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The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Journalism

Edited by: Kerstin Radde-Antweiler , Xenia Zeiler

Print publication date:  October  2020
Online publication date:  October  2020

Print ISBN: 9781138304963
eBook ISBN: 9780203731420
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The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Journalism is an outstanding reference source to the key topics, challenges, past and present global issues and debates in this exciting subject. The first collection of its kind, this volume comprises over 25 chapters by a team of international contributors. This Handbook is divided into five parts, each taking global developments in the field into account:

  • Theoretical Reflections
  • Power and Authority
  • Conflict, Radicalization and Populism
  • Dialogue and Peacebuilding
  • Trends

Within these sections, central issues, debates and developments are examined, including religious and secular press; ethics; globalization; gender; datafication; differentiation; journalistic religious literacy; race and religious extremism.

This volume is essential reading for students and researchers in journalism and religious studies. This Handbook will also be very useful for those in related fields, such as sociology, communication studies, media studies and area studies.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Religion and journalism Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Reporting refugees Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Religion and journalism under secularization Download PDF
Chapter  4:  The role and function of journalism for religious organizations Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Gender, religion and the press in Scandinavia Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Race, religion and the news Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The negotiation of religious authorities in European journalism Download PDF
Chapter  8:  From good press to fake news Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Asian mass media Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Religion and journalism in Ghanaian news media Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Religion, gender and news media in Africa Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Reporting the divided soul of the nation Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Media visibility of religion and conflict in the digital age Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Gender, religion and new medias in Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Shukura Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Journalism and the rise of Hindu extremism Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Radical others and ethical selves Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Ethics, religion and journalism in the USA Download PDF
Chapter  19:  19Peace- versus conflict-journalism in Poland Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Journalism, religious intolerance and violence in Brazil Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Reporting religions with Chinese characteristics Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Religious peacebuilding in Zimbabwe Download PDF
Chapter  23:  (De-)differentiation and religion in digital news Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Differentiation Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Globalization as a trend for journalism Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Religion and journalism in a globalized world Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Religious datafication Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Datafication as a trend for journalism Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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