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Understanding Religion and Popular Culture: Theories, Themes, Products and Practices Paperback – April 19, 2012
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"This volume is a particularly useful and worthwhile addition to the growing literature examining the intersection of religion and popular culture. Accessible for the beginner yet insightful for the veteran, it's a good read to boot!" - Eric Michael Mazur, Virginia Wesleyan College, USA
"As we move further into the new century, it becomes ever more important to understand how religions are changing. This book gives valuable insights into the ways that religions are today remade through popular media." - Stewart M. Hoover, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
About the Author
Terry Ray Clark is Assistant Professor of Religion at Georgetown College, USA.
Dan Clanton, Jr. is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Doane College, USA.
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