Thinking methods in media and religion : : Natalie Fritz [and eight others].

Inspired by a workshop held at the University of Zurich in November 2014, we inaugurate the Journal for Religion, Film and Media (JRFM) with a special issue dedicated to methodology. The field of media and religion is characterised by a multitude of approaches to both religion and media. The choice...

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Superior document:Journal for Religion, Film and Media
Place / Publishing House:Marburg : : Schüren Verlag,, [2015]
Year of Publication:2015
Series:Journal for Religion, Film and Media
Physical Description:1 electronic resource (106 p.)
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Table of Contents:
  • Editorial 9
  • I Religion, Media and Communication
  • Religion and Communication Spaces 23
  • A Semio-pragmatic Approach
  • Documentary Media and Religious Communities 31
  • Methodological Challenges by (New) Media 37
  • An Essay on Perspectives and Possible Consequences
  • II Religion, Media and Gender
  • (Re)Making a Difference 45
  • Religion, Mediatisation and Gender
  • Staging the Dead 57
  • The Material Body as a Medium for Gender and Religion
  • Mediality and Materiality in the History of Religions 65
  • A Medieval Case Study about Religion and Gender in In-Between Spaces.