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Communicatio socialis: challenge of theology and ministry in the Church. Festschrift for Franz-Josef Eilers
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2007
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Kassel
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249 p.
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bibliogr. p.243-245
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"The term Social Communication (lat. Communicatio Socialis) was coined at the Second Vatican Council. The decree Inter Mirifica (1963) uses this expression to point to the communication processes of and in human society beyond technical means. According to this Festschrift marking the 75th birthday of Franz-Josef Eilers SVD, Social Communication has been his lifelong Leitmotif. Eilers has been one of the most prominent writers on Church and intercultural communication. He founded and for many years edited the scholarly quarterly Communicatio Socialis, and he served as collaborator and director of CAMECO and the Office for Social Communication of the Federation of Asian Bishops' Conferences. 15 international communication experts, from Catholic as well as ecumenical viewpoints, contributed to this book. The articles cover a broad range of issues, from practical experiences ('Radio Broadcasting in the Brazilian Amazon') to trend reports ('The rediscovery of religion by journalists in the Netherlands') and theological reflections ('The concept of dialogue and its ethical implications')." (CAMECO Update 2-2008)
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