Gods on the move: The mediatisation of Vodou

@article{Boutros2011GodsOT,
  title={Gods on the move: The mediatisation of Vodou},
  author={Alexandra Boutros},
  journal={Culture and Religion},
  year={2011},
  volume={12},
  pages={185 - 201}
}
  • A. Boutros
  • Published 1 June 2011
  • Political Science, Art
  • Culture and Religion
Recently, mediatisation has emerged as a theory seeking to account for the seemingly pervasive influence of media on social, cultural and religious practices and institutions. Mediatisation theory, as proposed by Stig Hjarvard, suggests that mediatisation is a modern Western process whereby the media usurps social activities once the domain of institutional religion. Such a theory, focusing on changes that media brings to institutional religions with a visible presence in the public sphere of… 
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