Tag Archives: Media and religion
[ April 30, 2015 to May 5, 2015. ] Hiroshima, Japan, the City of Peace is proud to serve as the venue for the Second Education for Peace and Interfaith Conference in Asia. With the theme of “Interfaith Dialogue: The Road to Peace,” the three-day international, peer-reviewed event will bring together a diverse cross-section of religions, cultures, communities and nations around the world.
To quote [...]
[ December 10, 2013 to December 15, 2013. ] Call for Papers for ICA Pre-Conference on “Media and Religion”: Betwixt and Between
Sponsored by the Philosophy, Theory and Critique Division of the International Communication Association, 22 May 2014 at the Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington
“Media and religion” is a phrase used to describe a growing cross-disciplinary field of research. Communication scholars have [...]
[ October 11, 2013 to October 12, 2013. ] Media and Religion – The Interplay of Profane and Sacred
The modernity product, from which mass media feeds, was built on axiom
of the political institutions’ laicization, education and culture.
Print media, television, radio, and recently online media define
themselves as institutions serving various public categories by
offering them information and entertainment (essential in profane
existence) and no access to the [...]