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[Commlist] Church, Communication and Culture Volume 4 Issue 1 published

Thu May 16 21:43:01 GMT 2019

Church, Communication and Culture Volume 4 Issue 1 published online

The latest issue of Church, Communication & Culture, the academic review of the School of Communications at the Pontifical University of Santa Croce, is online. The journal, in open-access, is dedicated to deepening understanding at the intersection of the three areas mentioned in its name. All previous volumes can be found here:

Contents of latest issue:
- Freedom of speech, dialogue and respect - by the Editorial Team

- Church communication highlights 2018 - by María-Paz López
- Freedom of expression in the digital age: a historian’s perspective - by Richard R. John

- Bioethics in the news: the values at stake. Why are conservative values so difficult to communicate in the public square and progressive values so easy? - by Margaret Somerville

- Los medios, los papas y la comunicación del Vaticano entre Benedicto XVI y Francisco (2007–2017) - by Francisco Javier Pérez-Latre
Case Report:
- Broadcasting live the visit of Pope Francis to Chile - by Alejandro C. Reid
- Colloquy with John Durham Peters at Yale University on freedom of speech
by Jordi Pujol
Book Reviews:
- Management suggestions for the church (Everyone Leads: How to Revitalize the Catholic Church) (Chris Lowney) - by Roberto Dandi

- Globalization, climate protection and the need for a cultural revolution (Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime [Ou atterrir? Comment s’orienter en politique]) (Bruno Latour) - by Alberto Gil

- Anthropological concerns regarding digital technologies (Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping us Hooked) (Adam Alter) - by Cristian Mendoza Ovando

- Returning to the experts to find a cure for democracy (The Death of Expertise: the Campaign against Established Knowledge and Why it Matters) (Tom Nichols) - by Giovanni Tridente

For more information and instructions on how to submit a paper, please see here:
Or email the Editor, Daniel Arasa, at (ccc /at/ <mailto:(ccc /at/>
There is an APC, which may be waived on request, at the Editor's discretion.

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