Communication

Mediated Communication Theory

By Robert S. Fortner

This 64 page document is concerned with "mass communication theory," resulting in attention to both technology and audience size.This term emphasizes communication theory that reaches large, unrelated and separated ...

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Moral Context of Radio

By Robert S. Fortner

The industrial revolution began in England 1775. Within 75 years severe criticism about its impacts on people and cities had developed. Also, the middle and upper classes expected that culture ...

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Religion & Media in the United States

By Robert S. Fortner

Every new media development in the United States has attracted interest within religious circles. In the earliest days of the Republic, there were many newspapers and magazines published that purported ...

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Digital Media as Cultural Metaphor

By Robert S. Fortner

Perhaps the main difficulty we have in discussing new paradigms is the necessity to jettison the old ones. There are two main reasons for this. First, in order to recognize ...

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International Aspects of the Evangelical Impulse

By Robert S. Fortner

The Pentecostal tradition of Christianity got its start in Uganda in the 1970s when people within the dominant Anglican tradition of the Church of Uganda became frustrated with the church ...

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