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  • Título Original: American Evangelicals And The Mass Media: Perspectives On The Relationship Between American Evangelicals And The Mass Media
  • Autor del libro: Quentin J. Schultze
  • ISBN: 978-0310272618
  • Idioma: ES
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  • Realese fecha:2012-04-06
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American Evangelicals and the Mass Media is a collection of sixteen essays written by stellar figures in the media field. Each contributor develops the relationship between evangelicals and the media in a different area. The reader will find that evangelicals influenced the American system of mass communication and that system in turn influenced evangelicals. The interacti American Evangelicals and the Mass Media is a collection of sixteen essays written by stellar figures in the media field. Each contributor develops the relationship between evangelicals and the media in a different area. The reader will find that evangelicals influenced the American system of mass communication and that system in turn influenced evangelicals. The interaction between the two continues to touch many aspects of American life. Part One of the book unfolds the historical context between evangelicals and the media; Part Two covers contemporary evangelical media (books, magazines, music, and radio; Part Three centers on televangelism (both the good and the bad aspects); Part Four focuses on evangelicals and the secular news media; Part Five develops the relationship between evangelicals and broadcasting; and Part Six assesses the evangelical media legacy. Quentin J. Schultze is professor of communication arts and sciences at Calvin College. He is co-author of Youth, Electronic Media and Popular Culture and author of a forthcoming book on religious broadcasting in the United States.