Journal of Communication & Religion
Volume 23, 2000

 
CONTENTS
 
Casey Michael W. The first female public speakers in America (1630-1840): Searching for Egalitarian Christian Primitivism. 1-28
 
  Overlooked female exhorters and preachers established a two-hundred-year-old tradition of female oratory before the ninteenth-century secular reformers emerged 
 
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public speaking
history
rhetoric
memory
religion
gender
language
 
 
Jablonski Carol J. Dorothy Day's contested legacy: "Humble irony" as a constraint on memory. 29-49
 
  Dorothy Day's unusual combination of orthodox piety and radical politics complicates the collective memory of her in the Catholic community 
 
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memory
religion
semiotic theory
humor
metaphor
 
 
Schultz Bradley E. The effects of digital environments on religious television stations. 50-71
 
  This study sought to investigate the effects of the government mandated transfer from analog to digital broadcasting, as it pertains to religious television stations 
 
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methodology
politics and government
broadcasting and media
religion
television
economics
 
 
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