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Adams, A. K. (2002). Evangelization and Communication Theory: Proclaiming the Gospel on the Internet.
Anderson, R., & Ross, V. (2001). Questions of Communication: A Practical Introduction to Theory. Bedford/st Martins.
Badaracco, C. (2005). Quoting God: How Media Shape Ideas About Religion and Culture. Baylor Univ Pr.
Baffelli, E. (2008). Media and Religion in Japan: The Aum Affair as a Turning Point. Working paper presented to the EASA Media Anthropology Network.
Berger, H. A., & Ezzy, D. (2009). Mass Media and Religious Identity: A Case Study of Young Witches. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 48(3), 501–514.
Borgmann, A., & Peters, J. D. (2007). In an interview with Lynn Hershman Leeson, Jaron Lanier said (1996, p. 49) that" communications technologies... are very much worth exploring because they hold within them the hope of increased empathy." The reason for his optimism was the development of virtual reality. Virtual reality, he thought, was going to lead to post-symbolic communication, a" new stratum of communication where. Communication, Media, and Identity: A Christian Theory of Communication, 231.
Clark, L. S., & Hoover, S. (1997). At the Intersection of Media, Culture and Religion. Rethinking Media, Religion, and Culture, 20–35.
Fortner, R. S. (1994). Mediated Communication Theory. Building Communication Theories: A Socio/Cultural Approach, 209.
Garner, R. D. (1997). “Communication Theory and Preaching”: A Project to Determine Preferences of Selected Communication Theories in the Preaching Event at First Baptist Church, New Tazewell, Tennessee.
Herrman, M., & Southwest Missouri State University. Dept. of Communication. (2005). Companions on the Journey: Symbolic Interaction in Helping Relationships and the Developoment of Spirituality for Young Adult Catholics.
Hess, M. E. (1999). From Trucks Carrying Messages to Ritualized Identities: Implications for Religious Educators of the Postmodern Paradigm Shift in Media Studies. Religious Education, 94(3), 273–288.
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Kim, J. H. (2001). Communication Theory of C. Ellis Nelson, and Its Implications for the Korean American Church.
Kraft, C. H. (1991). Communication Theory for Christian Witness. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books.
Lee, H. J. (2006). Covenant and Communication: A Christian Moral Conversation with Jurgen Habermas. University Press Of America.
Lehikoinen, T. (2003). Religious Media Theory: Understanding Mediated Faith and Christian Applications of Modern Media.
Sasaki, J. Y., & Kim, H. S. (2011). At the Intersection of Culture and Religion: A Cultural Analysis of Religion’s Implications for Secondary Control and Social Affiliation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101(2), 401.
Schultze, Q. J., Woods, R. H., & Christians, C. G. (2008). Understanding Evangelical Media: The Changing Face of Christian Communication. Downers Grove, Ill: IVP Academic.
Simonnes, A. (2004). Media Influence and the Moral Formation of Children: A Strategy of Strengthening the Moral Value Formation of Children in Contemporary Norwegian Society and Culture.
Søgaard, V. (1992). Applying Christian Communication. Ann Arbor Mich.: University Microfilms International.
Soukup, P. A. (2003). The Structure of Communication as a Challenge for Theology. Teología y Vida, 44, 102–122.
Stout, D. A., & Buddenbaum, J. M. (2003). Media, Religion, and “Framing.” Journal of Media and Religion, 2(1), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.1207/S15328415JMR0201_1
Tripp, P. D. (2000). War of Words: Getting to the Heart of Your Communication Struggles. Presbyterian & Reformed Pub Co.