Religious Television: Controversies and Conclusions
Robert Abelman, Stewart M. Hoover
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 366 pages
This volume addresses the various and highly topical controversies surrounding religious television by examining its history, structure, content, viewship, and social impact. It represents a compilation of original essays written by the world's leading scholars, regulators, authorities, and watchdogs of religious television. Each controversy is addressed from a wide range of perspectives. The result is a most interesting exchange of ideas and ideologies: the presentation of empirical data, theology and learned opinion, and an assortment of insightful conclusions.