory --
Religion news coverage between 1930 and 1960 / Debra L. Mason --
Quantity, quality, and religion in the news since 9/11 / Stewart M. Hoover --
Late-night comedy as a source of religion news / Lynn Schofield Clark and Jill Dierberg --
Religion in print media / Doug Underwood --
Religion news on the radio / Peter Manseau --
Commercial television news, crisis, and collective memory / Michele Rosenthal --
Religion news online / Debra L. Mason --
American Catholicism and the mass-market newsweekly / Peter Manseau --
Mainline Protestants and news narratives of declension / J. Terry Todd --
Orthodox Judaism and the news / Nora L. Rubel --
Media representations of "Sunbelt" evangelicalism / Darren Dochuk --
The legends of the "Assassins" in news coverage of Muslims / Karim H. Karim --
News coverage of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints / Jana Riess --
News coverage and popular press reports of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in the 1960s / Jane Naomi Iwamura --
American press coverage of Buddhism from the 1870s to the present / Nick Street --
Wicca in the news / Sarah M. Pike --
Media coverage of Scientology in the United States / Carole M. Cusack --
Religion and politics in print / Mark Silk --
Media portrayals of the Moral Majority / John P. Bartkowski and Ashraf Alam --
Evolution, creationism and objectivity in the press / Lauri Lebo --
Alternative medicine in the press / Steven Barrie-Anthony --
News coverage of religion, sexuality and AIDS / Diane Winston --
Race and racism in news coverage of religion / Marcia Alesan Dawkins --
Football and Christianity in the news / Annie Blazer --
The celebrification of religion in the age of infotainment / Kathryn Lofton --
Latin American religion in the news / Magali do Nascimento Cunha --
American coverage of immigration, Islam, and identity in the UK and the Netherlands / Elizabeth Poole --
American newspaper coverage of Islam in the Arab world / Philip Seib --
American news coverage of Chinese Uighurs / Dalia Hashad --
Religion and reporting in Africa / Anthea Butler --
The independent Catholic press and Vatican II / Denise P. Ferguson --
The mainline Protestant press and the idea of "declining" liberal religion / Mark Hulsether --
The American Jewish press / Jonathan D. Sarna --
The evangelical press / Ken Waters --
One nation, many voices: the Muslim press in the United States / Faiza Hirji --
The African American religious press / John M. Giggie.
|Series Title:||Oxford handbooks.|
|Other Titles:||Handbook of religion and the American news media|
|Responsibility:||edited by Diane Winston.|
A great resource...Winston and her contributors are utterly persuasive in their contention that the currents of the media water are so strong that religion scholars need to be aware of them.
- Mass media in religion -- United States.
- Mass media -- Religious aspects.
- Mass media -- United States.
- Religion and the press -- United States.
- Journalism, Religious -- United States.
- Digital media -- Religious aspects.
- Digital media -- United States.
- Digital media.
- Journalism, Religious.
- Mass media.
- Mass media in religion.
- Religion and the press.
- United States.