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Abbott, J. (2006). Religion and gender in the news: The case of Promise Keepers, feminists, and the “stand in the gap” rally. Journal of Communication and Religion, 29(2, November), 224–261.
Armstrong, R. N., Hallmark, J. R., & Williamson, L. K. (2005). Televangelism as institutional apologia: The religious talk show as strategized text. Journal of Media and Religion, 4(2), 67–83.
Aupers, S., & Houtman, D. (2007). Religion Beyond God. Sociology.
Bae, H., Brown, W., & Kang, S. (2010). Social influence of a religious hero: The late Cardinal Stephen Kim Sou-hwan’s effect on cornea donation and volunteerism. Journal of Health Communication, 16(1), 62–78.
Baffelli, E. (2007). Mass media and religion in Japan: Mediating the leader’s image. Westminster Papers in Communication & Culture, 4(1, March), 83–99.
Barnhart, D. L. (2004). The Rhetorical Use of Children in Sermons.
Bell, G. (2006). No more SMS from Jesus: Ubicomp, religion and techno-spiritual practices. UbiComp 2006: Ubiquitous Computing, 141–158.
Brook, J. L. (2011). Reclaiming America for Christian Reconstruction: The Rhetorical Constitution of a" People".
Buck, C. (2009). Religious myths and visions of America: how minority faiths redefined America’s world role. Praeger Publishers.
BURD, G. (2009). Efficiency Techniques in Journalistic Practice, Scientific Rigor, and Religious Rhetoric. The Culture of Efficiency: Technology in Everyday Life, 55, 266.
Campbell, H. (2005). Making space for religion in Internet studies. The Information Society, 21(4), 309–315.
Caplan, K. (1997). God’s voice: Audiotaped sermons in Israeli Haredi society. Modern Judaism, 17(3), 253–279.
Chen, H. (2009). An Integrated Study on Media Frames and Public Interpretations of Official Scandal.
Christians, C. G. (2006). Jacques Ellul’s conversions and Protestant theology. Journal of Media and Religion, 5(3), 147–160.
Christians, C. G., & Lum, C. (2005). Ellul as theologian in counterpoint. Perspectives on Culture Technology and Communication: The Media Ecology Tradition, 117–141.
Clarke, S. H. (2005). Created in whose image? Religious characters on network television. Journal of Media and Religion, 4(3), 137–153.
Contreras, D. (2007). Coverage of complex theoretical content: The Case of “Dominus Iesus”. Westminster Papers in Communication & Culture, 4(1, March), 26–46.
Critchley, S. (2009). The catechism of the citizen: politics, law and religion in, after, with and against Rousseau. Continental Philosophy Review, 42(1), 5–34.
Croucher, S., Oommen, D., Borton, I., Anarbaeva, S., & Turner, J. (2010). The influence of religiosity and ethnic identification on media use among Muslims and non-Muslims in France and Britain. Mass Communication and Society, 13(3, July–August), 314–334.
D’Cruz, C., & D’Cruz, G. (2008). The body of Christ: Blasphemy as a necessary transgression? Negotiating the Sacred II: Blasphemy and Sacrilege in the Arts, 93.
Dabbous-Sensenig, D. (2006). To Veil or Not to Veil: Gender and Religion on Al-Jazeera’s Islamic Law and Life. Westminster Papers in Communication & Culture, 3(2), 60–85.
Davis, K. D. (2008). Framing faith.
De Feijter, I. (2007). The art of dialogue: religion, communication and global media culture (Vol. 15). Lit Verlag.
Deane-Drummond, C., Szerszynski, B., & Grove-White, R. (2003). Re-ordering nature: theology, society and the new genetics. Tamp; t Clark Ltd.
Doan, A. E. (2007). Opposition & intimidation: the abortion wars & strategies of political harassment. Univ of Michigan Pr.
Egan, R. D., & Papson, S. (2005). “You either get it or you don’t:” conversion experiences and The Dr. Phil Show. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, 10.
Engstrom, E., & Valenzano III, J. M. (2010). Demon Hunters and Hegemony: Portrayal of Religion on the CW’s Supernatural. Journal of Media and Religion, 9(2), 67–83.
Espinosa, G. (2009). Religion and the American presidency: George Washington to George W. Bush with commentary and primary sources. Columbia Univ Pr.
Ess, C. (2004). Critical Thinking and the Bible in the Age of New Media. Dallas: University Press of America.
Fagan, J. A. (2006). Religious identity and its relevance in interpreting media portrayals of Muslims. Washington State University.
Fehler, B. (2003). Re-defining god: The rhetoric of reconciliation. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 33(1), 105–126.
Feltmate, D. S. (2010). Springfield‟ s Sacred Canopy: Religion and Humour in The Simpsons. University of Waterloo.
Ferjani, R. (2010). Religion and Television in the Arab World: Towards a Communication Studies Approach. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 3(1), 82–100.
Ferreri, F. (2004). Sports and the American sacred: What are the limits of civil religion?
Forsberg, G. F. (2005). Postman and the Judeo-Christian Worldview. Journal of Communication & Religion, 28(2), 252–285.
Fultz, D. D. (2010). Style Matters: Worship Preferences of University Students Regarding the use of Music and Technology. Bowling Green State University.
Gabor, J. J. (2010). Religion, Communication and Media. New Development in Religious Electronic Media. Otázky Žurnalistiky, (1–2), 72.
Garovich, L. A. (1994). Lest We Forget: Sacred and Secular Responses to Rock and Rap Concert Violence.
Glascock, J., Livesay, C. B., & Ruggiero, T. E. (2008). Religious involvement, audience demographics, and media bias. Journal of Media and Religion, 7(4), 256–270.
Golan, G. J., & Day, A. G. (2010). In God we trust: Religiosity as a predictor of perceptions of media trust, factuality, and privacy invasion. American Behavioral Scientist, 54(2), 120.
Golan, G., & Kiousis, S. (2010). Religion, media credibility, and support for democracy in the Arab world. Journal of Media and Religion, 9(2), 84–98.
Gozzi Jr, R. (2000). Jacques Ellul on technique, media, and the spirit. Atlantic Journal of Communication, 8(1), 79–90.
Gray, M. (2011). Sacred space and the natural world: the holy well and shrine of the Virgin Mary at Penrhys. European Review of History—Revue Européenne d’histoire, 18(02), 243–260.
Gribble, R. (2002). The other radio priest: James Gillis’s opposition to Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s foreign policy. Journal of Church and State, 44(3), 501–519.
Gross, Z. (2010). Promoting Interfaith Education Through ICT–A Case Study. International Handbook of Inter-Religious Education, 377–388.
Grossman, M. L. (2005). Mystery or history: the Dead Sea scrolls as pop phenomenon. Dead Sea Discoveries, 12(1), 68–86.
Gutiérrez Colorado, D. A. (2003). Desarrollo y prueba de un sistema multimedia educativo enfocado a cubrir los estilos individuales de aprendizaje del Modelo VARK.
Haywood, L. M. (2008). Sex, scandal and sermon in fourteenth-century Spain: Juan Ruiz’s Libro de Buen Amor. Palgrave Macmillan.
Healey, K. (2010). The role of prophetic critique in Clifford Christians’s philosophy of technology. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 25(2, April/June), 121–138.
Hemming, P. J., & Madge, N. (2011). Researching children, youth and religion: Identity, complexity and agency. Childhood.