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245 00 New media and religious transformations in Africa /
       |cedited by Rosalind I.J. Hackett and Benjamin F. Soares ;
       foreword by Francis B. Nyamnjoh. 
264  1 Bloomington ;|aIndianapolis :|bIndiana University Press,
       |c[2015] 
264  4 |c©2015 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 316 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tIntroduction: New media and religious transformations in
       Africa /|rRosalind I.J. Hackett and Benjamin F. Soares --
       |gPart 1. "Old" media: print and radio --|tA history of 
       Sauti ya Mvita ("Voice of Mombasa"): radio, public culture,
       and Islam in coastal Kenya, 1947-1966 /|rJames R. Brennan 
       --|tBetween standardization and pluralism: the Islamic 
       printing market and its social spaces in Bamako, Mali /
       |rFrancesco Zappa --|tBinary Islam: media and religious 
       movements in Nigeria /|rBrian Larkin --|tMuslim community 
       radio stations: constructing and shaping identities in a 
       democratic South Africa /|rMuhammed Haron --|gPart 2. New 
       media and media worlds --|tMediating transcendence: 
       popular film, visuality, and religious experience in West 
       Africa /|rJohannes Merz --|tThe heart of man: 
       Pentecostalist emotive style in and beyond Kinshasa's 
       media world /|rKatrien Pype --|tIslamic communication and 
       mass media in Cameroon /|rHamadou Adama --|t"We are on the
       Internet": contemporary Pentecostalism in Africa and the 
       new culture of online religion /|rJ. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu
       --|tConveying Islam: Arab Islamic satellite channels as 
       new players /|rEhab Galal --|tReligious discourse in the 
       new media: a case study of Pentecostal discourse 
       communities of SMS users in south-western Nigeria /
       |r[ayn]Rotimi Taiwo --|gPart 3. Arenas of exchange, 
       competition, and conflict --|tMedia Afrikania: styles and 
       strategies of representing "Afrikan traditional religion" 
       in Ghana /|rMarleen de Witte --|tEnwele Jesu: gospel music
       and religious publics in Nigeria /|rVicki L. Brennan --
       |tManaging miracles: ambiguities in the regulation of 
       religious broadcasting in Nigeria /|rAsonzeh Ukah --
       |tLiving across digital landscapes: Muslims, Orthodox 
       Christians, and an Indian guru in Ethiopia /|rSamson A. 
       Bezabeh --|tZulu dreamscapes: senses, media, and 
       authentication in contemporary neo-Shamanism /|rDavid 
       Chidester. 
520    New Media and Religious Transformations in Africa casts a 
       critical look at Africa's rapidly evolving religious media
       scene. Following political liberalization, media 
       deregulation, and the proliferation of new media 
       technologies, many African religious leaders and activists
       have appropriated such media to strengthen and expand 
       their communities and gain public recognition. Media have 
       also been used to marginalize and restrict the activities 
       of other groups, which has sometimes led to tension, 
       conflict, and even violence. Showing how media are rarely 
       neutral vehicles of expression, the contribut. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
       Collection - North America 
648  7 2000-2099|2fast 
650  0 Mass media in religion|zAfrica. 
650  0 Social media|xReligious aspects. 
650  0 Social media|zAfrica. 
651  0 Africa|xReligion|y21st century. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Hackett, Rosalind I. J.,|eeditor. 
700 1  Soares, Benjamin F.,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tNew media and religious transformations 
       in Africa.|dBloomington ; Indianapolis : Indiana 
       University Press, [2015]|z9780253015198|w(DLC)  2014021491
       |w(OCoLC)880960109 
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