The Shifting Terms of Religious Authority in North Atlantic Politics and Culture

Authors

  • Stewart M. Hoover

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46586/er.11.2020.9278

Keywords:

Religion, politics, media, nationalism

Abstract

Religion continues to evolve on both sides of the North Atlantic. In both contexts, traditional ways of understanding religion are confronted by new realities. The emerging and growing influence of modern media and media institutions are important causes of these changes. It is no longer possible to think of ‘religion’ and ‘secular’ as separate categories when ‘secular’ media increasingly define and deploy religious images, interests, and networks, displacing the influence of traditional authorities. The role of media in these trends is especially obvious in relation the emerging politics of populism, nationalism, and retrenchment. The media operate in a number of registers in these relations, including their textual, institutional, and practical dimensions.

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Published

2021-11-03

How to Cite

The Shifting Terms of Religious Authority in North Atlantic Politics and Culture. (2021). Entangled Religions, 11(3). https://doi.org/10.46586/er.11.2020.9278

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