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[Commlist] Church, Communication and Culture Volume 5 Issue 1 published

Mon Mar 09 21:22:36 GMT 2020

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 Issue 5.1


- Rebuilding trust
by The Editorial Team

Communication Highlights:

- Church communication highlights 2019
by Antonio Olivié and Javier Martínez-Brocal


- Rome in the historical imagination of G. K. Chesterton’s Everlasting Man
by Susan Hanssen

- How the theory of information and journalism ethics contributes to the ethics of public relations: six principles from the dialogue between codes of ethics and Luka Brajnović’s legacy
by Matilda Kolić Stanić

- G.K. Chesterton’s Manalive: narrative, grace and humanity
by Giulio Maspero

- The human body as a problem in post-modern culture
by Maria Teresa Russo

Case study:

- Uso del storytelling cinematográfico en la comunicación de la beatificación de Guadalupe Ortiz de Landázuri
by Ana Sánchez de la Nieta and Mónica Herrero


- Colloquy with Emily Bell at Columbia University on digital platforms, journalism, and society
by Alexandre Gonçalves and Daniel Arasa

Book Reviews:

- Clifford G. Christians's media ethics theory of global justice (Media Ethics and Global Justice in the Digital Age) (Clifford G. Christians)
by Robert Cortes

- Opening up digital players' black boxes (The Black Box Society: the Secret Algorithms that Control Money and Information) (Frank Pasquale)
by Kevin de Souza

Is this the end of privacy? Snowden and the power of conscience (Permanent Record) (Edward Snowden)
by Jordi Pujol

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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