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Media Power and Religions:
The Challenge Facing Intercultural Dialogue and Learning

 
former World Conference on Religion and Peace
vormals Weltkonferenz der Religionen für den Frieden

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Peace Education Standing Commission c/o Prof. (em.)  Dr. Johannes Lähnemann, Lehrstuhl Evangelische Religionspädagogik der Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Regensburger Str. 160
D-90478 Nürnberg

Pirner, Manfred L. / Lähnemann, Johannes (eds.) (2013): Media Power and Religions: The Challenge Facing Intercultural Dialogue and Learning. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang International; EAN: 9783653029215.


Table of Contents (5-6) (pdf)

Manfred L. Pirner / Johannes Lähnemann
Introduction (7-14)
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SECTION 1: Analyses
Heiner Bielefeldt
Interrelated human rights: the freedom of religion and belief, and the freedom of opinion and expression (15-26)
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Matthias Rohe
Media legislation in Islamic countries (27-38)

Daniel Meier
Looking for the positive: Islam in the media (39-50)

Peter Philipp
Anti-Semitism and Middle Eastern Media (51-64)

Martin Weingardt
The presence of religious peace initiatives in the media (65-72)
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Norman Richardson
Media and Religious Conflict – Experiences from Northern Ireland (73-86)


SECTION 2: Theological, ethical and educational perspectives
Jonathan Magonet
The Jewish prohibition of images and modern media culture (87-96)

Saeid Edalatnejad
Pictures, symbols and the media: an Islamic Perspective (97-106)

Johanna Haberer
Media ethics as part of a public theology – a Protestant perspective (107-116)

Horst Niesyto
Intercultural education and the media – an educational perspective (117-126)
(pdf)

Manfred L. Pirner
Media culture and interreligious learning – a religious education Perspective (127-140)
(pdf)

Daniel Meier / Peter Philipp
Religion in Journalism: A Proposal for Standards (141-146)

Johannes Lähnemann
Interreligious Textbook Research and Development: A Proposal for Standards (147-160)
[Please also take note of:]
Johannes Lähnemann: Interreligions Textbook Research and Development: A Proposal for Standards
(pdf)