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Religious television: The American experience (Communication and human values) ePub download

by Peter G Horsfield

  • Author: Peter G Horsfield
  • ISBN: 0582284325
  • ISBN13: 978-0582284326
  • ePub: 1745 kb | FB2: 1120 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Protestantism
  • Publisher: Longman (1984)
  • Pages: 197
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Religious television: The American experience (Communication and human values) ePub download

We value your privacy. The beliefs, religious rules, and behaviours can be taken on in their entirety from the religious attachment figure or an authority.

We value your privacy. The flow of information by means of communication is not subject to any physiological regulations, as new combination of the information material adhering to mathematically verifiable regularities does not take place! The beliefs, religious rules, and behaviours can be taken on in their entirety from the religious attachment figure or an authority. In the course of communication they can be transformed several times and adapt to the respective, contemporaneous conditions.

Religious Television book. television: The American experience (Communication and human values). Horsfield believes TV is now setting the agenda for the churches, their missions, and their presentation of the message. Religious television: The American experience (Communication and human values). 0582284325 (ISBN13: 9780582284326).

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The American Christian Television System launched on May 15, 1984, and was dedicated in. a b Horsfield, Peter G. (1984). Religious Television The American Experience. Communication and Human Values.

The American Christian Television System launched on May 15, 1984, and was dedicated in June at the Southern Baptist Convention. By that time, the network had been granted 75 LPTV station licenses. At launch, ACTS consisted of two channels, ACTS and the Baptist Telecommunications Network (BTN).

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Religious Television : The Experience in America. by Peter G Horsfield. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780582284326. Release Date:January 1984.

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