2 edition of Religion in television found in the catalog.
Religion in television
Independent Television Authority.
by Independent Television Authority
Written in English
|Contributions||Independent Television Companies Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
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SUMMARY. ENTIRE BOOK An examination of the values and cultural significance of secular television, and the role of mass media in shaping our lives. The author provides a theology of communication, a critique of the Electronic Church, and concludes with practical suggestions for those who are concerned about the impact of American television worldwide.
The subject of competition between religion and television has, if only indirectly, received considerable attention, particularly from religionists disturbed by the threat posed by television programming to traditional religious beliefs, values, and attitudes. This detailed study considers the competing cultural forces of television and religion from a wider and more theoretical.
The author sets the stage for his examination of religious television in America. The issues involved and questions to be answered. Chapter 1: The Emergence of Religious Television. Religion on television has been around since the inception of television, just as it was with early radio. The history of the first twenty years, including Bishop.
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"The rest of the media is waiting in the lobby and outside the building," he writes in the introduction to his new book, POP Religion in television book RELIGION/5(8). "A thought-provoking book about religion today." -- Booklist "American Cosmic is a superb investigation into the birth and rise of a new religion." -- Foreword Reviews.
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Her book makes a significant contribution to our understanding of religion in the African diaspora, religion and the American media, and Pentecostalism." —Judith Weisenfeld, Princeton University. The Good Place is a show that only feels familiar because of what you bring to it. Yes, your Good Place may be Christian Heaven, but The Good Place isn't Christian.
Or Jewish or Hindu or Muslim. Latter Day Saints and Mormons have been portrayed in popular media many times. These portrayals often emphasize controversy such as polygamy or myths about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and other Latter Day Saint movement religions.
Controversial, negative portrayals. In 19th century literature. Television, Religion, and Supernatural examines the text of the CW network television series Supernatural, a program based in the horror genre that offers viewers myriad religious-based antagonists through the portrayals of monsters, which its two main characters "hunt" and destroy, as well as storylines based on the Bible.
How is religion portrayed on prime time entertainment television and what effect does this have on our society. This book brings together the opinions of all the important factions involved in this important public policy debate, including religious figures (Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, and Freethinkers--liberal and conservative), academics, media critics and journalists, and.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 72 unnumbered pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Part 1 The role of religion on television: aims of religious broadcasting - the broadcasters; aims of religious broadcasting - the public.
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Most disconcerting is that the distinction between television and book-learning is largely absent from the discussion of the education trouble in America at the time of the book's Author: Neil Postman.of religion in television has always been a hobby of mine; and through my coursework recent book, American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us, “[r]eligiosity and conservative politics became increasingly aligned, and abortion and gay rights becameAuthor: Alicia Suzanne Vermeer.