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  • Narrar a Deus: a religião como meio de comunicação.
    Pace, Enzo (2009)
    Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais 24/70: 9-15.

    Associated Search Terms: Communication
  • Seeing Invisible Religion: Religion as a Societal Conversation about Transcendent Meaning.
    Besecke, Kelly (2005)
    Sociological Theory 23:2: 179-196.

    Sees religion as communication about the transcendent rather than an institution.

    Associated Search Terms: Communication; Participation; Individualism; Invisible religion; Transcendence
  • Rational Enchantment: Transcendent Meaning in the Modern World.
    Besecke, Kelly (2002)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Wisconsin.

    Associated Search Terms: Communication; Individualism; Participation; Invisible religion; Transcendence
  • Wandlungen der Institution Telefonseelsorge--religionssoziologische Überlegungen.
    Steinkamp, Hermann (1995)
    Wege zum Menschen 47:4: 190-200.

    Associated Search Terms: Media; Communication; Change; Individualism
  • Relational Communication Competence in High and Low Christian Religious Commitment: A Research Note.
    Ragsdale, J.D. (1994)
    Review of Religious Research 35:3: 268-274.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from southern university students; correlates religiosity with self-disclosure variables.

    Associated Search Terms: Students, undergraduate; Religiosity; Communication
  • Le témoignage chez les Alcooliques Anonymes: une pratique communicationnelle religieuse.
    Nadeau, Jean-Guy (1994)
    Studies in Religion/Sciences religieuses 23:4: 469-484.

    Based on observation in 2 groups in Montréal; employs communications theory.

    Associated Search Terms: Alcoholics Anonymous; Testimonial; Participant observation; Communication; Hermeneutic; Canada, Quebec, Montreal
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